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List of places called Venice of the East

This is a list of places which have been nicknamed Venice of the East

Bangladesh
Brunei
China
Federated States of Micronesia
India
Indonesia
Iraq
Japan
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam

See also

References

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