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    Norway <3
    Although I like all of Scandinavia tbh.
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    South Korea I hope?


    hahaha yes
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    Sri Lanka's a beautiful country:awesome:
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    There are so many amazing counties all over the world. So hard to pick one!
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    switzerland - pretty much a perfect country. a direct democracy~, not in the EU, gun rights, prosperity, etc
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    Germany, for many reasons. I'd love to live in the Black Forest one day.
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    Germany
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    I'd also love to visit: Bulgaria, Romania, Austria, Italy and Russia; particularly north-west and north-east siberia and perhaps one day all the way to Kamchatka.

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    Francis.
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    Bangladesh <3
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    India,Canada,South Korea
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    Denmark and I would like to visit either Japan or Singapore one day!
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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    switzerland - pretty much a perfect country. a direct democracy~, not in the EU, gun rights, prosperity, etc
    Switzerland is nice. However, I visited Switzerland a couple a years ago just for a week, and I witnessed 2 incidences of racism. But that's just from my experience.
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    Switzerland is nice. However, I visited Switzerland a couple a years ago just for a week, and I witnessed 2 incidences of racism. But that's just from my experience.
    what was this racist incident?
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    Switzerland is nice. However, I visited Switzerland a couple a years ago just for a week, and I witnessed 2 incidences of racism. But that's just from my experience.
    I went to Geneva, Lucerne and Lausanne. They were generally friendly didn't really see any racism. Rural area?


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    I would love to have a Finnish passport and possibly live there. Also probably a swiss passport.
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    Russia :russia:
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    Mostly because I find the history really interesting.
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    (Original post by Nurne)
    I went to Geneva, Lucerne and Lausanne. They were generally friendly didn't really see any racism. Rural area?


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    I went to Sion and Geneva. In Sion I saw someone randomly shoulder barge a black guy as he was walking down the street. He then said something racist(didn't catch all of it) after that.
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    Russia :russia:
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    Mostly because I find the history really interesting.
    I admire Russia, one of the few countries left that has remained true to its values and still applies common sense instead of being crippled by political correctness.
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    Afroca isa great cuntry
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