The world's most romantic destinations

Taj Mahal, India

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Where would you go to propose to your beloved? Surely, not the ice-cream parlour in the neighborhood mall! Paris, San Francisco, London, Vancouver, Granada -- these are among the most romantic destinations in the world. Let your heart lead you there!

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