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2. Central Park, Manhattan (38 million) (undated) (Credit: iStock)

2. Central Park, Manhattan (38 million)

(undated)

Top 10 most-visited tourist attractions in the world

The world's top 10 most-visited tourist attractions, according to a survey done by Travel+Leisure magazine. Annual visitors noted in parentheses

10. Grand Bazaar, Istanbul (15 million) Pictured: Visitors
(Credit: AP)

10. Grand Bazaar, Istanbul (15 million)

Pictured: Visitors stroll through the Ottoman era Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey. (Sept. 27, 2005)

9. Disneyland Park, Anaheim, Calif. (about 16 million)
(Credit: AP )

9. Disneyland Park, Anaheim, Calif. (about 16 million)

(June 10, 2010)

8. Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Orlando (about 17
(Credit: AP )

8. Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Orlando (about 17 million)

Pictured: Cinderella's Castle at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (Jan. 26, 2006)

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7. Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston (18 million) Pictured:
(Credit: AP )

7. Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston (18 million)

Pictured: Passers-by walk near an entrance to the Quincy Market shopping and restaurant area, in Boston. (Aug. 21, 2008)

6. Grand Central Terminal, Manhattan (21.6 million) Pictured:
(Credit: AP )

6. Grand Central Terminal, Manhattan (21.6 million)

Pictured: Pedestrians walk around Grand Central Terminal in New York. (June 24, 2011)

5. Niagara Falls (22.5 million) Pictured: Visitors on
(Credit: MCT)

5. Niagara Falls (22.5 million)

Pictured: Visitors on the United States side of Niagara Falls in New York watch the light show. (undated)

4. Las Vegas Strip (29.5 million) Pictured: The
(Credit: LVCVA)

4. Las Vegas Strip (29.5 million)

Pictured: The skyline of the strip at night in Las Vegas, Nevada. (2009)

3. Union Station, Washington, D.C. (37 million) Pictured:
(Credit: Capitol Region USA)

3. Union Station, Washington, D.C. (37 million)

Pictured: The renovated Union Station blocks away from the nation's Capitol in Washington, D.C. (Oct. 2008)

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2. Central Park, Manhattan (38 million) (undated)
(Credit: iStock)

2. Central Park, Manhattan (38 million)

(undated)

1. Times Square, Manhattan (39.2 million) Pictured: Confetti
(Credit: Getty Images)

1. Times Square, Manhattan (39.2 million)

Pictured: Confetti floats over Times Square after midnight during New York Eve's celebration in New York City. (Jan. 1, 2009)

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