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HOUSTON, TEXAS is #7 in The WORLD :: New York Times

The New York Times has listed the multicultural city of HOUSTON, TX as the #7 place to visit in the World.

Houston Texas, Favorite City

[adrotate group=”2″] According to the write up by: Ingrid K. Williams: “Houston is probably best known as the Texan center for energy and industry, but it’s making a bid to be the state’s cultural and culinary capital as well. The Houston Museum District is a formidable coterie of institutions that includes the Rothko Chapel, the Museum of African American Culture, which made its debut last February; and the Asia Society Texas Center, which opened in a stunning Yoshio Taniguchi-designed building in April. And last summer, the Houston Museum of Natural Science opened a 30,000-square-foot hall of paleontology in a new $85 million wing. Meanwhile, the city’s dining scene is also heating up, with three of the city’s newest restaurants — Oxheart, Underbelly and Uchi — placing on national best-new-restaurant lists.”

Houston Museum of Natural Science - Texas - New York Times

Photographer: Scott Dalton for the New York Times

New York Times Top 15 Places

  1. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  2. Marsielle, France
  3. Nicaragua
  4. Accra, Ghana
  5. Bhutan
  6. Amsterdam
  7. Houston, TX
  8. Rossland, Brtish Columbia
  9. New Dehli, India
  10. Instanbul, Turkey
  11. Singapore
  12. Montenegro
  13. White Salmon River, Washington
  14. Hvar, Croatia
  15. Mongolia

More: 46 Places to Go in 2013

Read the Full New York Times Article for more info about cities and places to go in 2013 on the New York Times website

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