must-see

[muhst-see]
noun Informal.
something, as a remarkable sight or entertainment, that should be seen or attended: The new play is a must-see.
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The site has become one of the must-see sites for paleontologists and dinosaur fans.
Always a crowd pleaser, this site is considered a must-see even by locals.
The city is also home to three exciting, must-see art exhibits.
Park visitors usually make the cemetery a must-see stopping point during their visit.
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