wonderland

[wuhn-der-land]
noun
1.
a land of wonders or marvels.
2.
a wonderful country or region: a wonderland of rare plants and flowers; a winter wonderland.

Origin:
1780–90; wonder + -land

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wonderland (ˈwʌndəˌlænd)
 
n
1.  an imaginary land of marvels or wonders
2.  an actual place or scene of great or strange beauty or wonder

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wonderland
"imaginary realm," 1790, from wonder + land (n.).
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Example sentences
It totally transformed the park into a wonderland of saffron color.
If you think business is humane, honest and ethical, you are living in wonderland.
The island's geographic isolation created a wonderland of biological richness.
For the night, the mall will be transformed into a glittering winter wonderland.
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