There are beautiful places all over (of) my hometown of Tehran

Sarah-Betty

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Are these sentences correct?

There are beautiful places all over (of) my hometown of Tehran, and they attract many visitors.

There are beautiful places all over (of) my hometown, Tehran, and they attract many visitors.
 

Tarheel

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Yes, without the "(of)" in either one.
 
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