New Zealand: whale watching
There is such an expensive entertainment - Whale Watching, whale watching. There are several spots in America, South Africa, and Madagascar where people come from all over the world to…

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The great pyramids of Giza
Unlike the pyramids that stand alone in the desert, the pharaohs of the Ancient Kingdom built three tombs on the Giza plateau and created a real cemetery city with tombs,…

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Tunnel of love
Tunnel of love (Ukr. The tunnel of love) is a natural monument of local importance. It is located near the village of Klevan, in the Rivne district of the Rivne…

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St. John’s

St. John’s (eng. St. John’s, MFA: [seseɪntˈdʒɒnz]) is a city in Canada, the capital and largest city of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Population-106,172 people (2011) , with suburbs-about 200 thousand. It is the second most populated city on the Atlantic coast of Canada after Halifax.

The city has a monument to the Portuguese Navigator Gaspar Cortereal.

History
Legends say that this city got its name in honor of the baptized Jew from Italy, Giovanni Caboto (ital. Giovanni Caboto, CA. 1450, Genoa-1499), who became the first European to sail to the Harbor, on June 24, 1497 — the day of the feast of St. John the Baptist. Continue reading

St. John's
St. John's (eng. St. John's, MFA: [seseɪntˈdʒɒnz]) is a city in Canada, the capital and largest city of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Population-106,172 people (2011) , with suburbs-about…

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Marble caves in Chile
Marble caves in Chile: a place created by the invisible "breath" of nature One of the most beautiful places on our vast planet is located on the border of Chile…

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Lady Knox
Lady Knox (eng. Lady Knox Geyser) is a geyser located in the Wai-O-Tapu region, the Taupo volcanic zone of the North island of New Zealand. It is named after Lady…

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Fjords
Outwardly, the fjords resemble calm blue lakes, but the water in them is salty. In fact, these are long, narrow sea bays that cut deep into the land. On both…

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