Facts about the great wall of China
The great wall of China is one of the most grandiose sights in the world. The largest separation wall in the world by length, an impressive example of ancient defensive…

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Hobbiton
How it all started New Zealand, in particular, the North Island is famous for its rich and unique nature: lush vegetation and pastoral landscapes are almost not spoiled by modern…

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Tulip fields: catch the moment!
I also visited the Tulip fields today. I went without preparation. I decided that I would take a course for Hillegom, but I would sort it out on the spot.…

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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Glowing beach

The luminous beach or Sea of Stars is located on the coast of Vaadhoo island in RAA Atoll, Maldives. The glow is explained by the bioluminescence of plankton-chemical processes in its body, in which the released energy is released in the form of light. Luminous single-celled dinoflagellates start their illumination from movement in the water column: an electric impulse that occurs as a result of a mechanical stimulus opens ion channels, whose operation triggers a bioluminescent reaction. Dinoflagellates are marine protozoa that make up a significant part of organisms that live in the water column or on the surface. Continue reading

Park Hitachi-Seaside

Park Hitachi-Seaside (Hitachi Seaside Park) Hitachinaka, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Hitachi Seaside Park is a national seaside Park located in the city of Hitatinaka (Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan). The Park was founded in 1991 on the site of a former American military base and currently occupies 120 hectares. it is a great place for the whole family to relax – in addition to contemplating the most beautiful landscapes, you can swim in the pool, have fun in the Luna Park and chat with animals in the zoo. Continue reading

Han Son dung (Son Doong) (mountain river Cave)

Over the past year, twenty new caves have been opened in Vietnam, including the giant Han Son dung cave, or hang Sondong (the name can be translated as “mountain river Cave”). In fact, the local tribes that live in the jungle have long known about this cave, but they were afraid of it because of the whistling sounds that make the underground river flowing in this cave. The world community only became aware of this natural wonder in 2009, when a group of British researchers from the British Association of cave explorers (BCRA) examined this cave. The research was conducted from 10 to 14 April 2009. Continue reading

Cappadocia
At first you feel like you are on another planet, and then-that this sky, these rocks, wonderful flowers and vineyards someone just photoshopped, added clarity and increased brightness. You look…

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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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Antelope canyon
Antelope canyon (Antelope Canyon)in the state of Arizona, we dreamed of seeing Antelope Canyon (Antelope Canyon) in the state of Arizona, USA, long before our trip to the States, so…

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Victoria Falls, Zambia-Zimbabwe
"Victoria" is one of the outstanding attractions in Africa and one of the most unusual waterfalls in the world. It is created by the Zambezi river, plunging sharply into a…

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