Amman Jordan

Amman Jordan Palm Square Downtown
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Amman Jordan is the capital of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, established in 1946. The city is located 35 km north-east of the Dead Sea, 110 km east of the Mediterranean Sea and 65 km to the east of Jerusalem. Rabbath-Ammon was named in 600 b.c., the city changed a lot of names, passing from hand to hand on to Lagidov Seletsidam. Amman was rebuilt by Ptolemy II, who called it Philadelphia, which became one […]

Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park Gulf
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The most remote US national park Dry Tortugas Park is located on the ridge of the last islands of the Florida Keys 70 miles west of Key West. The park occupies a huge area, which is mainly designed to save thousands of species of birds inhabiting the islands or staying on the islands during the annual migrations. That is why about 90% of the Dry Tortugas are always closed to the public. Only one small […]

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park Map
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Kaziranga National Park is located in Assam, at the junction of the Indian subcontinent and Indochina. Kaziranga National Park covers an area of 430 square kilometers and is located on the south bank of the Brahmaputra – one of the most high-water and pristine rivers of Asia. The park was founded in 1905 and belongs to the few parts of India, where there are still wild nature. One of the most notable in the park […]

Monterosso

Monterosso Cinque Terre
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Rare beautiful corner of Italy, Cinque Terre National Park is place, from which all tourists start to explore Monterosso al Mare, as a rule. Firstly, it is the closest relative to the gene that is here easily and quickly accessible (in addition there is parking – the only one in the whole nature reserve). Secondly, there is a large sandy beach, and on a hot July afternoon tea, believe me, this is important. Still, Monterosso […]

Monte Roraima

Jacuzzis do Monte Roraima
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Monte Roraima is located on the border of three independent states: Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana. It is the most famous, as well as the highest mesa in Venezuela, it reaches a height of 2810 meters. The total surface area of its plateau is about 30 km². This place is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is an integral part of the National Park Canaima. Local Indian tribes believe that Monte Roraima is a […]

Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake at Night
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Moraine Lake was founded in 1899 by Walter Wilcox, it’s he who gave its name to it. Later, Walter traveled down memory line when he was able to spend time in the pond and admire its ethereal beauty, he said that that half of hour was the most valuable and happy in his life, and he would never forget those moments. To date Lake Moraine is included in the list of the most beautiful waters […]

Canyonlands National Park

Natural Wonder Canyonlands National Park
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Canyonlands National Park, the second largest in the state of Utah, has hundreds of colorful canyons, hills, arches, spires and hoodoos (tall thin pointed geological formations, towering above the arid basins). The central part of the park consists of two large canyons carved into layers of sedimentary rocks rivers Green and Colorado. Park infrastructure is largely different from other US national parks. The roads are mostly unpaved, camping has no running water, and hiking trails […]

Crater Lake National Park

Rainbow at Crater Lake National Park
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Crater Lake is truly the deepest US Lake. Stunning deep blue water washes a small piece of land – Witching Island. The lake is completely circular in shape, and takes resulting from the volcanic eruption 7,700 years ago caldera. The volcano that formed the lake is named Mount Mazama itself very affected by the eruption. Thermal activity occurring at the bottom of the lake, still gives the right to consider a volcano active. The average […]

Suspension Bridge

Cliffwalk Suspension Bridge
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In Japan there is a unique suspension bridge called Akashi Kaikyo as it crosses the Akashi Strait. However, it is known by another name, very organic and well-aimed – Pearl Bridge. It is the longest suspension bridge in the world. Structures like bridges traditionally include steel cables. Therefore, at the Pearl Bridge there are so many such cables that their total length of the seven times enough to encircle the planet. Pearl Bridge was built […]

Inca Trail

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
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Inca Empire during its existence has built a system of more than 40 000 kilometers of roads connecting the remote ends of the vast empire, from the north of Quito (Ecuador) to the south of Santiago (Chile) and east to Mendoza (Argentina). Cusco was the center of this great empire. Almost all the major roads in the mountains around Cuzco were built or improved by the Incas. However, the greatest fame a beautiful 43 kilometer […]