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10 Most Famous Natural Landmarks In South America

Natural Landmarks In South America

We comprised a list of the 10 most famous and must-see natural landmarks in South America. These locations are spread all over the continent, each has it’s own characteristics and unique features that got it to the list, but they all have in common the natural beauty, amazing phenomenons, and breathtaking unforgettable views that will last...

10 Most Incredible Impact Craters

Impact Craters

An impact crater, also known as meteorite crater is a crater created by a collision of a meteorite with the Earth surface. The following is a list of 10 impressive impact craters that can be seen and recognized by the naked eye. Therefore, the list contains small craters, rather than huge crates which are tens or hundreds of kilometers in diameter...

10 Awesome Geographical Extreme Points

Geographical Extreme Points

We gathered together some interesting geographical locations with special significant. All the mentioned places are extreme points of either the entire Earth or a specific continent   1. Summit of Mount Everest, Nepal & China  The Everest is the highest mountain in the world, and the summit of the Everest is the highest land point of...

Best Places To Watch Lava

Best Places To Watch Lava

Watching Lava flows is probably a dream of many of you. To see the amazing powers of nature right in front of your eyes, substance that flows from within the earth to its surface – this is truly a remarkable sight. Of course, there aren’t that many places where this is possible, and getting close to a very active volcano is dangerous...

10 Most Unique Lakes In The World

Unique Lakes

1. Pink Lake (Lake Hillier), Australia  This salt lake in Western Australia has an incredible natural phenomena – the color of the water is pink. This unique color is caused by green alga and/or a high concentration of brine prawn. The color is not always pink, and depends on temperature, level of salinity, and light conditions   2...

10 Most Unique Local Phenomenons From Around The World

Unique Local Phenomenons

The following is a list of the world’s most unique local phenomenons – natural phenomenons that due to special circumstances only appear in very specific places on earth 1. The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan This crater has been on fire continuously since 1971! It is located in a natural gas field in Ahal Province, one of the largest gas...

10 Beautiful Nature Scenes To Start The Weekend With

Beautiful Nature

10 beautiful nature scenes from around the world, to start your weekend 1. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah   2. Part of Mount Fitz Roy, El Chalten, Argentina   3. Jokulsarlon, Vatnajokull National Park, Iceland   4. Kepler Track, South Island, New Zealand   5. Monument Valley, Arizona-Utah   6. Cliffs Of Moher, Ireland...

10 Most Beautiful Natural Arches In The World

Most Beautiful Natural Arches

A natural arch is commonly formed by erosion of soft rock by water. Often natural arches will appear near or on cliffs that are found by the sea or rivers (or where the sea or rivers used to be). Another way natural arches can be formed is erosion by wind. Whether they appear alone or in a group, near the water or in the middle of the desert...

10 Amazing Natural World Heritage Sites

World Heritage Sites

A site is referred to as a World Heritage Site when it is listed by the United Nations UNESCO organization as a special cultural or physical significance. As of 2014, there are 1007 heritage sites: 779 are cultural, 197 are natural and 31 are mixed properties. The following is a list of 10 natural heritage sites, which stand out for their beauty...

10 Largest Lakes In The World

Largest Lakes In The World

This is a list of the world’s largest lakes by area (you can also take a look at the world’s deepest lakes): 1. Caspian Sea – 371,000 km2 (143,000 sq mi). The Caspian Sea is often regarded as the largest lake in the world, but it contains an oceanic basin rather than being entirely over continental crust. This makes it an oceanic...

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