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The Wondrous Victoria Falls: The Smoke That Thunders

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The Wondrous Victoria Falls: The Smoke That Thunders

Victoria Falls was declared by UNESCO as the largest sheet of falling water on Earth. Over a breadth of 1,708 meters (5,604 feet), up to 500 million liters of water descend from a height between 61 and 98 meters (200 and 822 feet) over a time span of just one minute. The sheer force of the continuous flow of water acting upon the hard basalt rock over several million years has eroded eight distinc
Nature's Beauty
2021-08-07   542 Views
Nature's Beauty
2021-08-07

Mother Nature's Stunning Jewels – Band-e-Amir National Park

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Mother Nature's Stunning Jewels – Band-e-Amir National Park

A place of exceptional beauty, Band-e-Amir National Park lies at an altitude of approximately 3,000 meters above sea level in the Hindu Kush mountains. The park is situated in Bamiyan Province of central Afghanistan, which is also famous for its giant Buddha statues and archaeological remains of the Bamiyan Valley. At Band-e-Amir National Park, the flow of the Balkh River is delightfully interrupt
Nature's Beauty
2021-09-25   268 Views
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2021-09-25

Discover Australia’s Paradise: Lord Howe Island

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Discover Australia’s Paradise: Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island is a relatively small Pacific island of just 14.55 square kilometers (5.6 square miles), with 75 percent of its terrestrial area inscribed as a Permanent Park Preserve under the UNESCO World Heritage Convention of 1982. Today, the island has a small permanent human population of about 360 people. Mother Nature’s hand has sculpted the spectacular Ball’s Pyramid, situated 23 kilomet
Nature's Beauty
2021-08-01   758 Views
Nature's Beauty
2021-08-01

The Azure Marine Wonders of Palau

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The Azure Marine Wonders of Palau

A nation of approximately 340 islands, Palau, locally called Belau, lies in the Micronesia region of the Western Pacific Ocean, halfway between Australia and Japan. Angaur, Babeldaob, Koror, and Peleliu islands are the most populous, with about two-thirds of the population living on Koror Island. Ngerulmud, the capital city, is on Babeldaob Island. Most of the population are ethnic Palauans, a mix
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2021-08-14   325 Views
Nature's Beauty
2021-08-14
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