PASSIFLORA - FLOWER OF PASSION
This unusual flower with its exotic beauty was among the first flowers from the New World, which turned out to be in the gardens of Europe. Deep symbolism of the…

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Ecological tourism on Baikal
Taiga ... Steppes ... Crystal clear rivers ... All these natural beauties are able to attract tourists for a whole year. It is impossible to call a trip on Lake…

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Marble Falls and the "green heart" of Italy
In Umbria, in the so-called “green heart” of Italy, not far from the city of Terni and at the confluence of two rivers, the Nera and Velino, is one of…

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Kurgaldzhinsky reserve

Kurgaldzhinsky reserve – a picturesque nature conservation area in Central Kazakhstan. Extensive wetlands are habitats of curly and pink pelican, common flamingo, Savca and other rare birds. The history of the reserve began in 1968, and 50 years later, he and some other natural territories of Kazakhstan were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The reserved lands occupy the south-west of the Tengiz-Kurgaldzhinsky depression and have an area of ​​5432 m². On them stretched the bitter-salty drainless lake Tengiz, flowing fresh-water lake Korgalzhyn, other lakes and extended marshes. Continue reading

Bogdinsko-Baskunchaksky Reserve

The Bogdinsko-Baskunchaksky Reserve is a natural area 50 km east of the Akhtuba River, created to preserve the intact semi-desert areas of the Astrakhan Region. The reserve is located in Akhtubinsky district and is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Through the territory of the Bogdinsko-Baskunchaksky Reserve, migrations of birds from the north of Siberia to wintering sites occur. Most of the near-water and waterfowl birds stop in the valley of the river Bitter, where the highly mineralized water flows. The reserve includes the Big Bogda mountain and the salty lake Baskunchak, from which about 80% of all salt is mined in Russia. Continue reading

Lake District

The Lake District is a nature reserve in the North-West of England, founded in 1951. The Lake District is located between the borders of Scotland, Northumberland, Durham, North Yorkshire and Lancashire. For many centuries, tourists have been attracted by a beautiful landscape: mountains, valleys, lakes and waterfalls. In the Victorian era, the area became very popular as a resort area, and the current status of the national park ensures environmental protection. Continue reading

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Altai State Natural Biosphere Reserve
The Altai Reserve was founded in 1932, modern borders are designated in 1968. It is located in the Chulyshman river basin and is included in the ten largest reserves of…

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Zhiguli State Biosphere Reserve
In the Samara region, on the Samara Luka (in the bend of the Volga river), between the Kuibyshev and Saratov reservoirs, the state natural Zhiguli reserve is located. The Zhiguli…

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Ecological tourism or outdoor activities in the mountains of Altai
Altai has always been considered one of the most mysterious and mysterious places on the territory of Russia. Here, almost every stone and even a relatively nondescript river can have…

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Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti National Park was created in 1951 as a nature reserve occupying a vast territory in Northern Tanzania (14,763 km²). In the Masai language, the Serengeti means "Endless Plains".…

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