Lapland Reserve
The Lapland nature reserve is located in the west of the Kola Peninsula, on the shores of Lake Imandra. Here, in the mountain ranges of Monchetundra and Chunatundra, one of…

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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…

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Interesting sights of the USA
The growth in the number of Russian tourists in the United States has reached 20% in six months and continues to grow. Lightweight visa regime, an increased number of flights…

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Slovak Karst

Slovak Karst is a picturesque mountain range in Eastern Slovakia, which is famous for its unique forms of karst topography, beautiful canyons and clear mountain rivers. The natural territory began to be protected in 1973, and in 2002, a national park was created here that has the status of a biosphere reserve. Since the mid-1990s, karst caves are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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The local mountains are composed of limestones and dolomites and consist of spacious karst plateaus and valleys. The highest point of the Slovak Karst rises almost 1000 meters above sea level. Continue reading

Natural Park Gorbea

The Gorbea Natural Park is spread in the northern part of Spain between the provinces of Biscay and Alava in an area of ​​200 km². It is fed by short, but deep-water rivers: Arrativa, Zeberio, Arnuri, Altuba. This area is an autonomous community called the Basque Country. Gorbea Forest is called mysterious and mystical because of thick fog that envelops moss-covered centuries-old oaks, caves and ruins of ancient structures. Here, directors working in the fantasy genre find inspiration: if you gaze into the mist for a long time, it begins to seem as though elves, hobbits and other fairy-tale characters hid in the woods between the trees. Continue reading

Talovskie Bowls

Talovskiye bowls are mineral springs rounded in shape, formed more than 10 thousand years ago in the territory of the Tomsk Region. The water in them is surrounded by travertine walls and is saturated with salts of calcium, potassium, manganese, sodium, carbon dioxide and radon. The name of the picturesque springs got a small village Talovka, which was once located near this place.

Talovsky bowls have the status of a state natural monument. Around them is prohibited any construction, logging and making fires. Continue reading

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Paracas
Paracas is the only marine reserve in Peru. Most of it is occupied by water spaces. Created in 1975, Paracas is famous for its unique fauna and above all significant…

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Slovak Karst
Slovak Karst is a picturesque mountain range in Eastern Slovakia, which is famous for its unique forms of karst topography, beautiful canyons and clear mountain rivers. The natural territory began…

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Jiuzhaigou Valley
Jiuzhaigou Valley is an unusually beautiful place on the eastern edge of the Tibetan Plateau. Nature has done authentic miracles from water and limestone, algae and bacteria, has decorated its…

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Sharm el-Sheikh - a paradise of Egypt
Going on a trip to Egypt, be sure to visit the very beautiful and picturesque city of Sharm el-Sheikh. And why is he so good for a tourist? Sharm el-Sheikh…

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