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Yellowstone National Park in the northwestern part of Wyoming was founded in 1872. This is the first national park in the world, famous for its geothermal landscape and geysers, including the strikingly punctual “old warrior”.
Yellowstone National Park is a biosphere reserve and, thanks to its unique topography, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most of the park is located in Wyoming, issuing in the neighboring states of Montana and Idaho. Continue reading
Moravsky Kras, or Karst, as it is also called, is a cave system in the Czech Republic with a total length of about 25 km, one of the largest in Europe. The natural complex is located in the eastern part of the country, north of Brno, near the town of Blansko. In total, there are more than 1,100 caves in the Moravian beauty, but only 5 of them are accessible to tourists. In fact, this is quite a lot: it takes at least two days to fully become acquainted with the halls and corridors open to the public. Continue reading
The Pantanal is a vast wetland in South America, located in the Brazilian states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, as well as neighboring countries – Paraguay and Bolivia. The total area is about 195,000 square kilometers, which makes this region the largest tropical nature reserve in the world. Here you can observe the rarest species of animals, birds, reptiles and plants. Most of the marshes are located around the Paraguay River, as well as its tributaries. The area got its name from the Portuguese word “pantano”, meaning “wet lowlands.” Continue reading