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Where to go to vacations? Here we have described the most interesting places on our planet. Visiting them will make your vacation unforgettable.
The deepest canyon - Colca Canyon in Peru.
This canyon is 2 times deeper than the Grand Canyon in the U.S. and in contrast to the Grand Canyon it is suitable for living and farming. Canyon has several names - Lost Valley of the Incas, the Valley of Wonders, the Valley of Fire and the Eagle Territory.
The most windy place on Earth.
Observatory on Mount Washington. During the hurricane on April 12, 1934 wind speed of 231 miles per hour was instrumentally recorded.
Millau Viaduct - the highest bridge in the world.
This suspension bridge is located in the south of France and designed by engineer Michel Virlogo with the British architect Norman Foster. This is the highest bridge in the world - the maximum height of towers of the bridge is 343 meters, higher than the Eiffel Tower and only 38 meters less than the Empire State Building. The construction of the bridge took only three years - the bridge was opened on December 12, 2004
Most snowy place on Earth - Mount Baker, Washington.
The greatest amount of snow was recorded on Mount Baker in winter 1998 - 1999. On the hillside there were 29 meters of snow that broke the previous record of Mount Rainier in the same state, where in winter 1971-1972 there were 28.5 meters of snow.
The largest natural construction on earth.
Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the largest natural construction of Earth. It extends 2,300 km along the northeast coast of Australia.
Here live more than 1500 species of fish, 4000 species of mollusks, more than 200 species of birds. Great Barrier Reef consists of more than 3 thousand reefs, the area of which ranges from 1 ha to 10000 ha. The total area of the reef is 300 thousand square km.
Karl-Marx-Hof - the longest building on Earth.
Karl-Marx-Hof in Vienna is the longest building on Earth - it stretches to 1100 meters and its length is equal to four tram stops. The building was constructed in the period from 1927 to 1930.
The most populated city on Earth.
Counting the urban population is a complex task, as, for example, in the U.S. only citizens living within the city limits are counted as urban residents, and in some countries the number of residents may include members of the rural suburbs. But based on official statistics, Seoul, with its 10,321,449 inhabitants is the most densely populated city in the world.
Crow Cave - the deepest cave on Earth.
Crow cave is the deepest cave on Earth. It is located in Abkhazia. Elevation change in it is 2140 meters.
Roe River, Montana - the shortest river in the world.
The length of the Roe river is 201 feet. Dee River in Oregon can be ready to challenge for the title of the shortest rivers, but Roe is now officially the shortest river.
Vredefort - the largest crater on Earth.
Located in South Africa, Vredefort crater is the largest crater on Earth and was formed in a collision of Earth with a space object which occurred about 2 million years ago. According to scientists, this phenomenon has led to global changes on Earth, including the evolution.
Scoresby Sand fjord - the longest and deep fjord in the world.
Stretching for 350 miles, the Greenlandic fjord is the longest one on Earth. It is located in Eastern Greenland near Iceland. Fjord is also the deepest fjord in the world - its depth is 1500 meters.
The highest sand dunes.
They are located in the Sahara Desert in the eastern and central Algeria. They have a length of 5 km and reach a height of 456 meters. The nearest oasis is this miracle of nature is in 100 kilometers.
Bishop Rock - the smallest island on earth.
Located on the west of Britain, Bishop Rock is the smallest island in the world according to the Guinness book of records. The only building on this island is a lighthouse that was built in 1858.
The most salty and warm sea.
The most salty and warm sea is the Red Sea. Its temperature ranges from 20 to 32 degrees. It is also the most salty sea in the world - it contains 41 of salt per 1000 parts of water.
Most high-altitude navigable lake - Lake Titicaca.
Lake Titicaca is located at an altitude of 3821 meters above sea level and is the highest navigable lake in the world. It is located on a high plateau in the Andes on the border of Peru and Bolivia. The depth of the lake varies from 140 to 180 meters. The western part of the lake belongs to Peru, the eastern part to Bolivia.
The lowest point on earth - the Dead Sea, Israel.
The Dead Sea is located at 400 meters below sea level.
Also you may go to France, Austria, Great Britain, the United States, Peru, Israel, South Africa, Australia on vacations. There are lots of wonderful places on Earth that you should necessarily visit on your vacations.
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