Saturday, September 24, 2011

Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal (Siberia)
Lake Baikal is also known as 'blue eye of Siberia', is located in southern Siberia near the Russian-Mongolian border. Renowned as the world's deepest lake with a maximum depth of 1642 meters (5369 ft). Lake Baikal large lake with a large eco-systems in which more than 1,700 species of flora and fauna that live; two-thirds of them will only be found here. Completely surrounded by steep mountains and dense forest, this lake has an estimated age of 25-30 million years, making it one of the most ancient lakes in geological history

Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika (Congo)
Lake Tanganyika is the second largest freshwater lake and second deepest after Lake Baikal in Siberia; also the longest lake in the world. The lake is located between four countries - Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Tanzania and Zambia, the DRC (45%) and Tanzania (41%).
Lake Tanganyika is the deepest freshwater lake in Africa and the second in the world with a maximum depth of 1470 meters (4823 ft).

Lake Vostok

Lake Vostok (Antarctica)
Of the 140 sub-glacial lakes on earth, Vostok is the largest and deepest, with a maximum depth of 1000 meters (2950 ft). Under Russia's Vostok Station, 13,000 feet below the surface of the central Antarctic ice sheet, the lake is perhaps the purest lakes on Earth.
Average temperature of -3 ° C water and the reason why the lake is still liquid below freezing is the influence of high pressure from the weight of ice on it.
The scientists also discovered that the ice core may be 420,000 years old, which means that the lake is covered for more than 500,000.

Lake O'Higgins

Lake O'Higgins / San Martín (Argentina)
The lake is known as O'Higgins in Chile and San Martín in Argentina, located in Patagonia, Aysen Region and the Province of Santa Cruz.
Its surface area is 1058 km ² at 250 meters above sea level, and has a long coastline of 525 km. Is the deepest lake in America with a maximum depth of 836 meters near the O'Higgins Glacier and the characteristic blue color of milk at this lake came from rocks that are suspended in water. O'Higgins Glacier flows eastward toward the lake, as well as glacier Chico.

Lake Malawi

Lake Malawi (Africa)
Lake Malawi is also known as Lake Nyasa in most countries, or Lake Nyassa, Lake Niassa, or Lago Niassa in Mozambique. The lake is situated between Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania and known as the lake has more fish habitat from a variety of tropical waters than any other lake on Earth.
Lake Malawi or Lake Nyaza has a depth of 706 meters with a total lake surface area of approximately 29,600 square kilometers. This lake has a coastline of western Mozambique, eastern Malawi, and Tanzania south. It has a freshwater lake flows into the Shire River, a tributary that flows into the Zambezi River is very large.
Lake Malawi or Nyaza alone is estimated at least around 40,000 years old

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Lake Issyk Kul

Lake Issyk Kul (Kyrgyzstan)
Lake Issyk Kul has an area of 6236 square kilometers. Located at an altitude of 1607 meters (5272 feet), with a depth of 668 meters (2192 ft).
About 118 rivers and streams flow into this lake, the largest and Tyup Djyrgalan. The lake where the water is sourced from the many springs are currently listed do not have outlets, but some hydrologists hypothesize that the underground water of this lake to the River terfiltrasi Chu.

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park (Africa) 
Serengeti National Park is the geographical area in Africa. It is located in northern Tanzania and extends to the south-western Kenya between latitudes 1 and 3 S and longitudes 34 and 36 E. It covers about 30,000 km2 (12,000 sq mi).

Serengeti is the largest mammal habitat in the world, which is one of the top ten travel wonders of the natural world. You will enjoy the view of thousands of African wildlife such as lions, elephants, cheetahs, hyenas, giraffes, and thousands of other animals

Ise Grand Shrine

Ise Grand Shrine in Japan (which is actually a series of more than 100 holy places) is the most sacred shrine in Japan. This temple dedicated to Amaterasu (sun goddess) and have been since 4BC. The main temple believed to store items that are most important in the history of imperial Japan: the Naikū (mirror of Japanese mythology which eventually ended up in the hands of the first emperor). The shrine is torn down and rebuilt every 20 years in accordance with the Shinto idea of death and rebirth (the next will be rebuilding in 2013). These ratings are very high in the list of places who ane ga can enter because the only person who can enter is the priest or pastor, and he must be a member of the Japanese imperial family. , Unless you are Prince or Princess of Japan.

Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center

This is a place that not only closed to the public, but this is where the hope people do not need to go! In most of the film "" the end of the world "we see {2010} Like, there's always a very secret area where U.S. government officials and a handful of people could go in the hope that they can escape from impending doom. Mount Weather Operations Center emergency is real. Founded in the 1950's due to the cold war but still operates to this day. The reason is obviously highly classified operations. run by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). function and even in small local disasters in the U.S., most of the past telecommunications traffic routed through this place

RAF Menwith Hill

RAF Menwith Hill is a British military base with a network connection to the global ECHELON spy .. contains various underground stations and satellite communications intercept missile warning and has been described as the largest electronic monitoring station in the world.
This site acts as a ground station to a satellite which is operated by the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office, on behalf of the U.S. National Security Agency, the antenna is contained in a large number of very distinctive white radomes, and is thought to be an element in the ECHELON system. ECHELON reportedly created to monitor the military and diplomatic communications of the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc allies during the Cold War in the early 1960s, but since the end of the Cold War are also believed to search for clues to look for terrorists, Peredran Drug Plan "an illicit, and political acumen and diplomatic. dalamlaporan also involved commercial espionage and is believed to filter all telephone and radio communications throughout the nations, and this is an extreme violation of privacy

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Crater Lake Caldera

Crater Lake Caldera (Oregon - USA)
Crater Lake Caldera is a lake located in south-central area of the state of Oregon. This lake is the main feature of Crater Lake National Park (Crater Lake National Park) and is famous for its deep blue color and clarity of the water. The lake that formed about 7,700 (± 150) years ago by the collapse of Mount Mazama has a depth of about 2148 feet (655 m). The lake is surrounded by cliffs with a height of up to two thousand feet, and is equipped with two small islands and spectacular blue water, which makes this lake as a perfect place for photographers.
On June 12, 1853, John Wesley Hillman was reported as Americans first European to see the lake which he named "Deep Blue Lake" in Oregon. The lake is named after at least three times, as Blue Lake, Lake Noble, and finally Crater Lake (Crater Lake).

Great Slave Lake

Great Slave Lake (Canada)
Great Slave Lake (French: Grand lac des Esclaves) is the second largest lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada. North America's deepest lake with a depth of 614 m (2014 ft) has an area of 27,200 km2. Cities around the lake include: Yellowknife, Fort Providence, Hay River and Fort Resolution.

Lake Matano

Lake Matano (Sulawesi Selatan - Indonesia)
Matano Lake is a lake in South Sulawesi, precisely located at the south end of town Sorowako the island of Sulawesi, East Luwu. This lake has a depth as far as 600 meters (1969 feet), 382 meters above the surface of which laut.Danau Matano not constitute the establishment of several tributaries, but are formed from thousands of springs that will never experience drought and the water was very clear.

Zoo Antarctica

Zoo Antarctica
In contrast to other zoos, animals - the animals here is certainly a unique animal life in Antarctica. Not easy to get this beast, if not in Antarctica. Visitors only lasts for ten days and you have to pay a fee of about U.S. $ 30,000  per person. There are attractions that will be displayed in the White Desert is watching penguins gathering snow, go ice skating to mountain climbing and so forth

Heli-skiing, Canada

Heli-skiing, Canada
In the country of Canada, there are tours of adrenalin anda.yaitu where you will be removed from the helicopter and the sky directly sliding on the snow fields. for those of you who like a challenge, this tour must be tested. With a price around U.S. $ 21 thousand,, you can ski for a week and traveled tourist attractions in Canada, such as the Monashee, Selkirk, and Kootenay. As for other services on the fourth day of body treatments provided by the Halcyon Hot Springs Village and Spa. Complete and drain the bag

House of Bourbon, Paris

House of Bourbon, Paris
No other purpose is a renowned romantic Effel Tower, in this city you can still get new experience at The Royal House of Bourbon, Paris. With spending of U.S. $ 300 to U.S. $ 1,800 may be more per hour, you can spend the night and spent a week at The Royal House of Bourbon. Package price includes the cost of hospitalization, major clothing suits sstu RIT. You will not get bored because it will be given a variety of facilities. What is clear is very romantic

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Milford Sounds and Geirangerfjord

Falls in the fjords of New Zealand (Milford Sounds)
In New Zealand, Milford Sound area a magnificent gift cards, but only in a very good look from the boat. The rocky coastline of fjords as the gap rises to 1200 meters, and waterfalls, spectacular fall fashion from above.
Seven Sisters in the Geiranger Fjord (Geirangerfjord)
In Norway, another magical landscape of fjords and waterfalls are found in the Geiranger Fjord.

Jeongbang on Jeju Island

 Jeongbang on Jeju Island
In South Korea, is one of the only waterfalls falling into the sea in all of Asia. Located on the island of Jeju, the paradise for honeymoon couples from South Korea, waterfalls overlooking the sea from a height of 23 meters.

Kilt Rock Waterfall and Duden Falls

 waterfall into the sea in Scotland (Kilt Rock Waterfall)
From 105 meters, on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, we find the leap from Kilt Rock.

 Duden Falls, down to the sea in Antalya, Turkey
In the province of Antalya, in Turkey, jump, Duden River series ended in spectacular fashion with a drop of water directly into the Mediterranean.

Waterfall Fall Un salto a la Playa and Otro salto a la Playa

Un salto a la Playa, California
a relatively small waterfall at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. , But very beautiful. The cascade McWay his name.

Otro salto a la Playa, California.
Alamere is a waterfall, down which flows directly into the sea.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

lake Hamilton and Lake Cave Lechuguilla

lake Hamilton
Underground lake was used as a natural swimming pool adjoining in Austin, Texas named Hamilton.

Lake Cave Lechuguilla
Lechuguilla Cave in Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico is the fifth longest cave found reply. Length of 193 km and a depth of 489 m, the deepest in the United States.

Cheddar Gorge Lake

Cheddar Gorge Lake
Cheddar Gorge, River adjoining underground in one of the biggest gap in Britain named Cheddar Gorge. There in a cave named Cheddar jg yg dmn oldest human skull was found here in the UK year 1903 was estimated to be 9000 years.

Lake Luray Caverns and Lake Cave Mellisani

Lake Luray Caverns
Underground river is located in Luray Caverns reply, Virginia. Its water reflection effect on langit2 cave similar to the reflection of gold.

Lake Cave Mellisani
Underground Lake Cave Mellisani supernal, Kefalonia, found that integumentary cave ruins destroyed by the earthquake of 1953.

Monday, September 12, 2011

4 Buildings Made Of Mud

1. Mali - mosque in Djenné
2. Kibbutz Lotan, Israel
3. Rancho de Taos New Mexico
4. Sankore Mosque Timbuktu

Djenné (Mali) and Djinguereber Mosque, Timbuktu Buildings Made Of Mud

1. Djenné (Mali)
2. Djinguereber Mosque, Timbuktu

Saskatchewan sod house – Canada Buildings Made Of Mud

Saskatchewan sod house – Canada
Sermentizon, Puy-de-Dôme, France
Tomb of the Askias, Mali

Sunday, September 11, 2011


Ometepe: World's Oldest Island of Volcanoes Formed
Ometepe: is one of the oldest island in the world. Formed from two volcanoes sticking out of the lake Nicaragua in the Republic of Nicaragua. Its name comes from the Nahuatl word ome (two) and tepetl (mountain), meaning two mountains. Two volcanoes Concepción and Maderas it is. Although this is a dangerous volcano island, but there are people living there, which number about 35,000 souls. The main livelihoods of agriculture, animal husbandry. The area is also included in the area of tourism.

Ellesmere Island

Ellesmere Island, Small Frozen
Ellesmere is one of the islands in the world where the temperature reaches freezing. But the island that are in Canada, to the west of Greenland is a barren nature of the 'laboratory' of the geologists and biologists who are studying the changes of nature.


Azores: Rugged and Remote
Island in the Atlantic Ocean is truly unique, you come and want to cook, no need to think about making the stove, just dig the soil and enter the panic then your food will be cooked. Azores is a volcanic archipelago located off the coast of this island Portugal.Keunikan other is the weather can change quickly.
If the normal state then in the winter of 13 degrees Celsius around the summer of 22 degrees centigrade. But here the weather can change quickly. No wonder people say, on this island you can see the four seasons in one day


Java: Island of People
Java is one of the most densely populated islands in the world. The population reached 125 million. Java is part of Indonesia, called also has many unique apart from the population that remarkable. On the island there are two mega city that is, the Jakarta and Surabaya. On the other hand, Java island has stunning views.

Peacock, Holy Island in Middle River

Peacock, Holy Island in Middle River
Peacock Island, a tiny island called the island holy because of the sacred temple complex Umananda. This tiny island in the middle of a vast river Brahmaputra in Assam Province, India. Umananda temple was built in Guwahati in 1594, by the Ahom Kings of Assam.
Among the temples which are in Assam, the temple worship of Lord Shiva is one of the most visitors. To reach the temple, people must cross the river by boat from Kachari ghat. There is also ferry service available from 7 o'clock in the morning until 5 pm in the evening.

Dubai's Large-Scale Sand Art unique Island

Dubai's Large-Scale Sand Art: Giant Palm Shaped Artificial Island 
The super-rich emirate of Dubai to build a spectacular project that is artificial islands off the coast. Amazing job amazing world of artificial islands arranged like a giant palm tree.
The islands are the largest land reclamation project in the world, also the world's largest artificial islands. The islands are the Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Deira.
Creator is Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum is aimed at increasing tourism in Dubai. Each palm tree-shaped island, topped by a crescent, and will be equipped with various facilities to make people comfortable. Palm Islands are located off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in the Persian Gulf and will add 250 km coastal city of Dubai.
The first two islands will comprise approximately 100 million cubic meters of rock and sand. Palm Deira about 1 billion cubic meters of rock and sand. All the material comes from the UAE. In all three islands will be built more than 100 luxury hotels, exclusive villas and apartments by the beach, marinas, water theme parks, restaurants, shopping malls, sports facilities and health spas.
Construction of the Palm Jumeirah began in June 2001. Then, the Palm Jebel Ali was announced and reclamation begins. Palm Deira, the planned area of 46.35 square meters and building company, Nakheel, claims exceeded the extent of Paris, construction began in 2003. Development will be completed for the next 10-15 years.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Guard Dogs

Very strong, good stamina, intelligent and friendly as a family. Very protective, so dangerous for foreigners. Need training since childhood so the extent is wild

German Shepherd
Favorite dog police, protective instinct is strong, intelligent, good stamina, easily trained. Can be seen from this why the police chose dogs as police dogs.

Banff Lake Cave

Underground lake is supernal Banff, Canada. It takes how long tuh Menuhin made mini waterfall lake volume, a creation of nature is very appealing.

chocolate in the world Noka

* Creator: Noka Vintages Collection
* Price: U.S. $ 854 (about USD 8.5 million) per 450 grams
* Place: Dallas, Texas

Noka is a compilation of the best dark chocolate from a special plantation in Venezuela, Côte d'Ivoire, Trinidad and Ecuador.

Noka chocolate is chocolate with the world's second most expensive price. Chocolate is made from 75 percent pure cocoa with other mixtures such as cocoa butter and sugar.

The uniqueness of this chocolate manufacturer is not adding any type of emulsifier or vanilla flavors in their chocolate products.

Spratly Islands

Spratly Islands: World's Most Disputed Islands
Spratly Islands is a series of 650 coral islands located in the South China Sea, between the Philippines and Vietnam. The Spratlys, as they are called, are part of the three islands in the South China Sea, consists of more than 30,000 islands and coral reefs and so complicates the geography, government and economic development in Southeast Asia.
Unclear what the potential of these islands, but had heard the initial survey has been conducted and the results, it indicated the islands contain much oil and gas.
What is unique of this island are 45 islands are occupied by a small number of military forces from various countries namely China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Brunei.


Samosir Island is located in the middle of Lake Toba, a large lake on the island of Sumatra, which is part of Indonesia. The island covers a surface area of the lake as much as water does. But it is the unique culture and scenery idil that really makes this one world's most unique island. There are also two small lakes on the island.
Samosir Island is an island in the middle of Lake Toba in North Sumatra, Indonesia. Samosir Island is believed to be the largest island within an island. The extent of 630 km2, only slightly smaller than the original area of 714 km2 Singapore.
Samosir Island is created about 30,000 years ago during a volcanic eruption. Toba lake itself is being created 75,000 years ago is also due to volcanic eruptions. In addition samosir island, volcanic eruptions also cause the appearance of the peninsula on mainland Sumatra island who is now a small town Prapat.

unique Island Gunkanjima

Gunkanjima: Ghost Town in the Middle of the Sea 
In the early 1900s, Gunkanjima is a prosperous island for its rich coal. Mitsubishi Corporation, which manages coal mining here, really makes Gunkanjima become the city's rich and densely populated, but vast island is less than 1 km2.
To accommodate the miners, ten apartment complex built on a small rock - a labyrinth of high associated with courtyards, corridors and stairs. There are schools, restaurants, and gaming houses, all surrounded by a protective wall. The island is known as "Nashi Midori Shima," the island with no green color. In the 50s the population reached 6000 people, this is the most populous island in the world at that time.
But the coal mines that continue dredged up into the seabed, gradually depleted and the island was closed. The island that has no green plants is also gradually die. Fifty years later, the island is like a ghost island, apartemen2 began to crumble. Years 1974-2009, the island was declared closed from visitors. But the recently emerged new provisions, this unique island opened to tourists. The island is also listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site.

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