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Amazing Places on the earth -- Part 2

Written By Franklin V on Thursday, June 28, 2012 | 9:44 PM

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Kaieteur Falls - World's Largest 
Kaieteur Falls is Guyana's greatest scenic wonder.  The world's largest single drop water falls measuring 741 feet. For comparison, Kaieteur is about five times taller than Niagara falls.

 Yushan National Park, Taiwan
Famous for its bright sunshine.These mountain ranges are picturesque and majestic. Visitors will be enchanted by views of snow capped mountains, seas of clouds and highland colorful clouds etc

Pongua Falls, Vietnam
This water fall is the most magnificent powerful one in the vicinity of Dalat. Located in a mountain range more than 50 kilometers from Dalat.From that height water falls down to a big lake below producing great noise the echo of which can be heard far from the fall.

4 Hands  - Etretat, France
Étretat is best known for its cliffs, including 3 natural arches,these cliffs and the associated resort beach attracted artists including Eugène Boudina, Gustave Courbet and Claude Monet, and were featured prominently in the 1909 Arsène Lupin novel The Hollow Needle by Maurice Leblanc.

Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Tian Tan Buddha, also known as the Big Buddha, is a large bronze statue of a ... completed in 1993, and located at Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, in Hong Kong.No trip to Hong Kong would be complete without a visit to the world's ... Ping plateau amid the spectacular mountain scenery of Lantau Island
Golden Eye Hotel - St. Mary, Jamaica
Goldeneye is a luxury boutique hotel in North Coast, Jamaica.
Jamaica’s Golden Eye was the inspiration for one Mr. Ian Fleming to dream up a little character with the call sign 007. Dip your toes in the lagoon, and see what genius you come up with.Placed on Low Cay Beach, the 17 bespoke-yet-charming cottages and grounds of Golden Eye mix relaxed and secluded Jamaica with the history and intrigue of one of the world’s most loved pop-culture characters: James Bond

 Bern, Switzerland
Not many cities have managed to retain their historic features quite as successfully as Bern, the capital of Switzerland.Bern is also one of the most beautiful, with arcades and fountains framed by leafy hills.It is here that Albert Einstein worked, the Toblerone chocolate bar is made, and Emmental cheese, known as Swiss Cheese, reached out to the world.

Hell Door - Turkmenistan
In the darkness of night, flames dance and lick the air, casting an ominous glow that can be seen from miles around in the desert of Turkmenistan. The source of all this light and heat is a massive crater, in which blazes an unceasing inferno, dubbed by locals the "Door to Hell." For decades, the fires within the pit have been burning without end

Machu Picchu, Peru
Machu Picchu covers 32500 ha in some of the scenically most attractive mountainous territory of the Peruvian Andes.
an Inca sacred place in the Andean mountains,Machu Picchu means "old peak,"

Antelope Canyon, USA
Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon is a small but exquisitely beautiful geological formation in northern Arizona. It is not a national or state park and is often overlooked by many tourists visiting the area. It takes only an hour or two to see it all, but it is worth the time. Its unsurpassed beauty is breathtaking. It is a photographer's dream

Socotra Island, Yemen
Socotra is one of those “lost world” islands (separated from the world six million years ago) . Socotra is considered the jewel of biodiversity in the Arabian Sea.
The island of Socotra is part of an archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It is so isolated that a third of its plant life is found nowhere else on the planet. Notable are the dragon's blood trees that look like flying saucers perched on trunks. Adenium socotranum are trees that look like elephants' legs with pink flowers on top. Birds such as the Socotra starling, Socotra sunbird, and Socotra grosbeak are found nowhere else on Earth. Bats are the island's only native mammal.
There are almost no roads on the island, which is also home to a collection of caves and a number of shipwrecks.
 Botanical field surveys led by the Centre for Middle Eastern Plants indicate that 307 out of the 825 (37%) plant species on Socotra are endemic, i.e., they are found nowhere else on Earth

The Cave of Crystals, Naica Mine, Mexico
The Crystal Cave of Giants was accidentally discovered in 2000 by miners working in the silver and lead mine at Naica, Mexico.
Of his experience visiting the crystal cave, Kourounis writes:
"I've never seen such a spectacular place. It was like setting foot on a new planet. Many of the crystals were so large that I couldn't even wrap my arms around them and the terrain was so difficult to walk on that we had to be extremely cautious not to slip and fall. Doing so would could get you impaled on a sharp crystal and would require a dangerous and difficult rescue."
The cave is extremely hot with air temperatures reaching up to 58 °C (136 °F) with 90 to 99 percent humidity. The cave is relatively unexplored due to these factors. Without proper protection people can only endure approximately ten minutes of exposure at a time.

Cancun’s Underwater Museum 
 Submerge yourself in one of the most beautiful and clear waters of the world; The Mexican Caribbean.The project founded by Jaime Gonzalez Cano of The National Marine Park, Roberto Diaz of The Cancun Nautical Association and Jason deCaires Taylor consists of over 403 permanent life-size sculptures and is one of the largest and most ambitious underwater artificial art attractions in the world. This amazing exhibit features more than 400 life-size statues and covers an area of more than 150 square meters. The sculptures sit on the seafloor in water that’s only 28-feet deep, making it ideal for divers and snorkelers alike. The exhibit is constantly growing, and as of mid-March, Taylor had just added a handful of new sculptures

Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
It is covered by a few meters of salt crust, which has an extraordinary flatness with the average altitude variations within one meter over the entire area of the Salar.
Photographers flock here to capture the unique landscape.The Salar was formed as a result of transformations between several prehistoric lakes.

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