Vatnajokull Glacier

Vatnajökull Glacier, literally meaning, “glacier of rivers”, happens to be the biggest glacier in Iceland and is situated in an extremely volcanically

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Mount Vesuvius

Looming large over the Bay of Naples, the volcano of Mount Vesuvius consists of a condensed cone, Mount Somma, which rises up to the height of 1152 me

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Lake Bled

Located in the Julian Alps in northwestern part of Slovenia, Lake Bled is actually a glacial lake, adjoining the town of Bled, which is one of the mos

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Lake Ohrid

Lake Ohrid spans over the rocky edges between the southwestern area of the Republic of Macedonia as well as eastern Albania. 940 ft deep at the maximu

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Mount Olympus

Situated on the edges between Thessaly and Macedonia, at a distance of approximately 100 km from Thessaloniki, the second largest city of Greece, Moun

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Bialowieza Forest

Known as Belavezhskaya Pushcha in Belarus and Ltspkr.png Puszcza Bialowieska in Poland, the Bialowieza Forest is ancient woodland spanning the border

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Bell Rock Lighthouse

At a distance of twelve miles or roughly eighteen kilometers from the coast of Angus in Scotland is built a beautiful and mysterious Light House calle

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Djavolja Varos

Djavolja Varos or “Devil’s Town” is a natural monument situated in southern Serbia, at distances of 89 miles southwest of Nis and 27 miles southeast o

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Caves of Han-sur-Lesse

The Caves of Han-sur-Lesse are one of the finest and most visited tourist attractions in Belgium. The special four km tour on a hundred year old tram

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Giant’s Causeway

Situated in County Antrim, on the northeastern coast of the Northern Ireland, about two miles to the north of the Bushmills town, the Giant’s Causeway

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