Large lakes of the world. The rating of the largest lakes in the world
The rating of the largest lakes in the world according to size. The rating is based on the area occupied by the lake. TOP 20 largest lakes in the world…

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The Lake-Wanaka, New Zealand
Wanaka– the lake and the town near large settlements Queenstown (Queenstown), Otago, South island, New Zealand. The place is primarily known for its stunning mountain and lake scenery, as well…

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Landmarks of Abkhazia
High mountains and Sunny shores of Abkhazia hide many treasures: castles, historical monuments and unique natural sites. In whatever city you are staying, everywhere can explore the beautiful parks and…

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Amazing lake Hamilton Pool (Texas, USA) – WONDERFUL MOMENTS FUNNY AND SAD

37 km West of Austin (Texas, USA) is one of the most unusual and picturesque lakes in the world — Hamilton Pool (Hamilton Pool). The unusual it is that Hamilton Pool is both an underground lake and surface, flowing to the surface from under the arch stone grotto. Complements the beauty of waterfall flowing from 15-meter height.

The lake was formed thousands of years ago as a result of collapse of the limestone dome of an underground river due to massive erosion. Water underground rivers flow into the river flowing nearby Pedernales (Pedernales river), which, in turn, is a tributary of the Colorado river (Colorado).

The pool is surrounded by huge slabs of limestone, and the ceiling of the cave stalactites hanging down in places.

Until the 19th century there lived tribes of American Indians Tokawa and Apache. In 1985 a parcel of 232 acres of land on which is located this unique natural formation was purchased from private owners and declared a nature reserve — the Hamilton Pool Preserve.

To approach the lake on foot, leaving the car at the entrance to the reserve and breaking the 400-meter descent on a steep slope. In the 60-ies of the last century, the lake was a favourite place for summer Continue reading

Transport and Tourism Association – Lakes of Sol-Iletsk, tours and activities in Sol-Iletsk, holidays in Sol-Iletsk

Dead sea Orenburg steppes – the famous lake Collapse. The lake has an area of 100 m2 66. The lake depth reaches 18 meters. On the banks of the lake there are beaches of fine white pebbles.

The peculiarity of the lake is that loose on the water a person does not sink. You can move vertically, “walk on water” without touching the bottom, due to its high density. The salt concentration reaches 320-340 grams per liter. This is almost 10 times higher than the concentration of salts in the water Black and Mediterranean seas.

In addition to the sodium chloride contained in the lake and other salts. The feeling of weightlessness in the water is unique and attracts thousands of people. Salt water has preferentially hyperosmolar, locally irritant, and antimicrobial action, in this regard is most pronounced cleansing effect on the skin and mucous membranes, as well as adaptogenic response. Continue reading

The Devil’s Garden – the most popular attraction of Croatia

Found on the Internet exciting information about the most popular destination of Croatia. I think we should all definitely go and see with your own eyes. In the meantime, you can just read

In Croatia there is a unique national Park Plitvice lakes (Horw. Plitvička jezera). Thousands of tourists from all over the world flock here to overjoyed to merge with the Paradise nature. And it’s hard to believe that once this place was called “devil’s garden”.

The famous lakes are located halfway between Zagreb, the capital of the state, to the Adriatic coast, along which, and found shelter Croatia.

For the first time about the Plitvice lakes is mentioned in the 16th century. But then people were not up to the beauty of the Balkan peoples were constantly at war with the Ottoman Empire trying to assert their independence. It was at that time this dangerous edge was called “devil’s garden”.

In 1777 these places acquire an official name – “Plitvice lakes”, which was written by the priest of Otočac Dominique Vukasovich.

Gradually the word spreads about the extraordinary beauty of the Plitvice lakes. Already in 1891, from the city of Karlovac was built the road to the lakes, and by 1894 Continue reading

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The most Beautiful lakes in the world
Lakes are among the most ancient bodies of water on Earth. This article provides you with a stunningly beautiful lake in the world. Below are several lakes that attract tourists…

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The Resorts of Abkhazia
On Abkhazian soil, you can enjoy the wondrous beauty of unspoiled nature and to relax, enjoying all the benefits of civilization. Most of the country's territory is occupied by mountains,…

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