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White Sands National Park, USA

White Sands National Park, located in New Mexico, USA, is the largest gypsum sand dune in the world. Here, great wave-like dunes of gypsum sand have engulfed 275 square miles of desert. Over 250 million years ago, the area that is now White Sands used to be a body of water called the Permian Sea. When the sea dried up and disappeared, the gypsum seabed eventually broke down into smaller particles.         …

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10 Most Famous Spring Festivals Around the World

Grape Harvest Festival, Argentina One of the highlights of the year on the Argentine cultural calendar has to be the Grape Harvest Festival is one of the world’s most famous wine regions, Mendoza. The main event takes place during the first days of March. The festival culminates with a spectacular show in the Frank Romero Day Greek amphitheater. On the 7th of March, the show kicks off, with a beauty pageant electing the official Harvest…

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10 Most Wonderful Waterfalls in the World

• Angel Falls The world's highest waterfall drops 979 meters (3,211 ft) from the Auyan-Tepui table mountain in Venezuela. It originates from the Río Churún River. This is 15 times higher than Niagara Falls for comparison. Read More...     • Iguazu Falls Iguazu Falls is actually a chain of hundreds of individual waterfalls stretched out almost three kilometers to create the world's largest waterfall on the border between Brazil and Argentina on the Iguazu River. Read…

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Giant Crystal Cave, Mexico

The Giant Crystal Cave discovered in 2000 after water was pumped out of the cave by a mining company. Two miners saw the crystals when they entered the drying cave on foot. The crystals are buried 300 meters beneath the Sierra de Naica Mountain in Chihuahua, Mexico. Giant Crystal Cave is a U-shaped cavity in the limestone. Roughly 30 meters long by 10 meters wide, it was filled with groundwater for tens of thousands of…

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Son Doong Cave; World's Largest Cave

Son Doong Cave (Vietnamese: Hang Son Doong) is world's largest cave, located in the heart of Phong Nha Ke-Bang National Park, Vietnam. It was first discovered in 1990, by a local man named Ho Khanh but he returned home and forgot about the cave. In 2008, he found the cave again and took note of the path, and subsequently led Howard and Deb Limbert of the British Cave Association to the cave for the first…

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