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Iceland : Tiny house in the landscape, Ring Road, Skaftafell National Park. Photo by Adam Witten

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The Quiraing (Cuith-Raing) is a landslip on the eastern face of Meall na Suiramach, the northernmost summit of the Trotternish on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Truly the most beautiful place

Todas as segundas, falamos sobre um lugar da nossa lista de lugares que queremos conhecer ao longo da nossa vida. Na semana passada, por exemplo, falamos sobre a Bolívia.  Nós também já falamos aqui sobre os países menos visitados do mundo e o país de hoje estava na lista. Um principado perdido en

The post takes you to the most beautiful destination This piece of information is all about guided of Sicily for the people who are planning to visit the place for the first time. So, pack your bags and get set with tour of Sicily.

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Amazing PiC Seljalandsfoss Falls in Iceland. This waterfall of the river Seljalandsá drops 60 metres ft) over the cliffs of the former coastline. It is possible to go behind the waterfall.

Hvannárgil, l'Islande

Hvannárgil, Iceland offers a perfect view of a valley forge. Some of these places just keep blowing our minds.

Deep in the ocean, seamounts are formed when driven by continental drift, plate tectonics began to diverge and molten magma erupts from cracks and then fills them. Reykjanes Ridge, Isla is the only place on the planet where such a fault is shown on the surface. This geologically active point marks the boundary between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. The area is regularly shaken by volcanic eruptions.

Iceland where 2 Tectonic Plates meet. Only place on land you can see. That's not a road but lava oozing deep fm the molten earth below.

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Caribbean beach resort, Disney World ? Very nice hotel at Disney Spring Waterfall, Iceland Hayman Island Resort, Gre.

Beautiful pine forest

When I go back to Ireland I would like to see this. You know, because it's green. Forest of moss, Killarney National Park, Ireland