Hitachi Seaside Park Spoils the Eyes with Flowers

Hitachi Seaside Park Spoils the Eyes with Flowers

Hitachi Seaside Park, one of the tourist attractions in Japan is a public park located in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan. Park area of 190 hectares is decorated with various kinds of flowers that can spoil the eyes of anyone who sees the beauty.   The daily solid...

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Robert Swan the Conqueror of the North and South Poles

Robert Swan the Conqueror of the North and South Poles

Robert Swan was born on July 28, 1956, in Durham, England and is the first person in history to walk to the North and South Poles. He attended Aysgarth School and then proceeded to Sedbergh School in 1969-1974. He completed his BA in History majoring in 1976-1979 at...

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Hallerbos in Belgium is the Natural Fairytale

Hallerbos in Belgium is the Natural Fairytale

Hallerbos in Belgium or the so-called "The Blue Forest" includes the most important forests in the area between Zenne and Zonien. This forest is also the most extensive in the area. Filled with gorgeous Bluebell flowers, this forest becomes something unusual in...

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Al Gore Former Vice President of America and His Green Mission

Al Gore Former Vice President of America and His Green Mission

Al Gore was the 45th Vice-President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. He is also known for his work on environmental issues. Al Gore or Albert Arnold Gore, Jr., was born in Washington DC on March 31, 1948. His father, Albert Gore, Sr. was a prominent Democratic...

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Pierce Brosnan Turns into Enviromental James Bond

Pierce Brosnan Turns into Enviromental James Bond

Pierce Brosnan, his known as James Bond. Pierce works as an actor, film producer, and activist. In addition as a talented actor, Brosnan also very concerned about the environment and how to save the earth.   The Irish actor was born May 16, 1953, in Drogheda, County...

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Salar de Uyuni The Greatest Salt Land in the World

Salar de Uyuni The Greatest Salt Land in the World

Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt land in the world located in the Province of Daniel Campos, Potosi, southwest of Bolivia. This place has an area of 10,582 square kilometers, located near the top of the Andes at an altitude of 3,659 m above sea level.   Mainland...

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Magepanda Mangrove Forest and Baba Kong

Magepanda Mangrove Forest and Baba Kong

The Magepanda mangrove forest is located in Reroroja Village, Magepanda District, Sikka Regency in Nusa Tenggara Timur. This 70-hectare forest holds a million beauty. The forest is flanked by lush green hills located on the north coast of Maumere town.   Uniquely, to...

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Sagano Bamboo Forest, One of the Most Enchanting Grove

Sagano Bamboo Forest, One of the Most Enchanting Grove

Sagano Bamboo Forest is located in the Arashiyama area, the western part of Kyoto, Japan. This forest is a major tourist attraction in the last decade. Now the popularity of this forest is widespread in recent years. This forest is even crowned as one of the best...

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West Waigeo Island Nature Reserve

West Waigeo Island Nature Reserve

West Waigeo Island Nature Reserve is in the Raja Ampat Islands in West Papua, eastern Indonesia. Rich in high biodiversity, making this area a very important place in the Raja Ampat Islands. In terms of fauna recorded has 27 species of mammals and has 171 species of...

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Huascaran National Park in Peru

Huascaran National Park in Peru

Huascaran National Park, this 340,000 ha park is a Peruvian national park consisting mostly of mountain ranges called the Cordillera Blanca. The mountain range is the highest tropical mountain range in the world. The existence of this park is very influential in the...

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