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    The water in Lake Baikal is toxic. Who's guilty?
    Lake Baikal is considered one of the main natural assets of Russia. The deepest lake in Siberia, one of the oldest on the planet, a reserve of clean drinking water…

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    Along Newfoundland Iceberg Alley, Stranger Giants Walk
    Amateur photographer Mark Gray, who was lucky enough to live on Cape Bonavista, in the east of Newfoundland, published a fresh selection of icebergs ... The catch of the new…

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    Old tourist centers pray to drive tourists away
    UNESCO is preparing to add Venice to the list of disappearing objects if the tourist flow into the city does not decrease to reasonable limits ... Not only the historical…

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    In Brazil, they wanted to force ants to get coffee

    Once a few years ago, Juan Neto, an ordinary farmer from S?o Paulo, walked along the edge of what was once his field and gently mourned. Of the former cultivated 230 ha, hardly 40 remained – everything else took nature back …

    People themselves gave her land when at the beginning of the century they abandoned the previous practice of total use of pesticides. Without chemicals, the lush tropical life in a matter of years swallowed the traces of human labor and even the ubiquitous ants appeared on former coffee plantations. So they attracted the attention of Nope.
    In the clean air, the bees that disappeared were ringing, beautiful flowers bloomed violently between the weeds, and under his feet lay what had once allowed Net to feed his family – coffee grains. Continue reading

    Along Newfoundland Iceberg Alley, Stranger Giants Walk

    Amateur photographer Mark Gray, who was lucky enough to live on Cape Bonavista, in the east of Newfoundland, published a fresh selection of icebergs …

    The catch of the new season – usually ice blocks begin their journey through the waters there at the end of spring and follow through the “iceberg alley” for a couple of months. This place was nicknamed because the huge ice, as if in a parade, pass in front of the audience on the shore. But those who, like Mark Gray, have been observing them for more than a year, note: new icebergs are noticeably different from previous ones. Continue reading

    Tourist pearls of the Dominican Republic

    Going to the Dominican Republic stands both for a beach holiday, and for a separate acquaintance with Caribbean history and culture, Dominican nature and modern attractions …

    The colonial city of Santo Domingo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in recognition of its cultural and historical significance.
    Colonial Santo Domingo will charm anyone. Small cobbled streets with the smells of Creole cuisine and Caribbean coffee. Continue reading

    10 life hacks to travel to the Azores
    The Azores are an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, which is literally buried in flowers and greenery ... The mountains offer views of clear lakes, hot springs, geysers, black volcanic…

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    Teenagers staged fecal terror in Spain’s public pools
    It’s not politically correct to say so, but the new teenage “challenge” is so disgusting that it involuntarily raises the question: what is in the minds of these scum of…

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    The water in Lake Baikal is toxic. Who's guilty?
    Lake Baikal is considered one of the main natural assets of Russia. The deepest lake in Siberia, one of the oldest on the planet, a reserve of clean drinking water…

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    Kamchatka: 10 places every tourist should visit
    Kamchatka Peninsula is not only “far from everywhere”. It is also unique natural landscapes, healing springs, hunting, fishing, ancient ways and customs of local residents ... Kamchatka Peninsula You can…

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