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https://ru.pinterest.com/jihyechve/ #Japan #Tokio #Ueno_Park «Заповедник музеев» и старейший парк Токио, засаженный сакурой разных сортов.

Here are 20 photos to inspire you to visit and fall in love with South Korea!

20 Photos to Make You Fall in Love with Traditional Korea

Parque Houtan en Shanghai / Turenscape

Galería de Parque Houtan en Shanghai / Turenscape - 7

Flowers calla in the Californian valley

Flowers calla in the Californian valley

Every spring on the Pacific coast in the Big Sur, California region, among the rich coastal vegetation is the Calla… by pikto

Melting slows Greenland ice flow / Observing the Earth / Our Activities / ESA

Bergen.Noruega

~ greenery serenity ~ Un paysage verdoyant, une eau plate et un ensemble où on respire le calme - Small town north of Bergen, Norway; photo by Beverly Hanson

GLOUCESTERSHIRE, ST. EDWARD'S PARISH CHURCH - A pair of ancient yew trees guard the north door, Stow on the Wold.

Picture of Yew Trees St Edward's Parish Church Stowe on the Wold, England.

The Marble Caves - the most famous of them is the “Capilla de Mármol” meaning "Marble Chapel" - are located on Lake General Carrera/Buenos Aires (depending which side of the lake you are on), Patagonia, Chile. The boat tours usually leave from Puerto Tranquillo, Río Ibáñez. The amazing vibrant blue and grey cave chambers, submerged to some extent, all lay in memorizing turquoise waters of Carrera/Buenos Aires Lake.

Marble Cave, Chile Chico, Chile – The most spectacular caves network in the world and this Marble Cathedral is absolutely magnificent. It’s located in Patagonia, Chile on the second largest freshwater lake in South America, General Carrera.

Le blog Grand Angle | Le blog de la randonnée

Le blog Grand Angle | Le blog de la randonnée

Antarctic Ice Safety Band at Risk - Antarctica is surrounded by huge ice shelves. New research, using ice velocity data from satellites such as ESA’s heritage Envisat, has revealed that there is a critical point where these shelves act as a safety band, holding back the ice that flows towards the sea. If lost, it could be …

Calving front of the Astrolabe Glacier, East Antarctica,

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