At low tide, the rock is exposed in the sea of England, about 3 tennis courts. The Guinness Book of World Records once recognized the "smallest island" for the Bishop, the westernmost of Scilly Islands, located off the coast of England. At low tide, it is 46 m long and 16 m wide, equal to about 3 tennis courts.
Nishinoshima is constantly expanding. By 2015, the island is 12 times larger than the old version. From thousands of years to about half a century ago, Nishinoshima - the volcanic island southeast of Tokyo, was originally quiet. Certainly, it had erupted violently from time immemorial until lava piled up a few kilometers wide. But for thousands of years of silence, the island expanded into a seabird territory.
The Totoro statue is what attracts Studio Ghibli animation fans to the bus stop in the middle of nowhere. Totoro is an animated character created by Studio Ghibli, a beloved Japanese animation studio, in the film My Neighbor Totoro in 1988. One of Totoro's most memorable moments is his birth image. The chubby magic object waits for a cat bus in the rain.
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BAHAMAS: Known as the "narrowest place on earth", the Glass Window Bridge today is still a scenic attraction for visitors to Eleuther Island. The contrast is clear between the two water bodies on both sides of the Glass Window bridge. Photo: Bahamas. Located at the narrowest point of Eleuthera Island, the Glass Window Bridge stretches over 9 meters on a narrow strip of land, separating the cold, dark waters of the Atlantic Ocean from the turquoise waters of the Bight Sea. of Eleuthera. When drawing the Glass Window bridge in the 19th century, American artist Winslow Homer was working on a project for Century magazine, recreating his tour of the Bahamas with watercolors. It was 1885, when Homer saw the original bridge - just a natural archway separating the Atlantic Ocean from the Bight of Eleuthera.
The golden fields and the sea of clouds in the early morning made the scenery of Bac Son picturesque. 18 At the end of July, Bac Son valley (Lang Son) is dyed yellow when rice fields are ripe for harvesting. From the top of Na Lay, a popular paparazzi stop, visitors will admire the panoramic view of the valley. A special feature in the valley this season is the soil color of the harvested field alternating yellow paddy and ripe rice corners. This particular beauty is formed by uneven farmers. The farmer harvests rice in a field. Compared to Y Ty in Lao Cai or Mu Cang Chai in Yen Bai, Bac Son is not a popular name but it is sought by many paparazzi whenever it is in the rice season.
Few expect the special connection between Edison and Yawata City, Kyoto is the bamboo on Mount Otokoyama. The incandescent light bulb, the perfect invention of Thomas Edison, helps to illuminate homes around the world. He received respect from all over, but especially for the Japanese people. According to Plain Dealer, Japanese people make up the largest proportion of visitors to Edison's childhood home in Milan, Ohio (USA). The bond between Edison and Japan is quite unusual. The scientist has a particularly deep relationship with the residents of Yawata City, Kyoto Prefecture when he erected an Edison monument at Iwashimizu Hachiman Shrine on top of Mount Otokoyama. Yawata is also considered a sister city to Milan, where Edison was born. Since the early 1980s, many friendship gifts have been exchanged.
London Stone is located in the bustling street in the capital of England, but no one knows where it came from, why it is there or what function. Behind the misty city of London The first pub in London was allowed to welcome naked guests Cannon Street, London is always chaotic in the morning rush hour, when thousands of people rush to work. Few people pay attention to a small crypt mounted on the wall of house number 111. Outside the crypt is a small glass door. If you are curious to look at, this place is nothing but a small limestone.
Young water, clouds of Ha Long Bay at the morning dew or when the sunset is all beautiful like a fairy. ten 8 experiences should try on Lan Ha Bay Ha Long stopped using plastic products to serve customers on the bay 16 165 km northeast of Hanoi, Ha Long Bay (Quang Ninh) is famous for its views of limestone islands and islands, which have been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site. Pictured is the seafood wholesale market in Hon Gai, located on the banks of the bay. At about 3 am, the boats after landing on the dock to the market so seafood here is always famous for its freshness.
Emerging from the ground like a giant sinking in quicksand, the hand was like a desperate plea for help. Arid land, sparse trees, the scenery in the Atacama desert, Northern Chile can make visitors easily associate with Mars when you first visit. This place is recognized by Guinness as the driest desert in the world, with an area of over 100,000 km2. Much of the desert is covered with the red and orange of rocky hills, stretches of sand ... Therefore, when you drive through this vast desert, sometimes you will lose direction because the four sides are all sand. Many people came to the middle of the desert and saw a stone structure, the shape of a hand rising in the sand was startled. They thought they had an illusion like those in a thirst that saw a vast lake. In fact, this work is completely real. It is called La Mano del Desierto (Hand of the desert), 11 m high, was built in the early 1980s and completed in 1992.
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