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20 cozy European towns most tourists don’t know about

Apart from the famous resorts and popular tourist destinations, there are quite a few well-hidden corners of the world. They are no less enchanting and ready to offer visitors a perfect holiday experience than any other well-known residence. With this article, LikeAble will show you where to go if you’re looking for a delightful and leisurely vacation. Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republi

This Village Without Roads Is Straight Out Of A Fairytale Book

If you ever wanted to live your own fairy-tale, you may want to consider moving to the village Giethoorn. Also known as “Venice of the Netherlands”, this magical village founded around 1230 is the kind most people could only dream of… It has no roads or any modern transportation at all, only canals. Well, and 176 bridges too. Tourists have to leave their cars outside of the village and tr

There’s a ‘Desert’ in The Middle of The Pacific, And We Now Know What Lives There

In the centre of the South Pacific, there's a place as far away from land as anyone on Earth could ever hope to get. The ocean is different there. These distant waters lie at the heart of the South Pacific Gyre, the centre of which holds the 'oceanic pole of inaccessibility': the ocean's remotest extreme, aka Point Nemo (a name meaning 'no-one'), famous otherwise for being a spacecraft cemetery

No one has been able to capture this 3,200-year-old tree in one image before – until now

California’s redwood forests are known for their gigantic trees, but one magnificent tree in particular really stands out. On the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains stands the world’s third largest tree in terms of volume. Locals call it “The President.” “The President” is far from being the world’s tallest tree, but still, it measures 247 feet (75 m) tall. I

We Asked Photographers From All Around The World To Showcase The Beauty Of Nature, And Here Are The Best 30 Entries

Breathtaking shots from international photographers display the incredible beauty of Mother Earth: from tiny insects to majestic landscapes, discover the #Nature2019 finalists below. These photos from all different the corners of the world have been selected among more than 13,513 submissions in the #Nature2019 photo contest by AGORA images, a free-to-use photography app that has been rewarding

32 Photos Of Nature Winning The Battle Against Civilization (New Pics)

We can think that we're leaving our mark on the Earth as much as we want, but it's only temporary. With time, Mother Nature reclaims its lost territories and there's not much we can do about it. Has compiled a list of photos of abandoned cars, buildings, and even entire towns that are losing their battles against disappearing into their natural surroundings, and you don't have to be an urban explo

Photographer And His Wife Plant 2 Million Trees In 20 Years To Restore A Destroyed Forest And Even The Animals Have Returned

According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, 129 million hectares of forest, an area almost equivalent in size to South Africa, have been lost from the Earth forever since 1990. An area roughly the size of the country of Panama is being lost each and every year. With some 15 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions come from deforestation, and countless species of plants

Higashimokoto Shibazakura Park 2019

Eastern Hokkaido is amazingly gorgeous with its breathtaking flower parks and gardens in spring. It does not only offer you to see stunning cherry blossom but also other flowers such as tulips and shibazakura (moss phlox). Takinoue Shibazakura Park, Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park, and Higashimokoto Shibazakura Park are the most valued flower kingdoms you could visit in this area. Often many people who

The 2018 Winners Of The Landscape Photographer Of The Year Awards Are Announced, Here Are 103 Of The Best

Just in case you ever needed a reminder that our planet is a stunningly beautiful place, the fifth annual Landscape Photographer of the Year competition winners have been announced and they don't disappoint. Selected from a field of nearly 3000 entries taken by 863 photographers, the judges had the difficult task of narrowing them down to eventual winners. The overall photographer of the year,

Photographer And His Wife Plant 2 Million Trees In 20 Years To Restore A Destroyed Forest And Even The Animals Have Returned

According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, 129 million hectares of forest, an area almost equivalent in size to South Africa, have been lost from the Earth forever since 1990. An area roughly the size of the country of Panama is being lost each and every year. With some 15 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions come from deforestation, and countless species of plants

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