10 Wonders of Nature

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10 Wonders of Nature
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Hello to all users of 20 Minutes. Here you can vote for the most wonderful site created by Mother Nature and not by people. Thanks to all of you we can see which is the best place in the World of nature and the most beautiful. , comment and have fun.

TOP 10:

Bay of Fundy

Bay of Fundy
Fundy Bay is an arm of the sea located on the Atlantic coast of Canada, at the northern tip of the Gulf of Maine, between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. It is 270 km long and an average width of 80 km.

TOP 9:

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon (in English: the Grand Canyon) also known in Spanish as the Colorado Canyon, is a colorful and rugged gorge carved by the Colorado River in northern Arizona, United States. The Canyon is considered one of the natural wonders of the world and is located mostly within the Grand Canyon National Park (one of the first Natural Parks in the United States). President Theodore Roosevelt was the greatest promoter of the Grand Canyon area, visiting him on numerous occasions to hunt pumas or to enjoy the impressive landscape.

TOP 8:

Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world. The reef is located in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland northeast of Australia, southeast of western New Guinea and south of Papua New Guinea. The reef, which extends over 2600 kilometers in length, can be distinguished from space.

TOP 7:

Cenote Dos Ojos

Cenote Dos Ojos
Underwater cave located in Mexico.It has crystal clear waters where many people come to bathe in this beautiful underwater cave.

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Macchu Picchu

Macchu Picchu
Machu Picchu (from the southern Quechua machu pikchu, "Monta帽a Vieja") is the contemporary name given to a llaqta (ancient Inca Andean town) built mainly in the mid-fifteenth century on the rocky promontory that joins the Machu Picchu mountains and Huayna Picchu on the eastern slope of the Central Andes, south of Peru. Its original name would have been Picchu or Picho.1

TOP 5:

Jump The Usero

Jump The Usero
Natural Park located in Murcia, Bullas. With very white and transparent waters. Very similar to a cave.

TOP 4:

Roraima Mountain

Roraima Mountain
Mount Roraima, also known as Tepuy Roraima or Cerro Roraima, with 2,810 meters above sea level, is the highest point in the chain of Tepui plateaus (tabular mountains) of the Sierra de Pacaraima, in South America. Described for the first time by the English explorer Sir Walter Raleigh in 1596, its 31 km虏 of area at the top are defended by cliffs 400 meters high on all sides. The mountain includes the triple point of the border between Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana.

TOP 3:

Angel jump

Angel jump
The Angel Falls (Kerepakupai Ven谩 in Pem贸n, which means 芦jump from the deepest place禄) is the highest waterfall in the world, with a height of 979 m (807 m of uninterrupted fall), 1 2 generated from the Auyantepuy. It is located in the Canaima National Park, in the state of Bol铆var, Venezuela.

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Blue hole

Blue hole
A blue hole (in English, blue hole) is an underwater cave or sink. They are also called vertical caves. The blue holes are almost circular, with steep walls, and named for the dramatic contrast between the dark blue of the deep waters and the lighter blue of the shallow waters around them. Water circulation is poor, and its waters are commonly anoxic below a certain depth; This environment is unfavorable for most maritime life, but nevertheless, it can allow the life of a large number of bacteria. The deepest blue hole in the world is Dean's Blue Hole and has a depth of 202 meters. It is located in a bay west of Clarence Town on Long Island, in the Bahamas. The deepest blue holes after Dean's hole are only 100-120 meters deep.

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Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls
The Iguazu Falls are located in the Province of Misiones, in the Iguaz煤 National Park, Argentina, and in the Igua莽u National Park of the state of Paran谩, Brazil; They are also close to the border between Paraguay and Argentina, just 13.8 km in a straight line. On November 11, 2011, they were provisionally chosen as one of the "Seven Natural Wonders of the World." These waterfalls are formed by 275 jumps up to 80 m high, fed by the flow of the Iguazu River. You can take boat rides under the jumps and walks along trails appreciating some animals of the semitropical jungle. A separate show is its highest flow jump and, with 80 m, also the highest: the Devil's throat, which can be enjoyed in all its majesty from just 50 m, crossing the walkways that leave from Puerto Canoas, which It is reached using the ecological train service. The border between the two countries passes through this jump.