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San Gil

, such as rafting (grade 1-5), kayaking, hiking, and caving. Local companies offer rafting packages through various rivers depending on skill level. “Parque el Gallineral” is a popular destination with its characteristic moss-covered trees resembling beards. It has a small

entrance fee. The park has a number of paths running through its 10-acre area and by the city’s main river, “Rio Fonce”. The park’s name comes from the 1867 characteristic “gallinero” trees planted throughout the whole


Široki Brijeg

sea level, while its area is known as "lower Herzegovina". Almost the entire northern part of the municipality itself, however, belongs to "high Herzegovina", the highest point being the ''Bile stine'' ("White Rocks") near Donji Crnač. Climate Široki Brijeg has mild submediterranean-mountain climate. Winters are chilly and often very cold. Summers are warm. Relief The wider area of the municipality of Široki Brijeg is located on the characteristic

, complex structural forms known as the "high karst zone" in geologic terms. The basic characteristic is the rocky limestone relief in various karst forms (sinks, caves, sinkholes, karst fields, etc.), as well as deeply cut valleys with occasional torrents flows. The Široki Brijeg area is located on the direction of tectonic units Rakitno-Hrgud and spreads over Rakitno, Vardi mountains, Mostarsko Blato, Rotimlje and Hrgud to Trebišnjica in the southeast. The area is made-up

of the town with Partisans ostensibly reburied beneath it. On 3 May 2013 the monument was removed to explore the mass grave, revealing the remains of 95 people. Post Bosnian war for independence On 24th July 2014, Široki Brijeg officially became a city, together with Zenica, Bihać


Lüderitz

Bay and Swakopmund in Namibia, bordering on the desert, are the main settlements in the area. *Keetmanshoop – Johann Keetman (German trader) *Lüderitz – Adolf Lüderitz *Schuckmannsburg – Bruno von Schuckmann A further characteristic of the Region is the harbour town of Lüderitz and its fishing and boat building industry, the diamond areas along the coast, both on and off shore, with Oranjemund as the main centre, mining enterprises in the southern part of Namibia

(Klein Karas area, Rosh Pinah), the Kudu Gas field in the Atlantic Ocean near Lüderitz and small-scale industries in Lüderitz and Keetmanshoop. A further characteristic of the Region is the harbour town of Lüderitz and its fishing and boat building industry, the diamond areas along the coast, both on and off shore, with Oranjemund as the main centre, mining enterprises in the southern part of Namibia (Klein Karas area, Rosh Pinah), the Kudu Gas field


Ashburn, Ontario

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Rossendale

the Pennines southwards to Manchester and cut through the moorland which is characteristic of the area. It was given the designation of "forest" in medieval times denoting a hunting reserve. The larger settlements grew into market towns, typically through the late Middle Ages. Farming and a cottage (cottage industry) woollen industry developed during the reign of Henry VIII (Henry VIII of England), but Rossendale's population only really expanded during the period

is characteristic of the area, despite the ancient designation of "forest". north of Ramsbottom,


Kolašin

in the garden, are characteristic for the areas of Durmitor, Bjelasica, Prokletije, and Sinjajevina. Healing herbs, forest fruits, and endangered species are found in this garden which beside the scientific has also an educational purpose because students of biology from this region visit it. * Visit the '''canyon of Mrtvica ''' * '''Monastir Moraca''' (about 15km away from the city) Do * '''Winter tourism'''. Ski center organizes transport to the ski center with their own busses. Kolasin


Lishui

960-1368). The most characteristic local dishes are Jade Mutton Roll, Shan Fen Ball, Anren Fish with Bean-curd and Xian Cai Hot Pot. See also * List of people from Lishui * She Ethnicity (She people) References *


Qaqortoq

in the Qaqortoq area around 2,800 years ago. South Greenland history begins with the arrival of the Norse in the late


Pebble Beach, California

, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Big Sur is about a to the north, respectively. Geology Pebble Beach owes much of its picturesque qualities to the granitic rock (granite) outcroppings visible along the coast. These are characteristic of the Salinian Block, a geologic province which runs from the Baja

in 1993, he became incapacitated and died in Pebble Beach (Pebble Beach, California), California. ''Candid Camera'' continued with his son, Peter Funt, as host. In its native range, Monterey Pine is associated with a characteristic flora and fauna. It is the co-dominant canopy tree together with ''Cupressus macrocarpa'' which naturally occurs only in coastal Monterey County.


Sodankylä

environment for both the active hiker and the person seeking peace, space and silence. Vast forests, unspoiled wild nature, wide open aapa mires and rugged fells of Northern Lapland in particular, are characteristic to this area. The Luosto ski resort is in the municipality. Get in There are no airports or railway stations in Sodankylä, so the only way to get in is by road, i.e. by car or bus. Buses along highway 4 (E75) between Rovaniemi and Ivalo stop in Sodankylä, and the distance


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