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Namibia

are a common volcanic feature, and they occur on many scales (because faster cooling produces smaller columns). Similar sites include: the flood basalts of the Columbia Plateau of eastern Washington state, the Prismas basálticos da costa sul de Santa María in Santa María, the Azores (Santa_Maria_Island), the Prismas Basálticos (Huasca de Ocampo#Prismas Basálticos) in Hidalgo, Mexico, the Los Tercios waterfall in Suchitoto, El Salvador, Fingal's Cave and the 'Kilt Rock' on Skye in Scotland, east coast of Suðuroy, the Faroes, Svartifoss in Iceland, Jusangjeolli in South Korea, the Garni gorge in Armenia, the Cyclopean Isles near Sicily, Devils Postpile National Monument in California, Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming, the Organ Pipes National Park just outside of Melbourne, Australia, the "Organ Pipes" formation on Mount Cargill in New Zealand, the "Rocha dos Bordões" formation in Flores, the Azores (Flores Island (Azores)), near Twyfelfontein in Namibia, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam Cape Stolbchatiy in Russia, Coloanele de bazalt in Racoş, Romania, Fingal Head in New South Wales, Australia, the Hong Kong National Geopark in High Island Reservoir in Hong Kong, and on St. Mary's Islands (St. Mary's Islands, Karnataka) on the west coast of India and in Riyom, Nigeria.


Northern Ireland

;''The Glasgow Herald'', 3 February 1988 Although the basaltic columns are impressive, they are not unique. Basalt columns are a common volcanic feature, and they occur on many scales (faster cooling produces smaller columns). Other notable sites include Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland, Fingal's Cave in Scotland, Titan's Piazza of the Mount Holyoke Range in Massachusetts, the Garni Gorge in Armenia, the Cyclopean Isles near Sicily, Sheepeater Cliff at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Prismas Basálticos (Huasca_de_Ocampo#Prismas_Bas.C3.A1lticos) in Huasca de Ocampo, Mexico, the "Organ Pipes" formation on Mount Cargill in New Zealand, Gilbert Hill in Mumbai, Organ Pipes National Park in Australia and the "Column Cape" (Russian: Mis Stolbchaty) on Kunashir Island, the southernmost of the Kuril Islands. Columnar basalt can also be seen in a high desert dry river falls area just north of Lajitas, Texas. The much more massive Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming is superficially similar but consists of a phonolite porphyry (Porphyry (geology)), formed by the intrusion of igneous rock. WikiPedia:Northern Ireland Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Northern Ireland commons:Northern Ireland


Romania

, they are not unique. Basalt columns (Columnar basalt) are a common volcanic feature, and they occur on many scales (because faster cooling produces smaller columns). Similar sites include: the flood basalts of the Columbia Plateau of eastern Washington state, the Prismas basálticos da costa sul de Santa María in Santa María, the Azores (Santa_Maria_Island), the Prismas Basálticos (Huasca de Ocampo#Prismas Basálticos) in Hidalgo, Mexico, the Los Tercios waterfall in Suchitoto, El Salvador, Fingal's Cave and the 'Kilt Rock' on Skye in Scotland, east coast of Suðuroy, the Faroes, Svartifoss in Iceland, Jusangjeolli in South Korea, the Garni gorge in Armenia, the Cyclopean Isles near Sicily, Devils Postpile National Monument in California, Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming, the Organ Pipes National Park just outside of Melbourne, Australia, the "Organ Pipes" formation on Mount Cargill in New Zealand, the "Rocha dos Bordões" formation in Flores, the Azores (Flores Island (Azores)), near Twyfelfontein in Namibia, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam Cape Stolbchatiy in Russia, Coloanele de bazalt in Racoş, Romania, Fingal Head in New South Wales, Australia, the Hong Kong National Geopark in High Island Reservoir in Hong Kong, and on St. Mary's Islands (St. Mary's Islands, Karnataka) on the west coast of India and in Riyom, Nigeria. '''Edirne''' is a city in Eastern Thrace, the northwestern part of Turkey, close to the borders with Greece and Bulgaria. Edirne served as the capital city of the Ottoman Empire from 1365 to 1453, before Constantinople (Istanbul) became the empire's new capital. At present, Edirne is the capital of the Edirne Province in Turkish Thrace (East Thrace). The city's estimated population in 2010 was 138,793, up from 119,298 in 2000. It has consulates of Bulgaria, Germany (Honorary), Greece, Romania (Honorary) and Slovakia (Honorary). Its sister cities are Haskovo and Yambol in Bulgaria and Alexandroupolis in Greece. There is a Jewish community. Avotaynu: the international review of Jewish genealogy, Volume 14, G. Mokotoff, 1998, p. 40. By nation and culture The system is widely practiced in schools across Brazil, which Richard Feynman sharply criticized,


Vietnam

In 1863, Cambodia under king Norodom (Norodom of Cambodia) became a protectorate of France. In October 1887, the French (France) announced the formation of the ''Union Indochinoise'' (Union of Indochina (French Indochina)), which at that time comprised Cambodia, already an autonomous


New Zealand

and ecosystems are resilient, the danger of losing them is that humans cannot recreate many ecosystem functions through technological innovation. Wikipedia:New Zealand Commons:Category:New Zealand Dmoz:Regional Oceania New Zealand


Argentina

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Australia

Class . Similar structures Although the basaltic columns of the Giant's Causeway are impressive, they are not unique. Basalt columns (Columnar basalt) are a common volcanic feature, and they occur on many scales (because faster cooling produces smaller columns). Similar sites include: the flood basalts of the Columbia Plateau of eastern Washington state, the Prismas basálticos da costa sul de Santa María in Santa María, the Azores (Santa_Maria_Island), the Prismas Basálticos (Huasca de Ocampo#Prismas Basálticos) in Hidalgo, Mexico, the Los Tercios waterfall in Suchitoto, El Salvador, Fingal's Cave and the 'Kilt Rock' on Skye in Scotland, east coast of Suðuroy, the Faroes, Svartifoss in Iceland, Jusangjeolli in South Korea, the Garni gorge in Armenia, the Cyclopean Isles near Sicily, Devils Postpile National Monument in California, Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming, the Organ Pipes National Park just outside of Melbourne, Australia, the "Organ Pipes" formation on Mount Cargill in New Zealand, the "Rocha dos Bordões" formation in Flores, the Azores (Flores Island (Azores)), near Twyfelfontein in Namibia, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam Cape Stolbchatiy in Russia, Coloanele de bazalt in Racoş, Romania, Fingal Head in New South Wales, Australia, the Hong Kong National Geopark in High Island Reservoir in Hong Kong, and on St. Mary's Islands (St. Mary's Islands, Karnataka) on the west coast of India and in Riyom, Nigeria. Similar structures Although the basaltic columns of the Giant's Causeway are impressive, they are not unique. Basalt columns (Columnar basalt) are a common volcanic feature, and they occur on many scales (because faster cooling produces smaller columns). Similar sites include: the flood basalts of the Columbia Plateau of eastern Washington state, the Prismas basálticos da costa sul de Santa María in Santa María, the Azores (Santa_Maria_Island), the Prismas Basálticos (Huasca de Ocampo#Prismas Basálticos) in Hidalgo, Mexico, the Los Tercios waterfall in Suchitoto, El Salvador, Fingal's Cave and the 'Kilt Rock' on Skye in Scotland, east coast of Suðuroy, the Faroes, Svartifoss in Iceland, Jusangjeolli in South Korea, the Garni gorge in Armenia, the Cyclopean Isles near Sicily, Devils Postpile National Monument in California, Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming, the Organ Pipes National Park just outside of Melbourne, Australia, the "Organ Pipes" formation on Mount Cargill in New Zealand, the "Rocha dos Bordões" formation in Flores, the Azores (Flores Island (Azores)), near Twyfelfontein in Namibia, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam Cape Stolbchatiy in Russia, Coloanele de bazalt in Racoş, Romania, Fingal Head in New South Wales, Australia, the Hong Kong National Geopark in High Island Reservoir in Hong Kong, and on St. Mary's Islands (St. Mary's Islands, Karnataka) on the west coast of India and in Riyom, Nigeria. '''Charles Yelverton O'Connor''' CMG (Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George) (11 January 1843 Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


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Russia

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India

. The Orchids, Natural History and Classification, Robert L. Dressler. ISBN 0-674-87526-5 Similar structures Although the basaltic columns of the Giant's Causeway are impressive, they are not unique. Basalt columns (Columnar basalt) are a common volcanic feature, and they occur on many scales (because faster cooling produces smaller columns). Similar sites include: the flood basalts of the Columbia Plateau of eastern Washington state, the Prismas basálticos da costa sul de Santa María in Santa María, the Azores (Santa_Maria_Island), the Prismas Basálticos (Huasca de Ocampo#Prismas Basálticos) in Hidalgo, Mexico, the Los Tercios waterfall in Suchitoto, El Salvador, Fingal's Cave and the 'Kilt Rock' on Skye in Scotland, east coast of Suðuroy, the Faroes, Svartifoss in Iceland, Jusangjeolli in South Korea, the Garni gorge in Armenia, the Cyclopean Isles near Sicily, Devils Postpile National Monument in California, Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming, the Organ Pipes National Park just outside of Melbourne, Australia, the "Organ Pipes" formation on Mount Cargill in New Zealand, the "Rocha dos Bordões" formation in Flores, the Azores (Flores Island (Azores)), near Twyfelfontein in Namibia, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam, Gành Đá Đĩa in Vietnam Cape Stolbchatiy in Russia, Coloanele de bazalt in Racoş, Romania, Fingal Head in New South Wales, Australia, the Hong Kong National Geopark in High Island Reservoir in Hong Kong, and on St. Mary's Islands (St. Mary's Islands, Karnataka) on the west coast of India and in Riyom, Nigeria. Worldwide around 925 million people are chronically hungry due to extreme poverty, while up to 2 billion people lack food security intermittently due to varying degrees of poverty (source: FAO, 2010). Six million children die of hunger every year – 17,000 every day. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


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