Sometimes the landscapes, under natural processes across time, form shapes which are beyond the human imagination. A sample of this is the meander route of the Colorado River in Page, Arizona of United States. It is bent in the form of a horse shoe and is located about 5 miles from the Glen Canyon Dam and the Lake Powell both of which are there in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
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One of the islands on the southern Pacific which currently has the least number of inhabitants is the Easter Islands or the Rapa Nui islands. It falls halfway to Tahiti and is the relic of an entire civilization which grew and got almost extinct. The Easter Island is surrounded by the archaeological remains of 108 stone statues which are called moai. Because of all these reasons the Easter Islands are included in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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When talking about the tourist attractions in China, how can one forget about the Wonder of the World, the Great Wall of China, which runs from the eastern to the western part of the country? The age of the Great Wall of China is 2000 years and it runs for 8,851.8 kilometres to protect the borders of China from nomadic infiltrators and other warring forces. The entire series of fortresses, which involve about 20 Chinese dynasties, is made of stone, stacked up damp earth, brick, wood, and other similar materials.
MORE PICTURES – The Great Wall of China