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Angel Falls – Venezuela

Angel Falls – Venezuela

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The Angel Falls of Venezuela is better known as the highest uninterrupted waterfall of the world which falls from a height of 979 metres and takes a plunge of 807 metres. The mountain from which the water falls is called the Auyantepui Mountain which is there in the Canaima National Park. The mountain is also called a tepui as it resembles a flat table top.

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Havasu Falls – Grand Canyon – Arizona – USA

Havasu Falls – Grand Canyon – Arizona – USA

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Looking at the beauties of nature, it seems they are the creations of some master designer or craftsman. After visiting the Havasu Falls of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA, this thought gets further strengthened. It is because of the striking beauty of the blue waters freely falling from about 100 feet in between red rocks makes the Havasu falls the most visited and beautiful part of the Grand Canyon.

The Havasu falls are located at a distance of 1.5 miles from Supai in Arizona, USA. The water which falls from a height of about 90 to 100 feet then gets collected in a pool which has a white sandy beach and lots of cottonwood trees which give a warm shade and a nice place to relax. The look of the place seems to be like an oasis in the dry Arizona.

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Dunnottar Castle – Scotland

Dunnottar Castle – Scotland

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The castles and fortresses are known to be monuments which protect in themselves the rich cultural pasts of the lands they belong to. Even in the face of ruins they stand upright. A prominent example of such romanticism is the Dunnottar Castle of Scotland which buries in its walls many stories of Scotland’s valour and richness.

Built on a cliff, upon the North Sea, the remains of the Dunnottar Castle grace the north east coast of Scotland at a distance of 3 kilometres from Stonehaven. The part of the castle that stands today is known to be dating back to the 15th or 16th centuries. However, as per history the actual fortification of the castle had started in the earlier half of the middle ages.

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