Aogashima – volcanic island – Japan
Being a super power, much is talked about Japan, its geography, people, culture, tourism, their hard work, toil, and so on. Yet not all is known, because still not many people are aware of the Aogashima tropical islands of Japan where some people still prefer to live within the crater of a volcano. The Aogashima volcanic island is located on the Philippine Sea and though situated at a distance of 358 kilometres from the capital of the country; the administrative powers of the island still lie with Tokyo.
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Allianz Arena – Munich – Germany
If you claim yourself to be a football fan then not knowing about the Allianz Arena football stadium of the north Munich, Germany is a shame to the game. With a seating capacity of 70,000 people, it is the third largest football stadium of Germany and is known to be one of the most modern ones across Europe. Allianz Arena is also home to two of the established football clubs of Germany, namely FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munchen. Since 2005-06, both these two clubs now play their home games in this stadium after playing in the Munich Olympic Stadium from 1972.
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Crystalline Turquoise Lake – Jiuzhaigou National Park – China
Have any one of you ever been to a fairyland? If not then, I am sure you have not yet paid a visit to the Crystalline Turquoise Lake in the Jiuzhaigou National Park of China. The best part of this destination is that it is hard to believe that one of the most populated countries of the world hides such a virgin and pure place like this. It is in order to preserve this natural beauty of Jiuzhaigou National Park that the Chinese government has turned it in to a nature reserve which draws loads of tourists to the northern part of Sichuan in China.
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