Tubbataha Reef Natural Park (World Heritage)

Tubbataha Reef Natural Park (World Heritage)

Tubbataha Reef Nature Park, the reef system with its unique underwater world in the approximately 332 km² national park is located in the Sulu Sea and consists of two atolls. In the center of the two reefs are shallow, sandy lagoons, an ideal habitat for stingrays and turtles. Tubbataha is considered to be one of the most beautiful reef landscapes in the world. The dive sites already enthusiastic JY Cousteau…

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Bahrain History Timeline

Bahrain History Timeline

Bahrain is an Arab state in the Persian Gulf which consists of 36 islands between Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Its area is 665 km² the size of Falster. There is also the country’s highest point, Jabal ad Dukhan, which is 122 meters above sea level. The island of Bahrain also has a 25 km long road connection to Saudi Arabia via dams and bridges. The main island is known for approx.…

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Indonesia History Timeline

Indonesia History Timeline

According to constructmaterials.com, Indonesia is a country in Southeast Asia, consisting of the world’s largest archipelago, and the six main islands Sumatra, Java, Sulawesi, Bali, Kalimantan and Irian Jayasamt 13,677 smaller islands. About 3,000 of the islands are inhabited and extend over a volcanic area of ​​almost 5,000 km. Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago. The country is a member of ASEAN. The country covers only 1.3 per cent. of…

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Sagarmatha National Park – Mount Everest (World Heritage)

Sagarmatha National Park - Mount Everest (World Heritage)

The approximately 1150 km² national park is located in the midst of a magnificent mountain landscape with the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest (8850 m). In the lower areas there are numerous Sherpa settlements and monasteries. The park is a habitat for many rare animal species, such as B. the snow leopard. Sagarmatha National Park – Mount Everest: Facts Official title: Sagarmatha National Park (Mount Everest) Natural monument:…

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World Heritage Sites and Cities in Myanmar

Historic cities of the Pyu (World Heritage)

Historic cities of the Pyu (World Heritage) Pyu, name for one of the first advanced civilizations in Southeast Asia. UNESCO recognized their role by appointing the first World Heritage Site in Myanmar (Burma) in 2014. These are the remains of the three fortified and moated cities of Halin, Beikthano and Sri Ksetra, which lie in the vast irrigated landscapes of the Irrawaddy (Ayeyarwady) river basin. With over 2000 kilometers in…

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Turkmenistan Geography

Merw Ruins (World Heritage)

Turkmenistan, Turkmenia, officially Turkmen Turkmenistan Respublikasy, German Republic of Turkmenistan, state in southwest Central Asia with (2019) 5.9 million residents; The capital is Ashkhabad. Location Turkmenistan borders the Caspian Sea to the west, Kazakhstan to the northwest, Uzbekistan to the north, northeast and east, Afghanistan to the south and Iran to the southwest. Turkmenistan is predominantly occupied by the Turan lowlands (almost four fifths of the country), which stretches between…

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Cambodia Population and Environment

Cambodia Travel

TERRITORY: HUMAN GEOGRAPHY The population of Cambodia has been assuming, from the very beginning, a very strong and unique character of ethnic-linguistic homogeneity in the SE Asia: 85.2% of it is made up, in fact, of Khmer, who came down, starting from the century. III a. C., in the plains of the Mekong and Tonle Sap, up to the coastal areas. They progressively assimilated the Mon, settled on the Annamite…

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Laso Environment and Culture

Laso Environment and Culture

TERRITORY: ENVIRONMENT On the reliefs a luxuriant forest thickens with many precious essences, while in the lower and drier areas the savannah is widespread . The forest is home to remarkable flora and fauna. However, the massive cutting of trees, which has always been a source of wood for heating, for the increase of arable land, and more recently for commercial purposes, is causing serious deforestation. According to the ASEAN…

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Vietnam Economy

Vietnam Economy

Agriculture Despite industrial growth and the decreasing importance of agriculture, Vietnam is still an agricultural country. In 2016, 41.9% of the workforce was employed in the agricultural sector, which contributed 16.3% to the creation of GDP. rice is by far the most important staple food and is grown on around 45% of the agricultural area. Vietnam developed into the largest rice exporter and the second largest coffee exporter in the…

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Delhi, India

Delhi, India

Delhi [ de ː li], the city in northern India, the south, since 1912 erbauter district New Delhi (New Delhi) , the capital of India ‘s; (2011) 11.0 million residents. The 1,483 km 2 capital territory of Delhi has a total of 16.3 million residents (2011). According to zipcodesexplorer, Delhi is 215 m above sea level on the Yamuna, on the western edge of the Doab, a flat intermediate river…

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