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It's in Vanuatu, a South Pacific Ocean nation made up of roughly 80 islands that stretch 1,300 kilometers. The islands offer scuba diving at coral reefs, underwater caverns and shipwrecks.


My advice would be to simply go to Crimea, despite what travel websites might say. Crimea currently has no active warzones or civil unrest, so there likelihood of getting into trouble shouldn't be any higher than anywhere else in Russia/Ukraine. Just because a territory is internationally disputed doesn't mean it's in the middle of active warfare. Four ...


That is the Ogden Point breakwater.


The Heron Tower (also known as the Salesforce Tower) is the 3rd tallest building in Greater London with a roof height of 202m, and has a restaurant & bar at 175m / 574ft called Duck and Waffle. Entry to the bar is free, and open to the public.


If you don't mind being outside, you can get some good views over most of London from some of the hills that surround it. Two good spots are Parliament Hill, in Hampstead, and Alexandra Palace, in Muswell Hill.


The Walkie-Talkie (20 Fenchurch St) is only the 13th-tallest building in London at 160m height, but it does have a free viewing gallery (height 155m): The famous enlarged glass dome of 20 Fenchurch Street is dedicated to three storeys of exquisitely landscaped public gardens and London’s most exclusive social spaces, including observation decks and an ...


This statue is in Heihe (黑河), Heilongjiang, China, on a riverside promenade on the south side of the Amur River, opposite the Russian city of Blagoveshchensk to the north. Here's a random visitor's album of other sights in the vicinity, and here are a few more views of the statue: ...


I think your question is too broad to be answered well but this has already been discussed on meta and apparently I was in a Christmas mood back then. However I think your question is not well-posed. First, climbing crags (national parks and parking fees apart) are openly accessible as part of climbing philosophy. I have heard of some cases in SE Asia ...


Gokyo Lake, Himalaya Mountains, Nepal. Sources: 1, 2, 3.


The 3 Gorges dam boat list is now operational. It can lift ships up to 3,000 tons up by 113 meters.


There are freight elevators capable of lifting army tanks. One such was used during WWII in Kansas City. It's still in operation.


Lake Quill, New Zealand. source: Microsoft Community


You can see 7 proper counties From Lowbury Hill on the Oxfordshire / Berkshire border: Oxfordshire lots Buckinghamshire Chilterns Berkshire watership down Hampshire Beacon hill Wiltshire near Coombe gibbit Gloucestershire Cotswolds Northamptonshire Musswell Hill.

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