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In the 17th and 18th centuries, the Kamchatsky Peninsula was settled by Cossack tribes and established a lasting presence there. Not Mongolia, but qualifies as an Asian locale. Source: Google Maps, fair use Their descendants are found there today and constitute a unique ethnic group. Source: Yuri Kozyrev, Far East Russia | Noor, fair use. The ...
Right next to Piedmont is Lombardy, where you'll also find many paddy fields. Indeed the province of Pavia and the geographical area known as Lomellina contain the most productive rice farmlands in Italy, according to this site (in Italian). Seeing the paddy fields is easy: all you have to do is drive along the A7 from Milan to Serravalle (no point going ...
You should travel to Southeast Asian countries like Thailand or Vietnam, Malaysia...
Made by nature and can be visited, declared an island in 2003 Noorderhaaks is just off the coast of the Netherlands, near Den Helder and Texel. There is no regular transport to the island but if you can find a 'private' boat you can get there. Noorderhaaks to the left, NASA - Screenshot from NASA World Wind, a public domain photo.
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