A map overlay of the Milford Track in New Zealand. The Milford Track (53.5 kilometres) is in the heart of spectacular Fiordland National Park, part of the Te Wāhipounamu - South West New Zealand World Heritage Area.
Tour venues for the 2005 British and Irish Lions rugby tour. Includes:
Rotorua International Stadium (June 4 v Bay of Plenty)
Yarrow Stadium, New Plymouth (June 8 v Taranaki)
Waikato Stadium, Hamilton (June 11 v NZ Maori)
Westpac Stadium, Wellington (June 15 v Wellington)
Carisbrook, Dunedin (June 18 v Otago)
Rugby Park Stadium, Invercargill (June 21 v ...
Fiordland is a National Park in south-west New Zealand, where several Fiords, also called Sounds, face the Tasman Sea, surrounded by thousands of feets and meters of steep cliffs, irrigated by many large and small waterfalls surrounded by stunningly beautiful natural formations and botanical growth.
As for animal and plant life, many natural habitats are said to be almost completely ...
The world famous National Park-Taroko National Park, in the north-eastern part of the Taiwan island, faces the Pacific Ocean on the east and covers an area of more than 92000 hectares in the northern section of the Central Mountain Range. The Park is 36 kilometers from north to south and 42 kilometers from east to west.
Yushan is the highest mountain in the eastern Asia. It's elevation is 3952m.
Yushan National Park is located in the Central Mountain Range of Taiwan. Centering around Jade Mountain Main Peak, the park covers a vast area of over 105,000 hectares spread out over the four counties of Nantou, Chiayi, Kaohsiung and Hualien. It is a typical subtropical mount...
The Kruger National Park is one of the world's iconic wildlife reserves. It is now part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, a "peace park" which sits astride the borders of South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The Kruger Park layers include:
- national park and reserve borders, including historical borders so you can see how the park has grown
- safari lodges, res...
In the early 12th century, Saint-Omer was an important port in western Flanders. However receding sea gradually cut it off from the English Channel, resulting in the construction of a canal to the new coast at what is now Gravelines. The name is derived from the Flemish grave linghe, meaning Count's Canal. The new town became heavily fortified as it guarded the western borders of Spanish territ...
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