Is this a man made oasis? And what are those lines extending outwards from it. And what's with the purple circle. Is that water? Interesting structure nonetheless, especially since its in the middle of the Australian outback.
Gaberoun is an oasis with a large lake located in the municipality Sabha in the Libyan Sahara.
The old bedouin settlement by the western shore of the lake has been abandoned, and now lays in ruins. A rudimentary tourist camp is located on the northeastern shore, including an open tea patio, sleeping huts, and a souvenir shop (attended by a touareg in full costume) in the winter.<...
At 0:18AM local time here in Denmark worlds largest cruise ship MS Oasis of the Seas passed the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark after it left STX Europe, Shipbuilding in Turku, Finland the day before yesterday.
It's maiden voyage from Miami should be on december 1st. 2009.
It was a tough job for the captain to bring it through the bridge. The ship is 72 m (236 ft) hig...
Ghardaia, imbedded in the valley of the M'Zab wady* in the North of the Algerian Sahara, is the most significant of five oasis cities successively built starting in the early 11th century by M'Zabite Berbers (*wadys are rivers or torrents flowing at very irregular intervals).
Jointly given the name of "Pentapolis of M'Zab", the desert cities of Ghardaia, El Atteuf, Bou...
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