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|Hakkeijima Sea Paradise is an beautiful artificial island outside of the Tokyo Bay. There's a roller coaster over the sea will drive you crazy totally upside down. And 107m Free Fall "Blue Fall" is also an exciting facility on the island.||10/28/2006||697|
|The larggest fall in China. width:20m(40m in summer) height:60m||11/09/2006||2,307|
|Nevada Fall is a 594' high waterfall located on the Merced River in Yosemite National Park in California.||01/24/2007||1,902|
|Tivoli Friheden is the amusement park in Aarhus at the Marselisborg Forest.|
Main attractions are the Cobra rollercoaster, open april 2008) and the Sky Tower.
Experience the REAL free fall! From the top of the tower – 40 metres – you have a perfect view of the Aarhus bay before you jump down 30 metres with 90 km/hour – without a wire!
After the fall ...
|Gröna Lund |
At first it was a leafy garden; hence the name Gröna Lund ("green grove"). In the eighteenth century, it was a pub numbering Carl Michael Bellman among its regular guests. Since 1883, it has been an amusement park.
Gröna Lund is as pretty and as unusual as its name would imply. Situated on the island of Djurgården, the park's reflection glitters on t...
|Bjurbole is the biggest recent meteorite fall found in Finland so far. This meteorite broke into many pieces when it hits the sea ice in the gulf of Finland, on the 12 March 1899. |
328 kg of material were recovered from 8 meters deep (0.4 meter ice 0.5 meter water and 7 meters mud) by divers. The meteorite had made a 4 meter wide hole in the ice, and mud was spread over a 24 x 33 m wide...
|Angel Falls is the Longest free fall of water in the world.|
At 979 meters high, it is 15 times higher than Niagara.
Angel Falls is located in the Guayana highlands, Venezuela.
The falls are named after Jimmy Angel, a bush pilot who first saw the falls in 1933 while searching for a gold ore bed.
The tallest non permanent waterfall in the world is the Catira which is f...
|The Giant Drop at Dreamworld, near Coomera, Queensland, Australia, drops vertically from a height of 119 m (390 ft), giving riders five seconds of free fall time before being brought to a halt by electromagnetic brakes. The ride, which is as tall as a 30-storey building, opened on December 26, 1998, and cost AU$12 million (£4.5 million or US7.4 million).|
|This is the place where the wall fall!||08/22/2005||837|
|Here you can see how people prepare to harvest.|
As soon as some rain will fall ...
|You see the Horseshoe Fall in full flow before the weir was made in 1942 to tame the flow.||09/24/2014||418|
|This is the annual rain fall in florida.||10/20/2005||481|