And it looks so good! It´s Africa!
situated in the north of Botswana, this place (18km2!) is an open-field "mine" of salt. It´s the quantity of salt and microorganisms in the water witch produce those differences of colours.
built in 1991, by the company Soda Ash Botswana, this place produce 300 000Tons of soda and 650 000Tons of salt, each year.
The lake is ...
A Morton Salt logo. About Morton Salt Girl:
Morton Salt Girl - The company mascot for the Morton Salt Company since the early 1900s. The idea for the Morton Salt Girl (who has never been given a name) came about when the company began adding magnesium carbonate to their salt product in 1911. This additive kept the moisture level at a minimum and promoted a freer flowing salt product. ...
This is the second biggest opensky mine in the world, this mine have been used for two thousand years ago by Romans, and nowadays it's used by the NASA because the terrain is such as Mars, the dam you can see at the north of the mine are contamined waters.
Lake Peigneur is a shallow, now salt-water, lake near New Iberia, Louisiana that was the location of an unusual man-made catastrophe on November 21, 1980. Beneath the lake, there was both the Diamond Crystal Salt Mine and Texaco's oil drilling occurring concurrently.
The generally accepted cause of the disaster is that a miscalculated oil probe punctured the roof of a salt shaft,...
Guérande is a city of c. 10,000 inhabitants, located on the Guérande peninsula, 80 km west of Nantes and 6 km north of La Baule, the most important sea resort in the area.
The city is still surrounded by walls built in the XIV-XVth centuries. On 12 April 1365 was signed in Guérande the treaty which ended the Breton Succession War. In 1488, duchess Ann of Brittany signed in Guéran...
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