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400 year old maple tree in Japan

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The old maple tree in a temple on Mount Raizan (Fukuoka, Japan) attracts visitors to visit at the end of the year during the leaf changing season. The ancient Raizan Sennyo-ji Daihio Temple is home to ancient maple trees over 400 years old. The pagoda was built in 725,

7 world famous monolithic mountains

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Formed in prehistoric times due to volcanic eruptions and a series of tectonic changes, these giant rocks are now popular tourist attractions. Devil’s Tower: Located in northeastern Wyoming, the Devil’s Tower is America’s oldest national monument. This rock impresses with a grooved texture on the flat sides and top. According to Native

A boiling river can boil all living things

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The Shanay-timpishka river is believed by locals to be gushing from the giant snake god Yacumama. Shanay-timpishka is a boiling river deep in the Amazon rainforest, in Peru. The name of the river means “boiling with the heat of the sun”. The river is about 25 m wide and 6 m

Beautiful roads in the world when they come back

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Since around September, scenery on many roads around the world has brought a different color because of the coming autumn. Autumn can be seen as the most beautiful time of the year. The leaves often turn bright red or yellow. The climate is cool, suitable for road trip to mingle with

Newton’s apple tree, nearly 400 years old, still bears fruit

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In the front garden of the scientist’s Lincolnshire mansion, the famous apple tree – which supposedly helped Newton devise the law of universal gravity – still flowered, bearing fruit. Newton’s apple tree has a special place in the history of science. Legend has it that, in 1665, after graduating from