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Mountains and glaciers are made of salt

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Over millions of years, under the impact of geological changes, salt gradually accumulates, becoming giant hills and glaciers in many lands around the world. The Persian Gulf in the ancient Indian Ocean was a vast area covered in water. Much of the Arabian peninsula in southern and western Iran is

Hundred year old pigeon tower in Iran

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Pigeons, or rather their droppings, were once a precious resource in Iran. The people of this country built 18 meters high towers to feed thousands of pigeons. During the 16th and 17th centuries, especially during the reign of the Safavid dynasty, the Iranians built many pigeon towers. Pigeons are domesticated not

The tribe has men with bold makeup to attract women

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Taking place once a year, the Gerewol Festival is the only opportunity for single men to find their mates. They usually spend 6 hours doing elaborate makeup, before the festival. The Wodaabe tribe is a gathering of nomadic herders in the desert regions of Africa. The main economic activity of the

The glacial collapse is at the ends of the Earth

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Perito Moreno glacier is considered one of the famous destinations, attracting tourists in the Glacier National Park in Patagonia, the end of the world. Perito Moreno is one of 48 glaciers belonging to the longest mountain range system in the Andes, taking its source of ice mainly from Patagonia. The

The park ended like an apocalypse after 15 years of being abandoned

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Six Flags used to be a busy amusement park in New Orleans, USA. However, since it was flooded due to the effects of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, it has been abandoned to this day. Six Flags theme park was engulfed in flood waters as a result of Hurricane Katrina in