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Seven natural wonders of the world - 1. Brazil's amazon; 2. Vietnam's halong bay; 3. Argentina's iguazu falls; 4. South Korea's jeju island; 5. Indonesia's komodo national park; 6. The Philippines, puerto princesa subterranean river; 7. South Africa's table mountain. In our Life, must go to see it!

Seven natural wonders of the world - 1. Brazil's amazon; 2. Vietnam's halong bay; 3. Argentina's iguazu falls; 4. South Korea's jeju island; 5. Indonesia's komodo national park; 6. The Philippines, puerto princesa subterranean river; 7. South Africa's table mountain. In our Life, must go to see it!

Cape Town, South Africa * "Wandering re-establishes the original harmony which once existed between man and the universe" - Anatole France

Cape Town, South Africa * "Wandering re-establishes the original harmony which once existed between man and the universe" - Anatole France

Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa, with Table Mountain framing the bay.

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Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa, with Table Mountain framing the bay.

Cape Town, South Africa, night sky photo

Starry Vortex Takes Top Spot in Nightscapes Photo Contest

This photograph of Halley's Comet was taken Jan. 13, 1986, by James W. Young, resident astronomer of JPL's Table Mountain Observatory in the San Bernardino Mountains, using a 24-inch reflective telescope. Debris from Halley's Comet produces the Eta Aquarids meteor shower each May. Credit: NASA/JPL

This photograph of Halley's Comet was taken Jan. 13, 1986, by James W. Young, resident astronomer of JPL's Table Mountain Observatory in the San Bernardino Mountains, using a 24-inch reflective telescope. Debris from Halley's Comet produces the Eta Aquarids meteor shower each May. Credit: NASA/JPL

Victoria Fall in Africa is the largest waterfall in the world based on a width of 1.7 kilometers (1 mi) and height of 108 meters (360 ft), forming the largest sheet of falling water in the world but Angel Falls in Canaima National Park, Venezuela is the tallest waterfall in the world, drops nearly a kilometer (979 m.) from a table-top mountain known as Auyantepui or Devil’s Mountain.

Victoria Fall in Africa is the largest waterfall in the world based on a width of 1.7 kilometers (1 mi) and height of 108 meters (360 ft), forming the largest sheet of falling water in the world but Angel Falls in Canaima National Park, Venezuela is the tallest waterfall in the world, drops nearly a kilometer (979 m.) from a table-top mountain known as Auyantepui or Devil’s Mountain.

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