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Family-friendly fun in South Carolina

South Carolina offers a wide variety of family-friendly vacation opportunities. Here are some of the many South Carolina destinations that will make your next family vacation one to remember.

Myrtle Beach

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Amazing Places…Soca Turquoise River

Near the summit of Mount Triglav originates Soca river, whose waters lighten the sky. It stretches in the two countries – Slovenia and Italy. Like a winding turquoise snake river holds its way slowness 138 kilometers. Its depth varies from one to one and a half meters, width – 20 meters. Soca is the end point of the Gulf of Trieste Adriatic Sea. The object is very popular among tourists. In addition to spectacular views of travelers offering rafting, kayaking, canyoning, etc.

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Nice view of the Earth from Space

Everyone will find your picture and place, character and soul. It’s really very nice and charmingly. And if it’s really like to see from orbit, so in general the spirit of intercepts, probably. But this is known only to astronauts.

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20 Reasons you Should Visit Serbia

Serbia is a sovereign state situated at the crossroads between Central and Southeast Europe, covering the southern part of the Pannonian Plain and the central Balkans. Serbia is landlocked and borders Hungary to the north; Romania and Bulgaria to the east; Macedonia to the south; and Croatia, Bosnia, and Montenegro to the west; it also claims a border with Albania through the disputed territory of Kosovo. The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is one of the largest cities in Southeast Europe.

The Danube River is totally not worth visiting.

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8 Relict Forests of the World, Which Will Soon Disappear

Forests are home to 80% of all life on earth. Flora and fauna may vary from one array to another, one thing remains unchanged – a constant evolution. Furthermore, it is the forest, not only supply us with the raw materials used in dozens of industries, but also the air. Our forests are on the brink of destruction. Many factors contribute to this. Chief among them – a man. Not everyone understands the danger that we create ourselves. Special reports and loud action “green” thing too do not change. Apparently, over all is not well and maybe have our grandchildren will see the forest only in pictures. We suggest you take a look at this short list of endangered forests now that will not survive even to our children.

Indo-Burmese forests
Asia and the Pacific
Ponds, which are bred shrimp and other aquaculture, overfishing, and other fishing methods, replacement, mangrove forests, destroyed coastal and freshwater ecosystems, leaving 5% of the original habitat.

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25 Most Beautiful Mountains of the World

A mountain is a landform that stretches above the surrounding land, in the form of a peak. Mount Everest is the largest Mountain on earth, it’s located in the Himalaya mountain region, with a height of 8850 meter. (29035 feet) Mountains and mountain ranges are stunning, as you can see in the following photos. We collected 50 of the best known mountains in the world, all taken by professional photographers. Enjoy!

The highest point of Siberia – Belukha, Russia

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Top 30 Photos of the Year 2014

Here’s a list of 30 files that marked the year 2014. The pictures are also listed in reverse chronological order. There is no ranking amongst the photos

Cuddles
Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott and United States’ President Barack Obama meet Jimbelung the koala before the first G20 meeting on Nov. 15, 2014 in Brisbane.

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20 Beautiful tiny Villages Around the World

Here’s a whole bunch of gorgeous photographs documenting tiny (but visually stunning) villages around the world. Whether it’s skyscrapers or suburbia that you’re used to, there’s something so magnetic about the simple life on display here.

Vietnam

Vietnam. Photo by Weerapong Chaipuck. 20 Beautiful tiny Villages Around the World

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Beautifully Surreal Storm Paintings

Is man battling nature or himself? In these fascinating new paintings by artist Joel Rea, we see man and a tiger going one-on-one with the fury of nature. Using oil on canvas, Rea makes his paintings come alive by showing waves furiously crashing and rocks shockingly crumbling. One has to wonder who has ultimate control in this world. In Resolution, above, we see a man holding a briefcase in one hand and a piece of paper in the other, while a giant wave is about to crash upon him. Solemn or scary? Are you at peace with this painting or does it make you quiver inside? Like any great art, that’s up to you to decide.

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A Swing Located Off a Giant Cliff at Over 2,600 Meters Above Sea Level

The swing’s unique location 2,600 meters above sea level offers visitors a beautiful and terrifying view of the Tungurahua Volcano. Although it might look like it hangs over a cliff, the swing actually just hangs over a steep slope. Either way, falling would probably mean death, but that doesn’t stop adventurous swingers from giving the swing at the end of the world a go. And it’s probably worth it, because the rush of adrenaline, the feeling of freedom, and the amazing surrounding views must be one-of-a-kind.

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