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The Most Beautiful Caves and Grottos of the World (Eco-friendly locations)

Jeita Grotto, Lebanon Jeita Grotto, Lebanon
Jeita Grotto is one of the most famous natural attractions in Lebanon. It is a complex consisting of two karst caves - the Upper and the Lower Caves formed by a river of limestone rock. The length of the lower cave is about 6900 m and the top is about 2200 m. The Lower cave was inhabited in prehistoric times, then it was re-opened by an American missionary in 1836. It was opened to visitors in 1958. It can be inspected only by bo...
Reed Flute Cave, China Reed Flute Cave, China
All hand-made creations of mankind sometimes cause admiration, wonder or respect. From the fact that sometimes nature creates simply breathtaking views: it can be both an artist and a sculptor, a musician and a poet. "The Cave of reed flutes” is a magical chaos of forms and colors. Guilin is an ancient picturesque city located in southern China. Guilin has long been proved to be a wonderful tourist destination thanks...
The Marble Cave, Crimea The Marble Cave, Crimea
One of the most beautiful karst caves in the world, located in the bowels of the mountain massif Chatyrdag south-east of Simferopol, Crimea, the Ukraine. According to the legend, the cave was discovered in 1987 by a shepherd who was looking for some lost sheep. The Marble Cave is undoubtedly one of the most famous caves of the world which has great beautiful halls. Visible from various points and distances, the picturesque silho...

The most beautiful gardens in the world (Destinations)

Exbury Gardens in UK Exbury Gardens in UK
  It is a famous garden in Hampshire, London, which belonged to the Rothschild family. Lionel Nathan de Rothschild Exbury bought the property in 1919 and began building a huge garden. At that time, was simply a remote area. William Mitford, whose family has owned property in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, described the place as''a paradise on Earth.'' Lionel hired armed''clean''of people to forested area so as to be made a garden. Slowly, forested land was cleared of unwanted trees and brushwood, have created paths, the s...
Bahai Gardens in Haifa Bahai Gardens in Haifa
  A truly spectacular garden considering climatic conditions offered by Israel. Beauty, grandeur, and especially religion are special design inspired by the garden in Haifa Bahai Temple one of the most visited gardens in the world.     Panorama Mount Caramel offered by the city and harbor is wonderful. The temple and its gardens were built on this particular mountain, being suspended and imposing. Gardens are being revealed in all their splendor with many terraces arranged in steps. The tem...
The Tuileries Gardens The Tuileries Gardens
   Tuileries Gardens extends over about 25 hectares and still retains the main features printed landscape architect Andre Le Notre in 1664. Are surrounded by the Louvre to the east, south of the Seine, west of the Place de la Concorde and the north of the Rue de Tivoli. Plan a wonderful open view along the central axis of the west facade, with pools that continue from one another, which are spread in an unbroken line, bordered by trees and ornamental shrubs, forming the so-called "axis historical". ...

The "greenest" countries in the world (Eco-friendly locations)

Iceland Iceland
  They say it's one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with so many glaciers, volcanoes and waterfalls. Although just a small island, Iceland has a huge impact on defense environment. Because of its location, Iceland uses its geothermal resources in order to obtain electricity and heat. The most common source of heat and electricity is hydrogen, and the country hopes to pass entirely on hydrogen consumption.     Even Mercedes-Benz A-class buses used for public transport in Iceland are...
Costa Rica Country Costa Rica Country
  Costa Rica is a country with high goals when it comes to environmental attitudes. 2021, Costa Rica hopes to be one of the few countries who will not use fossil fuel at all, preferring instead renewable energy. The very location of this country is its advantage, its people does not need to worry about heating their homes, because the fit temperatures generally between 20-25 degrees C. Costa Rica and the strong focus on afforestation as reduced pesticide use....
Norway Norway
  Until 2030, Norway intends to be a country that no longer use coal deposits. That means it will not emit greenhouse gases at all. In addition, Norway has decided to use money in research to discover new methods, eco-friendly fuel. Those who still use diesel fuel will have to pay higher taxes for the environment....

The "greenest" cities in the world (Eco-friendly locations)

Portland in Oregon, USA Portland in Oregon, USA
   It is the first city built as a bicycle friendly community in the American League initiative cyclists. He received and distinct "Popular Science" for the greenest city based on a survey on the use of renewable energy, green transportation options, recycling and eco lifestyle. The main attractions are the parks in Portland, so you can see, for example, the smallest park in the world, even recognized by Guinness World Records....
Zermatt in Switzerland Zermatt in Switzerland
   Zermatt, a quiet town at the foot of the Matterhorn massif (located on the border between Switzerland and Italy) is perfect for those who love outdoor activities: skiing, hiking and mountain climbing. As the area developed in terms of tourism, local authorities decided to maintain an infrastructure to meet growing transport demands. Today, the streets are reserved for pedestrians and cyclists. Residents carry their shopping cart by hand, the horse or the steam engines. You can also use small electric cars but requ...
Freiburg in Germany Freiburg in Germany
   Freiburg is already one of the cities with a tradition in cross domain, especially in that he had rebuilt after World War II and the reconstruction was done by ecological principles. City visitors can enjoy an area with a well-structured social density, called Riesefeld, built in the '80s or Vauban sector where no cars. Solar City not to be missed or heliotrope House, both designed by Rolf Dich (German architect and activist in environmental protection)....