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The Painted Hills, located about 9 miles northwest of the town of Mitchell, Oregon, is named after the colorful layers of its hills corresponding to various geological eras, formed when the area was an ancient river floodplain. Distinguished by varied stripes of red, tan, orange, and black, this area is listed as one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon.
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The Old Stockholm telephone tower (Swedish: Telefontornet ) was a metallic structure built to connect approximately 5,500 telephone lines in the Swedish capital of Stockholm. Constructed in 1887, the tower was damaged by a fire in 1952 and demolished the following year.
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Mitchell Falls is a four-tiered waterfall located within Mitchell River National Park in Western Australia. Access to the falls is by helicopter or via the Mitchell Plateau track. The area is only accessible during the dry season. When ‘the wet’ comes, rains make rivers run in mighty torrents. As the torrents flood the high country, they fall in astounding waterfalls into deep gorges.
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Plougrescant, a small village in France, is best known for Castel Meur. A small stone house built between two huge granite rocks in the sea. Surrounded by a stone wall to protect itself from the strong winds that blow in the area, it was built in 1861. The access to the house used to be free but since some tourists climbed on the roof to be photographed and caused damage, the owner was pushed to protect his property. Now a perimeter wall prohibits access to the site.
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The most prominent cape on the Latvian coast where two seas meet – the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga.
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