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Geology Africa

Victoria Falls: The Smoke That Thunders

With an annual average of 1,100 cubic metres of water plunging down its 108m-high face each second, Victoria Falls is unquestionably one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.
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GEO Tourism North America

Geology of The Rocky Mountains

Aspen, Colorado - home to the Rocky Mountains: draws jet-setters from around the globe and presents geologists with a tantalizing geological puzzle to deduce when and why these beautiful mountains arose.
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GEO Tourism Africa

Mauritius - and Beneath

After the American adventurer and author Mark Twain visited Mauritius in 1896 he quoted an islander as saying: “Mauritius was made first and then Heaven; and Heaven copied Mauritius.”
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GEO Tourism North West Europe

Playground of the Gods

Legend has it that the Scottish North West Highlands is where the Norse gods practised their mountain building skills before they created Norway.
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GEO Tourism Europe

Martley - A GeoVillage

Martley in Worcestershire, UK, hosts a fascinating assemblage of geological features, providing exposures of at least eight periods stretching over 700 million years.
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GEO Tourism The Arctic

A World of Drifting Ice

Ilulissat Icefjord in western Greenland offers a unique view of a scenic landscape that demonstrates active glaciological processes, where majestic icebergs calve into the fjord and out to sea.
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