1. Angels Falls (Venezuela): 3230 feet Highest Waterfall
The first is Angel Falls (Salto Ángel). Waterfalls in Venezuela is the highest waterfall in the world. 3230 high waterfall (984 m) is located on a tributary of the Rio Caroni. The waterfall is formed when the river flows down from the peak Auyantepui. Waisata sector in the waterfall location quite advanced.
2. Mt. Chimborazo (Ecuador): The Highest Point of the Center of the Earth 20.703 feet (6.310 m) above sea level
Not many people know about Mount Chimborazo in Ecuador with an altitude of 6310 meters (20 703 feet), slightly different from Mount Everest, but have differences in Chimborazo became the highest mountain in the center of the earth. This is because the Earth has a round shaft. As the shaft is round, Earth is the widest at the equator. Chimborazo is only one degree south of the equator of the earth and the location is 6384 miles from the center of the Earth, or about two miles farther from Earth than the center of Mount Everest.
3. Tristan de Cunha (UK): uninhabited island in the Earth’s Most Isolated 2.000 miles Distance from Nearest Continent
Remote uninhabited island group in the world, Tristan de Cunha in the southern Atlantic Ocean, is a very small island, and has no foundation. Houses for 272 people consisting of eight family names, residents there suffer hereditary complaints such as asthma and glaucoma. Annexed by the United Kingdom in the 1800s, the islanders have a zip code and English, while they can order goods online, in requiring a very long time for their orders came.
4. Lut Desert (Iran): the Hottest Place on Earth 159 ° F (71 ° C)
There was a big discussion about the hottest places on earth. Many who believe in Al Azizyah, Libya, with a recorded temperature of 136 degrees Fahrenheit (57.8 degrees Celsius), and the second hottest place in Death Valley, California, United States, which is 134 Fahrenheit in 1913. But according to other sites, NASA satellite recorded surface temperatures as high as 71 ° C (159 ° F) in the Lut desert of Iran, it is said that this is the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth. This area, which covers an area approximately 480 kilometers, called Gandom Beriyan (roasted corn).
5. Oymyakon (Russia): the coldest place in the World? 96.2 ° F (? 71.2 ° C)
Oymyakon is a village in Oymyakonsky Ulus of the Sakha Republic, Russia, located along Indigirka River, 30 kilometers (20 miles) northwest on Highway Tomtor Kolyma. The population is 800 people. Oymyakon known as one of the candidates for the Arctic Cold, because on January 26, 1926, temperature of -71.2 ° C (-96.2 ° F) was recorded there. This is the lowest recorded temperature for any permanently inhabited location on Earth. It is also the lowest temperature recorded in the Northern Hemisphere.
6. The Dry Valleys (Antarctica) driest place on Earth Home
One area of Antarctica known as the Dry Valleys. In this valley there is no rainfall for more than two million years. With the exception of one valley, the lake briefly filled with water from flowing inland rivers during the summer, the Dry Valleys contain no moisture (water, ice, or snow). The reason why the Dry Valleys have is under 200 mph katabatic winds which evaporate all moisture. Dry valleys and strange: but some steep rocks. This valley is the only part of the continent of Antarctica without ice. Located on the Trans-Antarctic Range and is associated with mountainous areas where the evaporation (or more precisely, sublimation) is more important than snow, so all the ice disappears, leaving a dry barren land.
7. Marianas Trench (Indonesia and Japan): The Lowest Spot In The World 35.840 feet (10.924 m) below sea level
Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench (or Marianas Trench) is the deepest point in the oceans of the earth. It is 10 924 feet (35 840 ft) below sea level. The only people who have explored this trench is Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh. At the bottom of them seven miles down and all around them eight tons of pressure. They watched the fish, shrimp and other creatures living beneath the seabed.
8. Lloro (Colombia): the wettest place on Earth Home
Lloro, Colombia, in an average of 40 feet of rain a year. The people who live there to make money by cutting down trees in the forest nearby where you can rely on every day of rain. Once again, there was discussion about this fact. Cherrapunji, the North-East India is estimated over the years to become the world’s wettest place. Here the average rainfall in one year 10 820 mm, both from the short amount of Lloro. Unlike Colombia, where rain falls throughout the year, Cherrapunji get most of the rain during the ‘monsoon west’, or the rainy season, between June and August. In fact, between 1860 and 1862 was very wet Cherrapunji; between August 1, 1860 and July 31, 1861 (the overlapping part of the second wet season) 26 467 mm of rain fell.
9. Mount Thor (Canada): Vertical Highest Place In The World
Mount Thor, in Auyuittuq National Park on Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada, provides the highest vertical of 4100 feet. Mount Thor is the most famous peaks in Canada, and it’s made of pure granite. This is a favorite among thrill seekers and hikers. Mount Thor was first climbed in 1953 by the Arctic Institute of North America team. There are several climbing expeditions ever undertaken here. So far, there has been one death in the year 2006.
10. Dead Sea (Jordan): The Lowest Place In The World 1.385 ft (422 mt) below sea level
The latter is the Dead Sea. Sea is the lowest elevation on the earth surface in the dry soil surface and coast line is 422 meters (1385 feet) below sea level. On the border of Jordan and Israel, the roads around the Dead Sea also became the lowest in the Earth’s path. Renowned for salinity (ten times stronger than the Mediterranean Sea) and because of the extreme salt content, there is no creature that can survive at sea.
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