An enormous cave that is 115 870 m long and 1 560 m deep. It is one of the deepest caves in the world. The cave is not been fully explored yet.
An enormous yew tree next to a church. The circumference of the tree in 1999 was 10.56 m.
The second largest waterfall in Zambia. Zambezi River forms there an 8 – 20 m high and some 1.3 km wide waterfall, that is divided by numerous islands.
A resurgence of Steinhatchee River after some 0.6 km long underground section. The flow of the river there is around 9910 l/s.
Small waterfall or rather a rock step in Steinhatchee River. The river there is some 20 m wide, the falls at low water are up to 0.8 m high, at high water they disappear.
Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem might be the oldest continuously operating church in the world. It was first built around 326-330 AD or a bit later over the presumed birthplace of Jesus.
The only significant find of ametrine in world. Ametrine an unusual variety of quartz in pink and yellow colors.
The former main church of Kharkiv. The current church was constructed in the Baroque style from 1771 to 1783. The 89.5 m tall bell tower was built in Neoclassicism style in 1821-1841.
One of the deepest caves in the world, 1 830 m deep. In this beautiful cave live rare cave amphipods.
The birthplace of modern Europe in the 13th – 14th century, when the Renaissance started there. The highest concentration of art in the world.