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Liuwa Plain National Park

Liuwa Plain National Park is a conservation area of 3,390 sq kilometers (1,390 sq mi) in Western Province, Zambia, originally as a hunting ground for King Lubosi Lewanika (1842-1916) in 1878, then became a national park in 1972 by the Zambian government. In 2003, the park was managed by the African Parks Network in partnership with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife and the Barotse Royal Establishment.

Liuwa Plain National Park includes grasslands that support large mammals including tens of thousands of blue wildebeest (Connochaetes taurine) as Africa's second largest annual migration. More than 300 species of birds have been recorded. Decline and local extinction during the 1990s to 2000s, but the animal population has stabilized under the management of African Parks as a nonprofit organization.

The Liuwa Plain lies on the Barotse flood plains and is bordered by the Luambimba River in the north and the Luanginga River to the south. The grassland has length of 72 kilom…
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Tazumal or El Tazumal is the ruins of the Maya complex in Chalchuapa, Santa Ana Department, El Salvador, as the ancient city of Mesoamerica in the southern Chalchuapa archaeological zone which was first unearthed and restored by archaeologist Stanley Boggs in the 1940s and 1950s. Tazumal is an urban area in the Classic to Postclassic period and has links to central Mexico on the northern Yucatán Peninsula and lower Central America.

Metal artefacts point to the 8th century AD as one of the earliest metallic artifacts reported from Mesoamerica. Tazumal is located inside the valley Río Paz where the ruins at an altitude of 720 meters (2,360 ft) of it since the Preclassic period undertook a massive construction activity.

Construction projects halted between Late Preclassic and Early Classic stalled by the Ilopango volcano eruption about 75 kilometers (47 miles) east of the city. The eruption caused a hiatus in Tazumal that may have lasted several generations. Activities continued during E…

Tanjung Waka beach

Tanjung Waka beach is the coast at the southern tip of Sulabesi Island or Sulabes Island in Fatkauyon Village, East Sulabesi District, Sula Islands Regency, North Maluku Province, Indonesia, as a snorkeling and dives paradise rich in the biodiversity of magnificent coral reefs. Beach overlooking the Banda Sea has soft white sand, shady trees and still quiet.

Tanjung Waka is one of the attractions in the Sula Islands where more than 20 magnificent snorkeling and diving points in the islands. The soft white sand beaches and shady trees along the coast bring beautiful scenery in front of the blue Banda Sea.

This beach is unique compared to other beaches in the Sula Islands. Lots of colorful fish although only 2 meters deep in slope and wall. Very many turtles large and small that swim in the waters along the coast are the most favorite attractions and other uniqueness of about this beach.

Location: Fatkauyon Village, East Sulabesi District, Sula Islands Regency, North Maluku Province, Ind…

Iona National Park

Iona National Park or Parque Nacional do Iona is a conservation area of 15,200 sq kilometers (5,850 sq miles) in Namibe Province, Angola, with the Atlantic Ocean in the west and a steep slope in the East that marks the beginning of the interior highlands. The area includes wild hills, plains, mountains and rugged cliffs.

Iona National Park was declared a reserve in 1937, later upgraded to a national park in 1964 and in recent years a number of government and international projects have begun to rebuild the infrastructure. The area has the often-dry Curoca River but has a lagoon, while the Cunene River is permanent and has a swampy area at the end.

Iona is part of the northern Namib Desert and the only true desert in southern Africa also known as the Kaokoveld Desert that has been dry for 55-80 million years as the world's oldest desert. Atlantic Ocean in the west and the base of the Great Escarpment in the mountains of Tchamaline and Cafema in the east.

The cold and wet air of Ben…

List of airports in Angola

Angola is generally a land country where almost all areas have connected transportation systems, but air transport is the best choice for travel efficiency, except for travelers who seek adventure along the seas, rivers and lakes or overland journeys.

Airports are spread over many where they have two types of services. International airport to serve international and domestic routes, while domestic airports only serve inter-regional routes in the country. Below is a list of active public airports in Angola. This list may increase considering that many new airports are still under construction or reduced due to many relocation plans.

City, airport name, IATA


Ambriz, Ambriz Airport, AZZ
Camembe, Camembe Airport
Luanda, Angola International Airport


Benguela, Benguela Airport, BUG
Catumbela, Catumbela Airport, CBT
Lobito, Lobito Airport, LLT


Andulo, Andulo Airport, ANL
Kuito, Kuito Airport, SVP


Cabinda, Cabinda Airport, CAB

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Cuito Cuanavale, Cuito Cuana…


Teotihuacan or Teotihuacán is a city of 83 sq kilometers (32 sq mi) as Mesoamerica's largest city in the first half of the millennium with a population of over 125,000 people in the Valley of Mexico, Teotihuacán Town, State of Mexico, Mexico, 40 kilometers (25 miles) east The modern Mexico City is known to have many of the most architectural Mesoamerican sites built in the Americas.

The Teotihuacan complex was built in 100 BC with major monuments continuing to be built up to 250 AD and remained important until the 8th century AD, but major monuments were torn down and systematically burned in 550 AD Despite the debate over whether Teotihuacan was the center of the state empire, its influence throughout Mesoamerica is well documented.

Teotihuacano gives style to various sites in the Maya region and the Aztecs claim the ruins as part of their ancestors, modifying and adopting cultural aspects. The Teotihuacan population is also a subject of debate among scientists, but most likely t…