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20-toilets-with-better-views-than-some-luxury-homes

It turns out that the toilet can be not only a room for relieving needs, but also a place where Instagram cries. No, the point is not at all in the toilet itself, but in the bewitching form that opens from it. There are enough toilets in the world, from the windows of which a truly mesmerizing landscape opens up. It can be a view of a modern metropolis, majestic mountains, a lake or a jungle seething with life, but one thing is certain - you will definitely remember the approach to such a toilet forever. 20 gorgeous views from toilets from around the world await you further.

 

A magical place at UC Santa Barbara

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Go to the toilet in the shadow of Mont Blanc

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Or next to the endless canola fields in Malgas, South Africa

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In the humid air of beautiful Colombia

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View from the toilet at the Clarion Hotel in Malmo, Sweden

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A breathtaking place in Laos

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London view

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View from the top of St. Mary's Peak in Montana, USA

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New York view

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On a hike on the Num Num trail in South Africa

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Magnificent mountain view from the municipality of Söll, Austria

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And in the window there is a beautiful reservoir, Annecy, France

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Over the clouds in Seoul

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View from the toilet of the JR Tower skyscraper, Sapporo, Japan

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Glorious throne in Peru

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Winter view from a toilet in Midway, Utah, USA

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Outdoor bathroom in Aquitaine, France

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View of Moscow from Swissotel Krasnye Holmy

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In the mountains of Slovakia

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And finally, this wobbly place on a mountain in Colorado, USA

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30-interesting-facts-about-kiribati-the-slowly-vanishing-islands

Kiribati is an island country in the Pacific Ocean. It is the largest state in Oceania in terms of extent, with an area of ​​about 5,000,000 km² covered by the ocean, but the land area is only a small fragment of it, only 811 km², in the form of 32 small islets . The country has about 100,000 inhabitants who can be proud of the official title of "land of the rising sun". taking into account the conventions that set the time zone across the planet. The Republic of Kiribati is one of the first places on Earth traversed by the first rays of the Sun every morning. The time zone is 14 hours ahead of UTC - the farthest time zone in the world.



The state comprises three groups of islands - the Gilbert Islands, the Phoenix Islands and the Line Islands. The capital of the Republic of Kiribati is South Tarawa, and the island relief is of coral and volcanic origin, the maximum altitude in the area being only 80 meters. The climate is equatorial, and vegetation is represented by tropical trees and grassy plants. Coconut and pandanus forests occupy 50% of the territory.


The island state of Kiribati is located immediately in Polynesia and Micronesia. Currently, the small country is successfully developing, despite scarce natural resources. Bemorepanda collected some interesting facts:


1. The name of the island state of Kiribati comes from the distorted English "Gilbert Islands".


2. All the islands on which Kiribati is located are atolls.


3. Kiribati covers an area of ​​33 atolls.


4. The highest point in Kiribati is 81 meters above sea level. It is located on Banaba Atoll.


5. On the territory of Kiribati there are two freshwater lakes and about a hundred salt ones.


6. Kiribati is a member of the United Nations.


7. Two of the atolls of Kiribati were once used for testing atomic weapons.


8. The main problems in Kiribati are overpopulation, lack of fresh water and soil erosion.


9. The total population of Kiribati is just over one hundred thousand people.


10. About 90% of the population of Kiribati are representatives of the people of the same name. Its other name is tungaru.


11. The official language of the country is English, but very few people speak it. The majority of the population speaks the Kiribati language.


12. The writing system of Kiribati is based on the English alphabet.


13. Kiribati does not have its own army.


14. There are two official currencies in the country - the Australian dollar and the equivalent Kiribatian dollar.


15. The Kiribati one dollar coin has a dodecagonal shape.


16. Stamps issued by the country are popular with philatelists around the world and are a significant source of replenishment of the state treasury.


17. Kiribati has the second largest exclusive economic zone in the Pacific Ocean - more than three and a half million square kilometers of water space.


18. Kiribati has two radio stations - a government and a private one.


19. Kiribati is the least visited country on the planet by tourists.


20. Athletes from Kiribati take part in the Olympic Games.


21. Also, the Republic of Kiribati is unique in that it is located in all hemispheres of the Earth at once. Part of Kiribati, islands


22. Phoenix is ​​the world's largest marine reserve.


23. On one of the atolls of Kiribati there is a city called London.


24. Christmas Island, one of the Kiribati atolls, is the largest atoll in the world. He alone occupies 48 percent of the country's total land mass..


25. The Republic of Kiribati as a state appeared in 1979, having gained independence from Great Britain.


26. There is not a single river in Kiribati.


27. The only diplomatic mission in the world of the Republic of Kiribati is located on the Fiji Islands. In Russia, for example, the British consulate is in charge of Kiribati's diplomatic affairs.


28. Tarawa and others of the Gilbert group were occupied by Japan during World War II.


29. The island is slowly disappearing.


30. Most of the islands of Kiribati are low-lying coral atolls built on a submerged volcanic chain and encircled by reefs.


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25-interesting-facts-about-the-marshall-islands-the-unbelievable-beauty

The Marshall Islands is a small state lost in the endless ocean. Few people in our country were closely interested in him, and it was completely in vain - this is the land of insane beauty.


The islands were discovered by the Spanish in the first half of the 16th century and were explored by British Captain John Marshall (1788), from whom they received their name. Between 1885 and 1914 they were under German protectorate, and during World War II the area was part of the Japanese first line of defense. In 1944 the islands were conquered by the Americans, who administered them until 1990, when the country gained its independence. On Bikini and Enewetak Islands, the U.S.A. they conducted nuclear experiments.


The Republic of the Marshall Islands is an island state in the Pacific Ocean, north of the Equator, between the Caroline and Hawaii archipelagos, with an area of ​​181 km.


The territory of the country occupies several hundred islands (32 atolls, 867 reefs), arranged in two rows: Ralik in the west and Ratak in the east.


The climate is equatorial, determining a tropical (tree) vegetation, dominated by banana and palm trees, but also a fauna rich in birds, fish.


Bemorepanda collected some more interesting facts:


1. The Republic of the Marshall Islands is actually under the control and jurisdiction of the United States.


2. The archipelago, on which the republic is spread, includes 5 islands and 29 atolls.


3. The Marshall Islands were discovered in 1526.


4. The land area of ​​this state is about 181 square kilometers.


5. Nuclear weapons were tested on two atolls.


6. There are no nature reserves in the Marshall Islands.


7. There are paved roads only on the two largest atolls of the archipelago.


8. The maximum height of the Marshall Islands above sea level is ten meters.


9. The country gained independence only in 1983.


10. It is here, on the Kwajalein Atoll, that the world's largest lagoon is located.


11. In the northern part of the archipelago, the climate is so arid that it receives about the same amount of precipitation as in the American deserts.


12. The Marshall Islands have two official languages ​​- Marshall and English.


13. The currency of the Republic is the US dollar.


14. 98% of the population of the islands are Marshalls.


15. The Marshall Islands maintains diplomatic relations with many countries. With Russia too.


16. Also the Marshall Islands is a member of the United Nations.


17. Subsidies from the United States and other countries account for a large share of the state 

budget.


18. On the territory of the Marshall Islands there are more than two thousand kilometers of highways.


19. Internet and mobile phones are available in the two largest atolls, but they are very poorly distributed.


20. The Marshall Islands publishes two newspapers, one private and one public.


21. The country's islands are significantly distant from each other.


22. In total, the Marshall Islands is home to just over fifty thousand people.


23. The most popular sport in the country is basketball.


24. In 2008, athletes from the Marshall Islands took part in the Olympic Games for the first time, but did not take prizes.


25. There are only two hospitals in the country.

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20-interesting-facts-about-fiji-the-archipelago-of-south-pacific-ocean

The Fiji Islands are among those countries that are rarely interested in anyone other than those who already live here. Perhaps in vain - this is a very interesting place, and it is definitely worth visiting here at least once in your life.

 

Fiji is one of the best known and most developed states in the Pacific, and its main islands, Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, account for most of the land and concentrate over 90% of the total population. The island's inhabitants are a mixture of Indians, Polynesians and Malaysians and have one of the highest living standards in Oceania, although the country has suffered from ethnic conflicts at the end of the last century. The relief of these islands is volcanic, and the maximum height is on the island of Viti Levu where there is also the capital Suva (Tomaniivi peak 1,424 m high).

 

Bemorepanda collected top facts about Fiji Islands.

 

1. Over the past century and a half, the state of Fiji has changed five names.

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2. The current name is the Republic of the Fiji Islands.

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3. In Fiji, as many as three languages ​​have the status of state - English, Fijian and Hindustani.

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4. The country's currency is the Fijian dollar.

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5. Fiji has 332 islands, of which about a third are inhabited.

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6. The highest point in Fiji is Mount Tomanivi, whose peak reaches 1324 meters above sea level.

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7. Due to the lack of fresh water, the Fijians collect rainwater from roofs in special tanks.

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8. There are rivers and lakes on the Fiji Islands.

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9. More than three and a half thousand species of various insects live here.

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10. Descendants of immigrants from India make up a third of Fiji's population, there are a little less than three hundred thousand people.

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11. The Armed Forces of the Republic of the Fiji Islands take part in various UN peacekeeping activities around the world.

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12. The most popular sport in Fiji is rugby.

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13. On Fijian dollars there is an image of the Queen of England.

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14. In Fiji, it is customary to go on a visit and take some gift for the hosts with you.

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15. Fun fact - sunglasses in Fiji are prohibited, as are hats. They can only be worn by leaders.

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16. Tipping in Fiji can be considered disrespectful.

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17. In Fiji there is a line of change of dates - the 180th meridian.

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18. There are as many as 28 airports in Fiji.

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19. There are highways only on two islands. Cars, respectively, too.

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20. About 87% of the population lives on the two largest islands of the archipelago.

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