Interesting geography facts

Geography
19 facts about Mount Vesuvius
The most dangerous volcano in Europe
Nan Madol
The name of the city of Nan Madol means "spacing between", which probably refers to the channels between the islets.
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Geography
14 facts about Stromboli volcano
The volcano has been active for several thousand years.
Lake Baikal
There are 27 islands on Lake Baikal.
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Lake Huron
It is situated between Michigan and Ontario shores.
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Geography
20 facts about Lake Huron
Second largest of the Great Lakes
Lake Huron
It is not as deep as Lake Superior or Lake Michigan.
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Gobi Desert
Traces of primitive stone working have been found in the Gobi area, which are dated to over 100,000 years ago.
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Santorini
Santorini is also known for its beautiful sunsets, some tourists come here mainly for this reason.
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Mount Vesuvius
It is not known precisely how many people died as a result of the eruption of 79, but it is estimated that the population of Pompeii and Herculaneum may have totaled 20,000.
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Geography
22 facts about Gobi Desert
Largest desert in Asia
Geography
20 facts about Lake Malawi
The site of the first naval battle of World War I
Nan Madol
It is surprising that an island was chosen as the city's construction site, where there is no access to drinking water or arable land.
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Geography
27 facts about Santorini
Saint Irene island
Lake Tanganyika
Tanganyika is the world's longest freshwater lake, it is 673 km (418 mi) long.
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Nan Madol
According to the calculations of the scientists, the structures were erected by the effort of a huge number of workers during several hundred years.
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Geography
19 facts about Lake Tanganyika
One of the oldest lakes in the world
Geography
19 facts about Mount Elbrus
The highest peak of Europe
Gobi Desert
The Gobi is inhabited by migratory peoples engaged in cattle ranching.
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Geography
19 facts about Nan Madol
Venice of the Pacific