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Com 210 metros de altura, o minarete da mesquita Hassan II, em Casablanca, Marrocos, é o mais alto do mundo. Sua base quadrangular e típicos motivos decorativos são a base do estilo do Magreb, também visto na Giralda de Sevilha, hoje uma catedral católica Foto: @youmustgoblog ☀️😍✈️ #amazing#instatravel#travel#travelgram#turismo#ViagemeTurismo#marrocos
Searching For The Solheimasandur Plane Crash Wreckage in Iceland. 🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻🔻
In 1973, the US Navy plane crashed on the beach, an error was made in switching over fuel tanks resulting in the incident. Luckily no lives were lost, but the DC-3 was simply abandoned on the beach, left to rot in the harsh elements of Iceland’s south coast.
The South Coast of Iceland is home to any number of star attractions, so planning a visit to the plane crash wreckage is easy to integrate into your overall itinerary. The trick now that access is restricted is allowing yourself enough time to walk to the plane and back, as well as spending enough time at the site itself. I practically ran and the overall stop lasted nearly 2-hours.
The wreckage is located between Skogafoss waterfall and the southern outpost town of Vik. Heading east on Route 1, you will cross a small bridge with blinking lights. About two kilometers after the bridge, you’ll see a small gate and dirt road on your right. You’ll also see a number of cars parked next to it, indicating that you’ve reached the unofficial parking lot for the plane crash wreckage.
If you’re making the walk, be sure to take what you’ll need for a couple of hours out in the elements. This means water, maybe sunscreen, probably a light raincoat and anything else to help you make it through one of the most boring walks you’ll ever undertake. The 4-kilometer walk is across a flat, volcanic plain full of absolutely nothing at all. Not even a tree or small bush can be found to break up the monotony of the walk itself. After a while I found myself getting tunnel vision from the trek, which seemed to have no end. #iceland#crash#aviation#fact#travel#magazine#airplane#photography#instatravel#instagood#follow4follow
Enchanted by the seaside #Barcelona#TripScouting
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