TRAVOH Earth

The Menai Strait, a narrow stretch of shallow tidal water spanning 25 km (16 mile) in length, separates the Isle of Anglesey from the northern mainland region of Wales in the United Kingdom.

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Before reaching the North Sea, the River of Meuse crosses through the municipalities of Maasgouw and Roermond in the Dutch Province of Limburg, where the physical breakup of land by rivers, deltas, and lakes resembles the Netherlands’ historic canals of Amsterdam.

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When traveling around the globe, we inadvertently celebrate diverse dichotomy discovered abroad that we inherently compare with where we live. To illustrate abstract contrasts around the world, we have introduced TRAVOH Earth to help you explore our Planet Earth through amazing aerial views.

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Cala Xinxell is a picturesque beach area with a peninsula that reaches into Badia de Palma, or the Bay of Palma, from the Island of Mallorca, as part of the Balearic Islands region in Spain.

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Italy has Venice, the Netherlands has Amsterdam, and the French Riviera has the seaside town of Port Grimaud on the Golfe de Saint-Tropez of the Mediterranean Sea in the commune of Grimaud, as part of the Var département in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France.

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Established in 2012 as the first national peri-urban park in Europe for both terrestrial and marine, the National Park of the Calanques in the French Riviera is one of 10 national parks in France.

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The world-famous Promenade de Anglais spans 7 kilometres on a gently risen terrace that stands before a flat sandy beach along the beautiful Baie des Anges, or Bay of Angels, as part of the azure Mediterranean Sea in Nice, France.

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As part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the hills of Glynneath in South Wales emits a mesmerizing aerial view display with roadways twisting and turning along a slope that overlooks the West Glamorgan county town in the principal area of Neath Port Talbot.

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Isla Van de Meulen is an island in Chile, located in the Province of Capitán Prat within the Region of Aysén – approximately 1,700 km south of the capital, Santiago. As seen from a peninsula of what is a much larger island in the South Pacific Ocean, the terrain is rugged, hilly, and largely uninhabited, with less than two inhabitants per square kilometre. The highest point on the island is 1,164 meters above sea level.

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From the Island of Malo, in the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, comes Malo Prospect Estate with direct beachfront access to the gorgeous Coral Sea in the South Pacific Ocean. Malo Prospect Estate remains undeveloped, but for paradise seekers, the dream of building your very own vacation home would make for an appropriate settlement here. Without the property being for sale though the estate itself would be wise in building a luxury villa here so destination travellers can visit and stay in Vanuatu at such a prime location that would surely make it onto The Pinnacle List. For adventurous explorers, an unnamed islet located just off the coast of the property would make for an exciting tropical excursion in the sun with beautiful surrounding scenery.

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