People with lakes formed a strange relationship. On one side of the lake are used exclusively with the pragmatic point of view, as a source of drinking water, but on the other hand they are often the main attractions. But! There are lakes created by nature as if only for the fact that they enjoy satisfying their craving for beauty. Below We have 25 lakes formed in the craters, the beauty of these lakes is able to charm just its aesthetics.
Indonesia, Segara Anak lake, mount Ringan, Lombok.
Lake Toba, North Sumatra, world’s largest lake, formed in the crater of an extinct volcano, formed during the ice age. It «the largest lake in Indonesia and the largest volcanic lake in the world»
Askja, Iceland. View of Viti and Esquevin.
Rano KAU is a crater lake which is on the mysterious and amazingly beautiful Easter island. This lake is one of three natural freshwater lakes on the island.
After 3 hours of climbing up, I could see the whole complex of volcanic lakes with Islands. Triangular shadow going to the horizon that the shadow of Rinjani at dawn. To the right of the shadow on the far horizon you can see Bali (very tiny). In the middle of the crater (20 km in diameter) is not so long ago there appeared an island Grunge Bar.
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Ethiopia is an exotic, hospitable, but very poor country. Staying here is recommended, especially for fans.
Ethiopia is suitable, above all, lovers of exotic, stunning landscapes, outdoor activities and the sun. The season of rainfall common to tropical Africa, continues here, as a rule, only two months (July and August). Sometimes heavy rains fall in late February or early March. Small the average annual rainfall gives travel companies the full right to promise to all who wish to visit the country not twelve, and thirteen all the Sunny months of the year. It’s not a beautiful aphorism or a marketing ploy, but only the features of the national calendar. Start the clock ticking not from zero hours (midnight), and from the rising of the sun.
Unfortunately, the sun, whom enjoy visiting, is extremely harmful to the Ethiopian economy. Regular droughts have long been a serious problem for this agricultural country. Coupled with inefficient methods of agriculture and the peculiarities of the national mentality (which is well reflected in the local saying, sounding in translation into Russian approximately so: «Better to die from hunger than from work”) are obvious causes of hunger, which regularly affected the population. Due to the economic Continue reading