Senin, 11 Maret 2013

Extreme 10 Tourist Destinations in the World

Extreme 10 Tourist Destinations in the World

Who would have thought the most extreme natural phenomena can become an attractive tourist spot. If you're one of the meminatinya, here's 10 most extreme natural phenomena in the world are interesting to watch.
Peek of CNNGo, here are 10 natural phenomena worst thing that ever happened in the world, and you might feel when visiting there:

1. Very low temperatures

What do you imagine when vacation to an area, sudden extreme temperature changes? Absolutely horrible. But all this can you meet while on holiday to Antarctica.

The area is also commonly called the south pole is apparently never experienced a fairly extreme weather changes, which reached -89.2 degrees Celsius on July 21, 1983. Yes, you read that right, the temperature is calculated by degrees Celsius, not Fahrenheit.

Want to know what is the cause? The absence of solar radiation, clear sky, the air is stable over time become the main cause. Although this happened in 1983, it never hurts to be careful and prepared winter clothes before traveling to Antarctica.

2. Terderas rain in just 1 minute

This unique phenomenon is unheard of in Maryland, U.S. on July 4, 1956. At that time a very heavy rain to discharge approximately 31.2 millimeters fell in just one minute. Wow!

For comparison, in Hong Kong alone, the area included in the sub-tropical region experienced the most torrential rain is only about 70 millimeters in one hour, not one minute.

3. Hail

Hail, very heavy rain like water apparently never experienced Bangladesh. The horror and fear mixed together when the tragedy happened 14 April 1986 afflicts people of Bangladesh.

Imagine, this lowers a heavy rain hailstones weighing 1.02 kg. Ouch! As a result of the heavy hail, approximately 92 people were killed.

4. Heavy rain fell during the 24 hours

If Maryland in the U.S. have a super heavy rain in just 1 minute, Foc - foc, an island in the Indian Ocean even had it for 24 hours. This rain fell as much as 1825 feet from 7 to 8 January 1966.

5. Longest drought

Other extreme phenomena that you should be aware of is dryness. Apparently the longest drought ever experienced Arica in Chile for 14 years. Huh?

Yes, the drought began in October 1903 - January 1918. If calculated, the drought occurred during the 173 months. At that time, there was no drop of rain that fell in Arica. This incident also declared a period of the longest drought in history.

6. With the highest cold water geyser

Geyser generally emit hot water, but not with the existing geyser in Andernach, Germany. Geyser in this place exudes cool water. Unmitigated, cold shower that appeared on 19 September 2002 it reached an altitude of 61.5 meters.

7. The coldest streets

When traveling to Russia do not forget to stop at the Kolyma Highway. This is one of the coldest places in the world. If measured, Kolyma Highway temperature reached -67.7 degrees Celsius.

8. Largest non-polar glacier

No need to go far away to the south pole to see a vast plain of ice, apparently Canada also has. The country has a very large glacier, even considered the largest in the world outside Antarctica.

Yukon is Territoy in Canada that has a non polar biggest glacier. Being in Kluane National Park, this glacier has an area of ​​up to 21,980 km2.

9. Biggest desert

Maybe that comes to your mind is the world's largest desert Sahara. Apparently not. Turns out there is the biggest desert in Antarctica.

Guinness World Records recorded the biggest desert is the desert of ice in Antarctica, which has an area of ​​up to 14 million km2. Antarctic ice desert Heat beat the Sahara Desert has an area of ​​only 9.1 million km2.

10. The coldest village

Want to know the most populated areas with low temperatures in the world? The village Oymyakon in Siberia, Russia answer.

Being there, you can feel how living in the village with temperatures reaching minus tens of degrees Celsius. In fact, in 1933 the village was once the temperature dropped to -68 degrees Celsius. Temperatures in Oymyakon is also a place to record the coldest temperatures outside Antarctica.

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