The Most Mysterious Continent. Unprecedented Beauty, Meteorites And Mysterious Remains In Ices!

Published by king-ermac @ June 27th at 5:44pm

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The Most Mysterious Continent. Unprecedented Beauty, Meteorites And Mysterious Remains In Ices!

Antarctica consists only from ice, rocks, snow and water which create themselves a landscape of unprecedented beauty. However, despite all the charm, this edge differs in severity and a set of features about which you perhaps didn't know. Antarctica has no owner, neither the continent, nor his any part belong to any country of the world. There was a great number of applicants, and the authorities of the different states tried to make the property right to this frosty edge, but all debate has been decided that Antarctica from now on and forever will remain the unique region on the planet which doesn't submit to any government.

 

The most mysterious continent. Unprecedented beauty, meteorites and mysterious remains in ices!

 

 

The most mysterious continent. Unprecedented beauty, meteorites and mysterious remains in ices!

 

 

The most mysterious continent. Unprecedented beauty, meteorites and mysterious remains in ices!

 

 

The most mysterious continent. Unprecedented beauty, meteorites and mysterious remains in ices!

 

 

The most mysterious continent. Unprecedented beauty, meteorites and mysterious remains in ices!

 

The interesting fact of Antarctica – lack of normal time. The frozen continent is the only thing on the planet the place where there are no time zones. For this reason, all who appear here adhere or that time which at them now in the homeland, or on what they him make regular shipments of food and other vital provisions. Being all existing time zones can be passed in the center of the continent on foot in only several minutes.

 

The most mysterious continent. Unprecedented beauty, meteorites and mysterious remains in ices!

 

 

The most mysterious continent. Unprecedented beauty, meteorites and mysterious remains in ices!

 

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