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Hermanus, Overberg
 

Hermanus, Overberg

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/ Western Cape South Africa

The Overberg is a region of immense beauty and characterized by amazing and diverse landscapes. It forms part of the Western Cape as it stretches from the Hottentos-Holland Mountains in the north while in the southern, the Atlantic and Indian Ocean break on to sandy beaches and rocky headlands. The spot enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm dry summers and cool wet winters.

Seli, Imathia
 

Seli, Imathia

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/ Macedonia Region Greece

In the regional unit of Imathia, you wil find Kato Seli or Kato Vermio, in an altitude of 1450 m / 4756 ft. It's one of the highest villages in Greece. On the border of this beautiful village, the ski center of Seli is being spotted. It's the first organized ski center in Greece and it has begun operating since 1934. In the same year, the first Panhellenic race of skiing were held in Seli.

Hell’s Gate National Park, Naivasha Lake
 

Hell’s Gate National Park, Naivasha Lake

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/ Central Province Kenya

Hell's Gate is located in the South of Lake Naivasha and at about 90 km/55 mi in the northwest of Nairobi City. It covers an area of 68 km²/26.25 mi² and at 1900 m/6233 ft above sea level. Some of the highlights are the Fischer's tower, Central tower and Hell's Gate gorge. Although there is a wide variety of wildlife, the spot is famous for its variety of bird species including vultures, verreaux's eagles, swifts and augur buzzards.

Silvermine, Cape Town
 

Silvermine, Cape Town

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/ Western Cape South Africa

Without doubt, Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, boasting striking mountains, a long stretch of the Atlantic Ocean coastline and an intriguing working harbour. Located at the shores of Table Bay in the Western Cape province of South Africa, it enjoys an ocean Mediterranean climate with mild moderately wet winters and dry warm summers.