Pidaan Beach Indonesia is located on the Jetak village, Tulakan subdistrict, Pacitan district. Pidaan beach Indonesian has a unique and distinct beauty to the other beaches in Indonesia. there is very little sand because is dominated by natural rock lip along its shores.
There are various forms of rocks that are round, oval, flat and smooth rock suitable for foot therapy. It is formed by the pounding waves that occur every day and formed the rocks at the beach. Pidaan beach Indonesia is still very natural no human intervention and the surrounding communities as well keep this beach. Also quite beautiful coral reefs and the need for protection because it is possible that many visitors who come to this place can be broken, if there is no warning to guard its shores. You also have to be careful when playing water at the Pidaan beach Indonesia because many sea urchins and the waves are big, the beach is also commonly found sea shells. In many coastal areas around the palm trees and other le…
Lake Toba (Indonesian: Danau Toba) is a lake and supervolcano, 100 kilometres long and 30 kilometres wide, and 505 metres (1,666 ft) at its deepest point. Located in the middle of the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra with a surface elevation of about 900 metres (2,953 ft), the lake stretches from 2°53′N 98°31′E / 2.88°N 98.52°E / 2.88; 98.52 to 2°21′N 99°06′E / 2.35°N 99.1°E / 2.35; 99.1.
It is the largest volcanic lake in the world. In addition, it is the site of a supervolcanic eruption that occurred 74,000 years ago, a massive climate-changing event. The eruption is believed to have a VEI intensity of this eruption, believed to have been the largest anywhere on Earth in the last 25 million years, may have had catastrophic consequences globally; some anthropologists and archeologists believe that it killed most humans then alive, creating a population bottleneck in Central Eastern Africa and India that affected the genetic inheritance of all humans today.
Al-Masjid al-Ḥarām (المسجد الحرام) ("The Sacred Mosque"), is the largest mosque in the world. Located in the city of Mecca, it surrounds the Kaaba, the place which Muslims turn towards while offering daily prayers and is considered the holiest place on Earth by Muslims. The mosque is also known as the Grand Mosque.
The current structure covers an area of 400,800 square metres (99.0 acres) including the outdoor and indoor praying spaces and can accommodate up to 4 million worshippers during the Hajj period, one of the largest annual gatherings of people in the world.
Islamic tradition holds that the Mosque was first built by the angels before the creation of mankind, when God ordained a place of worship on Earth to reflect the house in heaven called al-Baytu l-Maˤmur (Arabic: البيت المعمور, "The Worship Place of Angels"). From time to time, the Mosque was destroyed and rebuilt anew. According to Islamic belief it was built by Ibrahim (Abraham), with the help of his so…
Type : Prehistoric Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Chordata Order : Hesperornithiformes Family : Hesperornithidae Genus : Hesperornis Diet : Carnivore Size : Length, up to 5 ft (1.5 m) Protection status : Extinct The bulk of Hesperornis fossils known are from Canada, a testament to the ancient bird's preference for cooler waters at northern latitudes. Size relative to a 6-ft (2-m) Hesperornis was a large, flightless seabird, up to about five feet tall. Although it was incapable of flight, Hesperornis was a swift swimmer that could propel itself through the shallow coastal waters of the Pierre Sea with its powerful hind legs and webbed feet. It’s webbed feet were similar to a grebe. It’s jaws were equipped with sharp, pointed teeth adapted for preying on fish and squids.