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Images Dated 29th May 2016

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Ewaso Ngiro River, Samburu National Park, Kenya Featured 29 May 2016 Print

Ewaso Ngiro River, Samburu National Park, Kenya

Ewaso Ngiro is a river in Kenya which rises on the west side of Mount Kenya and flows north then east and finally south east, passing through Somalia where it joins the Jubba River. The upper basin of the Ewaso Ngiro River is 15, 200 square kilometre. The river has a continuous water supply due to the glaciers on Mount Kenya. Ewaso Ngiro crosses seven arid to semi arid landscapes. It is characterized by vastly different physiographic features and species and has become a fundamental component to the survival of the wildlife, as well as the expansion of human population and socio economic developments

© Emily Wilson / DanitaDelimont.com

Vertical View Of Manarola, Cinque Terre National Park, Liguria Region, Northern Italy Featured 29 May 2016 Print

Vertical View Of Manarola, Cinque Terre National Park, Liguria Region, Northern Italy

Vertical view of Manarola, one of the five colorful fishermen towns that form the National Park of Cinque Terre in Liguria Region, Northern Italy, on the shores of Ligurian Sea, also called the Italian Riviera. Unesco World Environmental and Cultural Heritage Site.
Colorful fishing boats parked on the road because the harbor is too small

© Federica Grassi

San Gimignano Medieval Towers, Tuscany, Central Italy Featured 29 May 2016 Print

San Gimignano Medieval Towers, Tuscany, Central Italy

San Gimignano is a walled medieval town in Tuscany, Central Italy, province of Siena, famous for its towers that in ancient times were built as a sign of power on the part the noble families. At the height of its power San Gimignano had more than 70 towers, some of which were destroyed during the wars in the following centuries.
Today San Gimignano is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

© Federica Grassi