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Tianmen Mountain

Tianmen Mountain (Chinese: 天门山; pinyin: Tiānmén Shān) is a mountain located within Tianmen Mountain National Park, Zhangjiajie, in northwestern Hunan Province, China.
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03 Mar 2013 11:09:00
Heaven's Gate at Tianmen Mountain

Tianmen Mountain is a mountain located within Tianmen Mountain National Park, Zhangjiajie, in northwestern Hunan Province, China.
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06 Aug 2015 13:20:00
People walk on a sightseeing platform in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China, August 1, 2016. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)

People walk on a sightseeing platform in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China, August 1, 2016. China has opened a 100-metre-long glass skywalk stretching around a cliff on the side of the Tianmen Mountain. The skywalk provides a view of a 300-metre drop and overlooks Tongtian Avenue, a mountain road with 99 turns that snakes up the mountain. When translated in English, it means “Avenue to the Sky”. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)
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04 Aug 2016 10:39:00
A newlywed couple dangling from a cliff face poses for wedding photos at the Chaya Mountain scenic spot on November 11, 2017 in Zhumadian, Henan Province of China. (Photo by Sipa Asia/Rex Features/Shutterstock)

A newlywed couple dangling from a cliff face poses for wedding photos at the Chaya Mountain scenic spot on November 11, 2017 in Zhumadian, Henan Province of China. Chaya Mountain scenic spot was the shooting place for TV series “Journey to the West” and working staff dressed as main characters in this TV series to send the blessing to the newly-weds. (Photo by Sipa Asia/Rex Features/Shutterstock)
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15 Nov 2017 03:30:00
Fann Mountains In Tajikistan

Fann Mountains are part of the western Pamir-Alay mountain system and are located in Tajikistan's Sughd Province between the Zarafshan Range to the north and the Gissar Range to the south (see map of Fann Mountains). In the east-west direction they extend from Fandarya River to Archimaydan River, and the cluster of Marguzor lakes west of Archimaydan is also included in the Fanns.
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29 May 2013 11:45:00
Ray Collins is a colorblind Australian coal miner who is in love with the ocean. He spends his off days photographing it. (Photo by Ray Collins)

Ray Collins is a colorblind Australian coal miner who is in love with the ocean. He spends his off days photographing it. Collins says he enjoys capturing the moment before the moment, the anticipation, not knowing how the end of the wave's journey will play out. (Photo by Ray Collins)
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29 Mar 2015 12:40:00
Berber women weave traditional carpets in the village of Ait Sghir in the High Atlas region of Morocco February 15, 2015. The snowy foothills of the High Atlas mountains in Morocco are home to several Berber villages where the inhabitants make their living by farming, baking bread in traditional ovens, herding cattle, and the making and selling of honey, olive oil and pottery. Extreme weather fluctuations and erosion that causes flooding and landslides have led to a drop in agricultural productivity, the United Nations said. (Photo by Youssef Boudlal/Reuters)

Berber women weave traditional carpets in the village of Ait Sghir in the High Atlas region of Morocco February 15, 2015. The snowy foothills of the High Atlas mountains in Morocco are home to several Berber villages where the inhabitants make their living by farming, baking bread in traditional ovens, herding cattle, and the making and selling of honey, olive oil and pottery. Extreme weather fluctuations and erosion that causes flooding and landslides have led to a drop in agricultural productivity, the United Nations said. (Photo by Youssef Boudlal/Reuters)
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26 Feb 2015 06:07:00
In this May 24, 2016 photo, a young boy descends the Qullqip'unqu mountain looking out at the tens of thousands of pilgrims gathered to celebrate the three-day festival Qoyllur Rit’i, translated from the Quechua language as Snow Star, in the Andean Sinakara Valley, in Peru's Cusco region. The celebration that mixes Catholic and indigenous beliefs honors Jesus as well as the area’s glacier, which is considered sacred among some indigenous people. While the native celebration is far older, the Christian part of the ritual stretches back to the 1700s, when Jesus is said to have appeared to a young shepherd in the form of another boy. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)

In this May 24, 2016 photo, a young boy descends the Qullqip'unqu mountain looking out at the tens of thousands of pilgrims gathered to celebrate the three-day festival Qoyllur Rit’i, translated from the Quechua language as Snow Star, in the Andean Sinakara Valley, in Peru's Cusco region. The celebration that mixes Catholic and indigenous beliefs honors Jesus as well as the area’s glacier, which is considered sacred among some indigenous people. While the native celebration is far older, the Christian part of the ritual stretches back to the 1700s, when Jesus is said to have appeared to a young shepherd in the form of another boy. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)
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04 Jun 2016 11:52:00