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TRAVEL

by ARDELIA RADYA CAHYAWATI

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TRAVELER
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NOBODY KNOWS THIS WORLD BETTER | AUGUST 2021
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Dream
Journeys
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Amazing Adventures
Around The World
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The Most
Beautiful View
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The Highest Mountains
In The World
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THE
TRAVELER
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AMAZING ADVENTURES,
NEW DISCOVERS, COOL CITIES,
AND NATURAL WONDERES
F O R E W O R D
ARDELIA RADYA CAHYAWATI
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
JANUARI 25, 2004
Dear, reader

Welcome to my first online magazine. This magazine was made to fulfill my school assignment. I will discuss about the most beautiful scenery and the highest mountain in the world.


Well, in this magazine, I will discuss 10 locations, namely the most beautiful scenery and the highest mountain in the world, each of which will discuss 5 locations.

Once I`ve gathered that information, I`ll cover it on the next page.
Hope you have fun while reading. I hope you like it
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Table of Contents
SEE THE BEAUTY OF NATURE
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TRAVELING
DESERT VIEW DRIVE, USA
The Desert View Drive is a scenic
road located on the South Rim
of the Grand Canyon
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VAL DI FUNES, ITALY
Val di Funes, also known as
Villnöß is a beautiful valley
in the Dolomites
BEAUTIFUL VIEW
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THE 12 APOSTLES VIEWING PLATFORM, AUSTRALIA
A rock formation in central Greece, hosting one of
the largest
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HIGHEST MOUNTAIN
MT EVEREST, CHINA
Located in the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas
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MT K2, CHINA
The second-highest mountain on Earth
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SEE THE BEAUTY OF NATURE
the most
BEAUTIFUL VIEW
in the world
LET`S GO AROUND THE WORLD
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THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF
Desert View Drive, USA
Desert View winds through the desert woodlands past several panoramic overlooks and a Native American ruin on its way to the 1932 stone Watchtower. A leisurely drive, with plenty of time for every stop, takes about four hours, but you could zip along in much less.
Desert View Drive could make an excellent bike ride if you can be dropped off or picked up at one end or if you don't mind the 50-mile round-trip. There is parking at every stop, four designated picnic areas along the road and bathrooms at Tusayan Museum & Ruin and Desert View.
B E A U T I F U L S U N S E T
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