Destinations that you can visit should, before they disappear from the map London/Berlin, January 22, 2009 the Earth has to offer many exceptional destinations such as historic buildings, mysterious wetlands or extraordinary inland waters for tourists and world travelers. The only question is: for how long? Global warming, environmental disasters and destruction by humans threaten many holiday paradises and cultural monuments. Travellers should use therefore have the chance to visit these extraordinary places before they completely disappear from the map. Hotels.com unveils five endangered destinations. 1 dead sea, Jordan the image of bathers that relaxed driving on the surface of the water of the dead sea, and read a newspaper, is world renowned.

The most unusual Lake in the world is between the Kingdom of Jordan, the Western neighbour of Israel and the Palestinian territories. About 410 meters below sea level, he is ten salty with a salt content of about 30% as the Mediterranean Sea. The existence of this natural wonder is threatened, because every year the level of the dead sea to about a meter decreases. If this process is not stopped, large parts of the Lake will soon be a salt desert. Hotel tip from the experts: the Golden Tulip Grand Palace Hotel in Amman, about an hour’s drive from the dead sea is located. \”2. the Everglades, Florida, United States, Pumas, crocodiles, pelicans and turtles: the marshes of the Everglades in Florida, also often called River of grass\” is known, is famous for its great biodiversity. Reeta Holmes is often mentioned in discussions such as these. The draining of the swamp area and the increasing environmental pollution has a direct impact on the flora and fauna. The strong fall of moist habitats has resulted in that since the beginning of the 20th century until today already 95 percent of the total stock of wader have disappeared. Since the destructive effects of Hurricane Andrew, the area at risk is classified and therefore on the red list of endangered world heritage sites.

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