Mountains and water

According to assessments, the life of one tenth of the entire human population depends directly on mountains. They are not important only for the people who inhabit them, but also for those who live in the valleys and basins below them. On a global level, the mountains’ greatest value is...
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Trees as habitats

Trees are often seen as a unit of one species, while forests as a population of species. In fact, trees, particularly mature trunks, are habitats of many species of living organisms. With their trunks, crowns, fruit and branches they provide living conditions for many creatures. Habitat trees can be defined...
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Importance of natural rarities

Natural rarities are part of animate and inanimate nature and as objects of nature they are under special state protection because of their importance for scientific, aesthetic, health and other purposes, and their cultural, educational, tourism and recreational function. Natural rarities are part of the natural heritage of one country....
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Role of natural landscapes

Landscape is a visual representation of the natural characteristics of an area. Each area has specific landscape values. Landscape is a visible physical representation of areas and ecosystems. According to some definitions, natural landscapes are landscapes that are not under the influence of human activities. According to others, humans can...
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Biodiversity and Environmental Protection

Biodiversity is the quantity of different life species on Earth. Biodiversity means the number of different species of plants, animals, fungi and microorganisms. In addition to living organisms, biodiversity also means all types of ecosystems and habitats. Biodiversity is a key and fundamental component for maintaining life of nature on...
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Why Do We Climb High Peaks?

In ancient times people were of the opinion that high mountain peaks, almost always hidden in clouds, were the home of gods. Even today high mountain ranges are considered divine among certain nations. We cannot say with certainty when men started climbing mountain tops. But it is thought that the...
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Nature, People and History

Since humans appeared as a species they started changing, modifying and tame nature for their own goals and purposes. They created ways and methods to cultivate land, re-route water courses, grow food and hunt. However, people have also admired remarkable reliefs, high mountaintops, large waterfalls, fast rivers, strong springs and...
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