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    The most beautiful forests in the world

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    Martí Micolau
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    The Amazonian forest, besides being one of the largest, is certainly the most famous forest in the world. The lung of the Earth.
    Its extension, but above all the variety of fauna and flora present in this area, have always exerted a fascination on nature lovers, and not only.
    But it is not necessary to go to South America to discover the enchantment of the woods, even in Europe there are wonderful forests, even Italy has a fair amount of woodland.
    We offer you some of the the most beautiful forests in the world.



    Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
    Snow-capped peaks, deep lakes, steep valleys form spectacular fjords that characterize the entire park. It is the largest national park in New Zealand and is part of the Unesco heritage.

    Durmitor National Park, Montenegro
    Durmitor is a mountain range in the Dinaric Alps in northern Montenegro. The homonymous National Park also includes the Crna Poda massif and forest, an important forest, the only virgin in Europe, of black pines, with plants and trunks over 50 meters high and resistant over time. The forest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Amazon rainforest, South America
    The known area of ​​the Amazon exceeds 7 million km² and has a vastness of flora and fauna that make the area of ​​inestimable biological value. The Amazon is also occupied by numerous indigenous peoples.

    Black Forest, Germany
    The Black Forest, located in the region of Baden-Württemberg (South West Germany), is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Central Europe. The variety of landscapes and colors make this place a unique place, much loved by tourists.



    Jiuzhaigou Valley, Cina
    This Chinese Nature Reserve is known for its many waterfalls and lakes, and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992.

    Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina
    "Nantahala" is a Cherokee word and means "Land of the midday sun." The name is appropriate because in some places the sun reaches the earth only at noon.

    Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Costa Rica
    This Costa Rican Reserve is located along the Cordillera de Tilarán within the Puntarenas and the province of Alajuela.

    El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico
    El Yunque is a subtropical rainforest in the North East of Puerto Rico. It is the only tropical forest under the US flag. El Yunque is rich in traditions and natural diversity. A real natural treasure.


    Redwood National and State, California
    It takes its name from the coast redwood sequoias, so named for the reddish color of the wood, which are the tallest trees in the world.

    Tongass National Forest, Alaska
    Tongass National Forest is located in Southeast Alaska and is the largest national forest in the United States. There are many endangered species of animals here.

    Foresta Umbra, Italy
    The Umbra Forest Nature Reserve is a protected natural area located within the Gargano National Park. It extends in the central-eastern area of ​​the Gargano, at about 800 meters above sea level. The name "shadow", comes from the Latin and means gloomy, shadowy, as it was then, and as it appears in part today.
     


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