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Discovery Global Geopark

The Bonavista Peninsula on the eastern coast of Newfoundland, Canada, is home to Discovery. The geopark covers an area of 1150 km2 and over 280km of rugged, untouched coastlines and landscapes. This historic region showcases the enduring impact of a diverse and dramatic geologic past, including evidence of early Ediacaran life.

Bükk-Region Aspiring UNESCO Global Geopark

The Bükk-Region Aspiring UNESCO Global Geopark covers one of the most complex geological environments in Hungary. Those who wander in this unparalleled mountainous region, witnessing its history spanning millions of years can truly understand the message of the rocks; permanence, persistence, progress and the keeper’s role

Lesvos Island UNESCO Global Geopark

Lesvos Island is the third largest Greek island. Lesvos’ Petrified Forest, its unique wealth of geological monuments, landscapes of natural beauty, areas of ecological value and its rich archaeological and cultural heritage have contributed to the island’s recognition as UNESCO Global Geopark.

Cliffs of Fundy UNESCO Global Geopark

The Cliffs of Fundy Geopark is located on the north shore of the Minas Basin in the Bay of Fundy. The Geopark is located in Mi'kma'ki, the unceded and traditional territory of the Mi'kmaw people. The Geopark is home to the highest tides in on Earth and showcases the assembly and breakup of the supercontinent Pangea.

Papuk UNESCO Global Geopark

Papuk UGGp is situated in the eastern part of Croatia, in the Slavonia region.
The visitor centre "House of Pannonian Sea" in Velika was renovated and now features one of Papuk’s most interesting geological stories about the long-gone Pannonian Sea.

Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark

Stonehammer Geopark is a 2,500km region in Southern New Brunswick, Canada, on the shores of the Bay of Fundy. It is located on the traditional unsurrendered and unceded territories of the Wolastoqiyik, Peskotomuhkatik and Mi’kmaq peoples and has a geologic history going back 1 billion years and a human history over 12,000 years. (subs)

Tabas UNESCO Global Geopark

Tabas UNESCO Global Geopark with an area of 22771 km2, is located in the northwest of South Khorasan province, acting as a transportation highway from south and west to east and northeast of Iran in a desert area with a hot and dry climate. Many geologists have called Tabas the geological paradise of Iran.

Lushan UNESCO Global Geopark

Lushan UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the northern part of Jiangxi Province, China. It covers an area of 548 km2. She is the first Chinese world heritage cultural landscape in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1996, and was inscribed as one of the first members of GGN in 2004.

Mixteca Alta UNESCO Global Geopark

Mixteca Alta, Oaxaca UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the Sierra Madre del Sur physiographical province, a mountain region bounded on the north by the Mexican Volcanic Belt. From a geological point of view, this region is considered the most complex of Mexico.