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. (subs)
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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. (subs)
Mixteca Alta, Oaxaca UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the Sierra Madre del Sur physiolograpical 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. (subs)
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)
The Seridó Geopark is located in the northeast of Brazil, has a geological heritage that dates back to the last 600 million years, with emphasis on Scheelite mineralizations. The region is also marked by the Caatinga, the only exclusively Brazilian biome. It's a territory of hardworking people, proud of their land. (subs)
The Lavriotiki district is one of the oldest mining districts in the world, with evidence of early mining from the Late Neolithic period over 5.200 years ago. Worldwide, there is no comparable area like Lavriotiki, combining exemplary mineralogical, geological, mining and archaeological characteristics. (subs)
El Hierro UNESCO Geopark is located in the El Hierro Island. The most important task of this Geopark is the vulcanism. (subs)
Our film explores the captivating landscapes, diverse ecosystems, and the rich geological history of our geopark. Through stunning visuals and compelling storytelling, we aim to inspire and educate viewers about the importance of preserving and appreciating our natural and cultural heritage. (subs)
The Oeste aspiring Geopark has a total area of 1154km2. The 72km of Atlantic coastline are a great attraction for locals and occasional visitors. Also, the geological landscapes and the rock exposure in the coastal cliffs with dinosaurs, attract interested people, researchers and scientific tourists from all over the world. (subs)
Ngorongoro Lengai Geopark is the only protected area in Sub-Saharan Africa with internationally significant geological features, and which opens its doors to tourism, conservation, education, and research concerning not just geology but other relevant sciences. (subs)
Taining UNESCO Global Geopark is located in Taining County, the northwestern part of Fujian Province, China, with a total area of 492.5 square kilometers. It’s a comprehensive geopark with Danxia landform as the main body, satisfying the purposes of scientific research, scientific education, sightseeing, relaxation and vacation. (subs)
Hantangang Global Geopark is Korea's first geopark formed around rivers. Current hantangang river were formed by volcanic eruptions about 540,000 to 120,000 years ago, and the lava that flowed at that time gave them various beautiful topography and landscapes such as basalt cliffs, columnar joint and waterfalls. (subs)
The Kinabalu UNESCO Global Geopark [covering an area of 4,750 km2] is the youngest granitoid intrusion in Southeast Asia. A World Heritage Site, one of the most important and significant natural habitats for in-situ conservation of biological diversity, cultural heritage and economic development. (subs)
It is located in the central mountainous area of the island and host the most complete and well-preserved oceanic crust on Earth that has rendered Cyprus as a geological model for geoscientists around the world. Also, it host a remarkable number of endemic flora and fauna in protected habitats created by the unique geology. (subs)
Qeshm Island UNESCO Global Geopark, which has the shape of a dolphin is located in the south of Iran. In addition to the rich biodiversity, being on the maritime trade route of the Persian Gulf towards Arab countries, India and East Africa has caused the formation of valuable cultural diversity in this island.
In Orígens UNESCO Global Geopark you can travel back in time to discover the origins of the universe, the formation of the Pyrenees, the human evolution, the appearance of new life forms. You can also find the remains of the last dinosaurs that lived in Europe before the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Tuscany, Metalliferous Hills. A wonderful and complex landscape. Mountains, hills and sea within a few kilometers, rich in geodiversity and mining deposits of copper, lead, silver and pyrite exploited by man since ancient times. The rocks tell the geological history of Italy and the mines the hard work of man over time.
Itoigawa Geopark sits on Itoigawa-Shizuoka Tectonic Line, a massive fault which splits the Japanese Islands between the North American and Eurasian continental plates. It is also home to the one of world's oldest jade-working cultures. The Stone Town Itoigawa Project seeks to introduce young people to ways to enjoy the Geopark.
Rinjani-Lombok UNESCO Global Geopark, located in Lombok, Indonesia. Home to Mount Rinjani, an active volcano and the one of the highest peak in Indonesia. Explore its unique geological features, encounter rare flora and fauna, and immerse themselves in the cultural traditions of the local Sasak people.
Zigong UGGp covers strata from Triassic to Cretaceous that witnessed sea-land changes, taking Jurassic dinosaur fossils and Triassic well-salt relics as the main characteristics and Cyathea flora as the supplementa, as well asintegrating the profound history and culture of Zigong City. (subs)
Bohol Island, the first UNESCO Global Geopark of the Philippines, covers 8,808 sq km of land and surrounding lush marine protected areas. The island geopark is home to 1.4 million people who have kept alive more than 400 years of rich history and cultural traditions in harmony with its unique geological treasures. (w/ subtitle)
Oki Islands UGGp is located in the Sea of Japan, and encompasses four inhabited and many uninhabited islands. With its remote island environment, marine life, and fisheries industry, marine-related heritages and actions are important to the local community. In 2023 we hosted an International Marine Debris Symposium.
True natural treasures are unveiled amongst walls and massive valleys. A close encounter with the forest green and the water energy thrills those who explore the territory. Communities display their identity through their lifestyle, while keeping their traditions alive from a rich cultural heritage. (subs)
The Karawanken/Karavanke UNESCO Global Geopark is a cross-border region of natural and cultural experiences with an outstanding geological heritage, managed by European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) with five Slovene and nine Austrian municipalities, which are bound together in an area of 1.067 km2. (subs)
Out and about in the land of maars and volcanoes: between Bad Bertrich near the Moselle and Ormont on the Belgian border stretches an extraordinary and exciting part of the earth's surface. The volcanic landscape offers rich and exciting adventures which attract visitors as well as scientists from all over the world.
Molina-Alto Tajo UNESCO Global Geopark, located in the province of Guadalajara, Spain. Awesome and varied landscapes, rich flora and abundant fauna converge, all with a long history and great monumental and cultural heritage.
In Eastern Luxembourg, the rural Mëllerdall UNESCO Global Geopark covers 256 km² with a population of about 25,500 inhabitants. It forms one of the most spectacular sandstone landscapes in Western Europe and has been a tourist attraction since the late 19th century. (subs)
Granada UNESCO Global Geopark
The Massif des Bauges tells the story of how people have appropriated it over the ages. How this territory has conditioned their activities and how today they organise themselves to meet the challenges of the time. A tool available to everyone, which can be used within the framework of the current charter revision, to share and appreciate one's involvement in the future of the territory, between the preservation of its heritage and new occupation and development issues. The aim is to share the knowledge and specific features of the massif in an attractive way, particularly in the context of its UNESCO Global Geopark label.