Monday, 11 July 2016

Day 2 Activity 2: New Zealand Famous Landmarks

Activity 2: Rio de Janeiro, the host of Olympic Games this year, is a huge, vibrant and dynamic city. Perhaps the most famous landmark in the city is a large statue of Jesus called ‘Christ the Redeemer’ that sits on top of a hill overlooking Rio. Here is a picture of the statue: New Zealand is also known for many famous landmarks, including the SkyTower and the Harbour Bridge. In your blog list 3 famous landmarks in New Zealand. Along with the name of each landmark provide a brief description of it. Where is the landmark located? In your opinion, why is it famous?  

Landmark 1: Fiordland National Park.
Fiordland occupies the southwest corner of the South Island of New Zealand. It is the largest of the 14 national parks in New Zealand. Most visitors or tourists usually visit Fiordland to go Fishing, Hiking or to even swim in lakes. The name Fiordland comes from the word Fiord. Fiord means a long narrow inlet of sea between high cliffs.

Landmark 2: Lake Taupo.
Lake Taupo is located in the North Island of New Zealand. This landmark is famous for Parachuting and for it's beautiful Volcano. 

Landmark 3: Huka Falls
Huka Falls are a set of waterfalls located in Taupo. This landmark is famous for it's footbridge over a powerful waterfall and it's blue waters. 

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