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Hang Son Doong in Vietnam is the largest cave on Earth. Located near the border between Laos and Vietnam, this behemoth is approximately 9km (5.6 miles) long and contains its own large, flowing river.

The largest chamber in this single cave runs for 5km (3.1 miles), is 200m (656ft) high and 150m (492ft) wide, and contains some of the tallest stalagmites in the world – up to 70m tall (229ft).


Photographs by Ryan Deboodt, John Spies, Patrick Murray, Dinh Anh Cuong Nguyen, and Mike Rowbottom

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Angkor – Ta Prohm, UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, Cambodia /  a beautiful photograph of a huge tree holding together some of the ruins at this plaza in the centre of Ta Prohm. Many temples of the Angkor complex near Siem Reap, Cambodia, are lacking sound statics. Where trees don’t come as a help you’ll find many walls, doors and windows heavily distorted. / photograph by ‘zerega’ on flickr