Photos New Zealand, Home Of “Middle-Earth”

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If I Know I Will Die Tomorrow, I Could Still Learn Something Tonight…… New Zealand

City of Queenstown has a resident population of about 18,000 and welcomes more than 100 times that number (1.89 million) visitors per year.

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Photo by: Elia Locardi

Colorful sunrise over Tunnel beach. About one third of the country is protected national park

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Photo by: James McGregor

Home Of Adventures, Hobbiton. The filming of these movies pumped around $200 million into the country’s economy. The New Zealand government even created a Minister for Lord of the Rings, to ensure the most money could be made from the film.

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Photo by: Hrund Thorsdottir

Lake Tekapo is the second-largest of three roughly parallel lakes of the Mackenzie Basin in the South Island of New Zealand.

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Photo by:Pichugin Dmitry

Long roads of New Zealand. No part of the country is more than 128km (79 miles) from the sea.

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Photo by: Trey Ratcliff

Mermaid Pools at Matapouri Bay, perfect for safe swimming and family exploring. A favourite getaway holiday destination.

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Photo by: Chris Gin

Milky way over New Zealand mountains.

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Photo by: Jay Daley

“The Wolves at The Hills”, sculptures around Queenstown.

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Photo by: Trey Ratcliff

Sculpture that looks like a cartoon, New Zealand.

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Photo by: Gibbs Farms

Sphere Rocks also known as Moeraki Boulders is a phenomenon, a formations created by hardening sea sediment – that have been exposed through sea erosion.

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Photo by: unknown

Wanaka river from above. New Zealand is one of the only countries to have two national anthems- God Save The Queen and God Defend New Zealand.

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Photo by: Pedro Pimentel

Windswept Trees in the Brute Slope Point, New Zealand. The southernmost point of beautiful New Zealand mainly is used for sheep herding.

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Photo by: Ben Seabird

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