Nominate New7Wonders of Nature Candidates
The new New7Wonders of Nature campaign was launched at the end of the Declaration gala on 07.07.07. Since then, organizes have received input from more than half a million people around the planet, and hundreds of natural sites have been nominated. There is a wonderful diversity in the nominees. They include bodies of water such as Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, Lake Titicaca in Peru and Bolivia or the Dead Sea between Israel, Jordan and Palestine, canyons such as the Grand Canyon in the U.S. and Colca Canyon in Peru, waterfalls including Iguassu Falls in Brazil and Argentina, Victoria Falls in Zambia, Angel Falls in Venezuela and Niagara Falls between the U.S. and Canada, islands such as Ecuador's Galapagos Islands and Yemen's Socotra Island, as well as fjords such as Norway's Geirangerfjord. Perhaps less easy to categorize but equally impressive are other natural marvels being nominated, such as Sunderbans, the largest mangrove forest in India and Bangladesh, the world's largest salt flats, Salar de Uyuni, in Bolivia, Giant's Causeway in Ireland, Mongolia's Flaming Cliffs and the submarine Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean.
Organizers will soon be announcing the start of the first voting stage, during which they will have a live ranking of the Official Supported Nominees online. This phase will determine the Top 77 nominees, from which the 21 finalists will be chosen.
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