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Fly Geyser : masterpiece of nature's wonders

Is not a model of man-made ​​and not a project for industrial or surround the fountain, it is a real hot spring water never stopped Fizz for more than fifty years!

There is this spring in the district and Washoe in Nevada - United States of America, has begun its formation since 1916, after digging violent in the region, and by the year 1960 had been found hot water way toward the surface and began to fizz did not stop until the present day, reaching 5 feet (1.5 m) in the air

What distinguishes this spring for other is these small hills with amazing colors and created by the accumulation of dissolved minerals over the past few years, and grow the hills and grow in size over the years due to increased accumulation of soluble salts problem wonderful masterpiece attracts tourists and residents of the area.

Fly Geyser Photo

Source : wikipedia

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