December 10, 2014
Viedma Lake long in southern Patagonia near the border between Chile and Argentina. It’s a major elongated trough lake formed from melting glacial ice.
The name of the lake comes from the Spanish explorer Antonio de Viedma, who in 1783 reached its shores, being the first European to do so.
December 9, 2014
Aranuka is an atoll of Kiribati, located just north of the equator, in the Gilbert Islands. It has an area of 11.6 square kilometers and a population of 1,057 in 2010. By local tradition, Aranuka is the central island of the Gilbert group.