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2011 first time sunset : Stock Photo
Kenting National Park was Taiwans first national park. In 1977, for the purpose of alleviating environmental damage caused by farming and building in Kenting area, late president (then premier) Chiang Jing Guo instructed that "preservation of natural resources and the ecosystem must be taken into consideration during construction practices; plans should be made to establish a national park in Kenting area".Dazzling bright sunshine, azure blue seawater, clean shining sand beach, This is Taiwans first national park Kenting, renowned for its rich landscape of hills and water, abundant life, and natural resources for everyones enjoyment. Kenting National Park is located at the southern tip of Taiwan. With warm climate, pleasant scenery, and easy access, it is one of the most popular resorts, attracting millions of both domestic and foreign tourists every year.

2011 first time sunset

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Kenting National Park was Taiwans first national park. In 1977, for the purpose of alleviating environmental damage caused by farming and building in Kenting area, late president (then premier) Chiang Jing Guo instructed that "preservation of natural resources and the ecosystem must be taken into consideration during construction practices; plans should be made to establish a national park in Kenting area".Dazzling bright sunshine, azure blue seawater, clean shining sand beach, This is Taiwans first national park Kenting, renowned for its rich landscape of hills and water, abundant life, and natural resources for everyones enjoyment. Kenting National Park is located at the southern tip of Taiwan. With warm climate, pleasant scenery, and easy access, it is one of the most popular resorts, attracting millions of both domestic and foreign tourists every year.
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2011 First Time Sunset Stock Photo 162587048Taiwan,Cloud,Color Image,Horizontal,Long Exposure,Motion,Nature,No People,Outdoors,Pacific Ocean,Photography,Plant,Rock,Scenics,Sea,Sky,Sunset,Tranquil ScenePhotographer Collection: Moment Open � 2011 Ming-chunKenting National Park was Taiwans first national park. In 1977, for the purpose of alleviating environmental damage caused by farming and building in Kenting area, late president (then premier) Chiang Jing Guo instructed that "preservation of natural resources and the ecosystem must be taken into consideration during construction practices; plans should be made to establish a national park in Kenting area".Dazzling bright sunshine, azure blue seawater, clean shining sand beach, This is Taiwans first national park Kenting, renowned for its rich landscape of hills and water, abundant life, and natural resources for everyones enjoyment. Kenting National Park is located at the southern tip of Taiwan. With warm climate, pleasant scenery, and easy access, it is one of the most popular resorts, attracting millions of both domestic and foreign tourists every year.