3月1日、タクラマカン砂漠の胡楊林

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A Uyghur man travelling with his camels in Taklamakan desert, 2nd largest desert in the world, located in southern Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China. Photo by Feng Wei

Desert Traveller - A Uyghur man travelling with his camels in Taklamakan desert, largest desert in the world, located in southern Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China.

Alone in the Thar Desert (India Khoohdi.) | Seul dans le désert du Thar (Khoohdi. Inde) | Solo en el desierto de Thar (India Khoohdi.)

Alone in the Thar Desert (India Khoohdi.) | Seul dans le désert du Thar (Khoohdi. Inde) | Solo en el desierto de Thar (India Khoohdi.)

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Cool Science Facts: There is a giant underground ocean hidden in the Taklamakan Desert.

Cool Science Facts: There is a giant underground ocean hidden in the Taklamakan Desert.

A caravanserai was a roadside inn where travelers could rest and recover from the day's journey. Typically they are courtyards with one gate to the outside world; surrounded by shelters for animals and people. They had shops, brothels, and even baths. Remains of caravanserais are found along trade routes covering Asia, North Africa, and South-Eastern Europe.

A caravanserai was a roadside inn where travelers could rest and recover from the day's journey. Remainings of caravanserais are find along trade routes covering Asia, North Africa, and South-Eastern Europe.

3月1日、タクラマカン砂漠の胡楊林

Bing Image Archive: Sand dunes and yellow populus diversifolia trees along the lower part of the Talimu River, China (© George Steinmetz/Corbis)(Bing Canada)

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