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Nullarbor Plain: the Edge of the Earth

In the Great Australian Bight in South Australia is a vast and empty Nullarbor Plain – a real end of the world. It is the world’s largest single piece of limestone, covering an area of ​​270,000 square kilometers It stretches 1,000 km from east to west.

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