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Fiordland New Zealand

Fiordland (Te-Rua-o-te-moko)

One of the the planet's great wilderness area largely untouched by humans

Information about Fiordland (Te-Rua-o-te-moko)

Fiordland National Park was officially constituted in 1952 and became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1986. Today, the park is part of Te Wahipounamu South West New Zealand/The place of Greenstone which incorporates Aoraki/Mt Cook, Fiordland, Mt Aspiring and Westland National Parks. One of only three World Heritage sites in New Zealand, Te Wahipounamu is described as an area of 'superlative natural phenomena' and 'outstanding examples of the earth's evolutionary history'.

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Fiordland New Zealand
Fiordland New Zealand
Fiordland New Zealand

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