The Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary was a maximum high-security prison located on Alcatraz Island just off the coast of San Francisco. It was originally built as an army prison for the United States in 1910-1912 but was later improved to house America’s most notorious criminals in 1934.
The Dead Sea, located near Jordan, Israel and Palestine is one of the most popular bodies of water, not just for being one of the deepest lakes in the world but also for being one of the saltiest bodies of water.
Tasman Island is a rocky, desolate place that contains steep cliffs that are a few hundred feet tall as well as patchy areas of grassland and scrub. An abandoned, bare landscape that is very hard to reach and even harder to explore.
To the North of Newcastle and the South of Nelson Bay sits a clump of 11 shacks on an infinite stretch of sand. They have no electricity, water or sewerage and there are no roads leading to this place. It is known as Tin City.
Hundreds of thousands of burrows dot the mountainside in this location on the South Island of New Zealand. Wild rabbits freely roam these mountains despite the effort to control them and reduce the numbers of the population.