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New Zealand lies in the Pacific Ocean, 1900 km south- east of its nearest neighbor, Australia. It consists of two main islands, both are long and narrow.
Capital: Wellington Language: English and Maori Currency: New Zealand dollar
Over four fifths New Zealanders live in cities. Three quarters of the population live on the North Island, where it is the warmest, South Island is the larger of two main islands. Auckland (the largest city) Christchurch
Places of Interest New Zealand is a destination for nature lovers and adventure. Who is looking for tension, can enjoy themselves in Queenstown bungee jumping or riding a jet boat just a whisker from rocky cliffs, nature, visitors can enjoy a dramatically beautiful Milford Sound, the rainforest surrounded by glaciers and countless charming beaches.
Egmont National Park Almost perfectly symmetrical volcano Mount Taranaki in Egmont, creating a very impressive spectacle. There live many animals, such as kiwi bird.
Rotorua Around the city you can admire many Rotorua geothermal pools and rock formations.
Wellington This capital city is located in Cook Strait, here filming The Lord of the Rings.
Pancake Rocks Limestone rocks washed by the sea, are stacked in high towers. Located on the South Island.
Fox Glacier and Franz Josef Proud glacial twins on New Zealand's west coast falls steeply to a height of 300 meters above sea level.
Waitomo Waitomo area with water tunnels and caves where the "shining worms" (a special kind of larvae of fireflies New Zealand).
Last attractions All Blacks are New Zealand's national team. Among the best in the world. Haka, by New Zealand's rugby players perform before the game is based on the traditional Maori war dance. When a Maori greeting hongi rubbing noses. The next one woodcut tradition, weaving and tattooing.
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