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Bowley Pond, Greenwich, Prince Edward Island
Canada

The western tip of the Greenwich Peninsula is part of Prince Edward Island National Park. The landscape varies from secluded wooded areas to open abandoned agricultural fields to spectacular vistas over Bowley Pond. Among the most spectacular natural characteristics are the unusually large and mobile parabolic dunes with their associated counter ridges or Gegenwälle. This phenomenon is very rare in North America - http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/pn-np/pe/pei-ipe/ne/ne1.aspx

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