The Twelve Apostles
Among the many attractions that occur in Australia, the Twelve Apostles are undoubtedly one of the most monumental worth visiting: the imposing and majestic cliffs located not far from the coast of Port Campbell National Park in Australia that make the landscape very singular, unique of its kind. Called up the Sow and Piglets to 1922 (the sow and piglets), and were then called the Twelve Apostles, although it is actually 8 monoliths of that nature continues to act with winds of erosion that continue to sculpt the bases with a speed of 2 centimeters per year: it was July 3, 2005 so that suddenly a monolith 50 feet high crashed in ocean waters less than a minute, under the incredulous eyes of tourists who took photos. A unique location truly extraordinary must for travelers to visit Australia during their holidays, which can be reached along a road just as wonderful: the Great Ocean Road which, presenting many places to stop, allowing visitors to admire a beautiful ocean view. Really impressive during specific times of day, the Twelve Apostles are a true masterpiece of nature.