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Ayers Rock

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Ayers Rock, the most famous tourist attraction in central Australia, is located in the desert region of central Australia, about 340 kilometers southwest of Alice Springs. The Ayers Rock is termed "Uluru" in Aboriginal language. The rock, 9 km in circumference and 867 meters above sea level (348 meters above ground level), is the largest independent rock in the world. Is a tourist attraction. According to the geological survey results, 600 million years ago, the Urulu Amadecus basin was pushed up by orogenic movement, resulting in the original alluvial mountains forming two alluvial fan, 300 million years ago, the new The orogenic movement pushed the two alluvial fans onto the sea again, showing that the 90-degree right-angle arches are Uluru, while the Kadaz Tathagata stands at an angle of 20 degrees. After a long period of weather-erosion, the formation of today's See the rocks.

Ayers Rock was first discovered by the European explorer WILLIAM GOSSE in 1873. He looked out on a very spectacular hill from afar. When he walked away and climbed the rocks, he found out that the "mountain" was in fact Is a boulder raised from the plains of the earth, he felt the mysterious atmosphere around the boulder, then he praised: "When I saw this rock, I feel her magic, mystery and incredible" He named HENRY AYERS, then governor of the South Australian colony, the rock.

1987 Ayers Rock is planned as "Uluru National Park" and included in the list of world natural heritage protection. The meaning of "Uluru" is "where meet and meet". This is the red land of Aboriginal A man living in central Australia for more than tens of thousands of years. It consists of the Ayers Rock and the Olgas Rock The most beautiful scenery in the desert. In the genesis of what the Aboriginal called TJUKURPA, ancestors created the land and the mountains and rivers, and the law was enacted, the A-nun family was the successor to the earthly mission entrusted to this Holy Spirit. At that time, the Australian government in 1985 formally returned Uluru National Park to A-kun, and they are currently under the management of them.

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