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Top 14 Finalists in the New7Wonders of Nature

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Based on the counting of votes at this point, New7Wonders can now reveal the names of the top 14 Finalists in the New7Wonders of Nature. They are, in alphabetical order:

Amazon, Bu Tinah Island, Dead Sea, Great Barrier Reef, Halong Bay, Iguazu Falls, Jeita Grotto, Jeju Island, Kilimanjaro, Komodo, Masurian Lake District, Puerto Princesa Underground River, Sundarbans, Table Mountain.

We extend our congratulations to the top 14, and wish them the best of luck going forward to the announcement of the provisional New7Wonders of Nature. Most of all we would like to salute all 28 Finalists, who have qualified from an initial group of over 440 locations from over 220 countries, and in particular we would like to honour and applaud the supporters of the other 14 for their dedication, their passion and their inspiring campaigns. Regardless of today’s result, all Finalists are unique and invaluable parts of our natural heritage — well done to all of them.

Note: The provisional results of the New7Wonders of Nature with the names of the 7 winners will be announced at 7:07pm GMT on www.www.new7wonders.com.

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