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salt pan

n.
1. An undrained shallow depression in which water accumulates, evaporates, and deposits salt.
2. A small lake of brackish water occupying such a depression.
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All that heat and dust certainly helps work up a thirst, so it was great to end the walk at a bar overlooking the waves crashing on the rocks at the base of the salt pans and the Fuencaliente lighthouse.
The lighthouses and salt pans in Fuencaliente INEVER thought that an hourlong, twisting drive up to the highest point of La Palma in the Canary Islands would have brought me so close to home.
John Dagnia and his family established a highly successful glass business at West Panns in South Shields where they also leased a number of salt pans.
He described the area as the largest salt pans in the world and display a unique expanse of landscape with fascinating natural scenic beauty.
We enjoyed exploring coves and bays, vineyards and olive groves, salt pans and mountain eyries.
Along with Gozo Island in Malta, Anfeh has the oldest salt pans in the Mediterranean.
On Earth, sodium compounds such as salt give sea water its salty taste and the white colour of salt pans in deserts.
An important aspect of the plan is that it opens up No Development Zones (NDZ) and salt pans for development--earmarking 2,100 hectares of NDZ redesignated as Special Development Zones and 320 hectares of salt pan land for constructing one million affordable houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yajana--an ambitious project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to provide housing for all.
An important aspect of the plan is that it opens up No Development Zones (NDZ) and salt pans for development --earmarking 2,100 hectares of NDZ redesignated as Special Development Zones and 320 hectares of salt pan land for constructing one million affordable houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yajana --an ambitious project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to provide housing for all.
An important aspect of the plan is that it opens up No Development Zones (NDZ) and salt pans for development -- earmarking 2,100 hectares of NDZ redesignated as Special Development Zones and 320 hectares of salt pan land for constructing one million affordable houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yajana -- an ambitious project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to provide housing for all.
Salt pans are still made by human hands creating a hypersaline ecosystem from which crude salt is extracted during summer.