The World’s Most Beautiful Places

Certainly, at least one of these places will last on your list of places to visit in this lifetime because you can not not fall in love at least one of them! Some simply cut your breath and others remember you why is really important in life.

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Cliffs of Moher from Irlanda

The Cliffs of Moher is one of the most beautiful place on Planet Earth.It is located  at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean,in Ireland.2000 square-mile expansion of the Atlantic will certainly fascinate you. If you are an adventurer certaintly this cliff will be an amazing experience for you.This place is also good for surfers.The waves here are famous as the “Giant of Moher”. The right time to visit this place is in October.

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The Great Wall of China

Another place you should not miss it in this life is the Great Wall of China, which has a length of more than 9,500 kilometers, but length is the simplest thing that can describe this “greatness”.No one doubts that this place deserves to be one of the wonders of the world.Thousands of people participate in the maintenance stunning building from time-to-time.It is “one of the masterpieces” of human being that ever existed in Time!The most suitable time for visiting the Great Wall of China is, yet again, the month of October.

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Iguazu Falls

Located at the confluence of three countries Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, Iguazu Falls, which is part of UNESCO, attracts five million tourists annually. When the river water level is high, the show is great and scary at the same time, the whole ridge is covered by a flood. The waterfall has 2,7 km and is almost three times larger than Niagara in North America and significantly higher in terms of width than the Victoria Falls in Africa. Most of the falls is located in Argentina.

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Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal  seems detached from a story, but is very real and beautiful. The famous Taj Mahal mausoleum is located in Agra, India, and was built by Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Mausoleum is considered the most beautiful example of architecture mogul, an architectural style that combines elements of Persian, Indian and Islamic. In 2007 Taj Mahal was ranked on the 6 place on the list of winners in choosing the seven wonders of the contemporary world.

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Grand Canyon of Colorado

Grand Canyon is a look at the history of removed earth.His architecture is so weird that makes you feel like you landed in a Lost World, another planet very different from ours.An area which covers the 18 miles cliff and extends up to 277 miles, with a depth of up to 1 mile, the Grand Canyon is the most popular natural tourist destination across the ages.This place also describes a period known as the Proterozoic and Paleozoic – the history of the earth for 2 million years ago, a landscape that can not even depicted through the film and there is not any anywhere in the world.

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The world sees very different from the Matterhorn mountain nearly 4,500 feet, one of the symbolic landscapes of Switzerland.Matterhorn is located near Zermatt at the border between Italy and the Pennine Alps in Switzerland, is one of the most famous mountains in the world and more special.

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The Great Coral Reef in Australia

The great coral reef in Australia has some landscapes which will captivate you forever.Contrary to the name of The Great Coral Reef  is not unitary but consists of a real network of reefs stretching over a distance of more than 2000 km parallel to the north coast of Australia Lady Elliot Island in Queensland’s near the shore of South to Papua New Guinea.

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