100 the most beautiful places everyone has to visit at least once (Part 2)

We are continuing our trip around 100 the most beautiful places around the world which everyone should visit once in life. These gorgeous places are really worthy natural heritage.

Wonderful valleys, beaches, cathedrals, national parks, canyons and bridges… 

The world has stored a lot of fantastic places that you definitely have to see with your own eyes.

The Valley of Fire, USA

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The Valley of Fire is the oldest park in the state of Nevada. In 1968, on the territory of the Valley, a state reserve was established. It occupied the total area of 42,000 acres. Such name was given to this Valley due to frequent sandstorms, that are an impressive sight indeed. Some of the rocks in the park were formed 150 million years ago. And still on these rocks the drawings of ancient people called petroglyph are preserved.

Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal
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To see the Taj Mahal, go to the city of Agra, Uttar Pradesh in India. The name “Taj Mahal” already speaks for itself. In translation from Persian it means “The greatest of palaces”. Every year more than two million visitors come to visit this amazing place. It is really an impressive sight, is not it?

Hidden beach, Mexico

Hidden Beach
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A hidden beach on the Islas Marietas, not far from the city of Puerto Vallarta, was formed from a crater that appeared here after the explosion of a dropped bomb when the Mexican army conducted services. Just imagine: you go back home and tell all your friends how you spent several ideal days in a funnel from a bomb in Mexico. The hidden beach is pure white sand, clear water, few people and wildlife.

Yellowstone National Park, USA

Yellowstone National Park
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Yellowstone Park is located on the territory of just three states: mostly in Wyoming, as well as in Idaho and Montana. The park is famous for its picturesque landscapes, diverse wildlife and geysers. Here you can see waterfalls, canyons, lakes and even an eruption of a volcano. According to information from Wikipedia, there are 1,770 kilometers of marked trails in the park. Just imagine how many routes can be covered.

Marble Cave, Chile

Marble Cave
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The cave is located on the border of two countries, Chile and Argentina. The marble mountain consists of caves that frame the blue water of the mountain lake of General Carrera (it is also Buenos Aires). Tourists, as a rule, come here for taking unusual pictures and fishing.

Grand Canyon, USA

Grand Canyon
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The age of the Grand Canyon is 5-6 million years. It means that on the rocks you can find traces of at least four geological eras of our planet. With the depth of the canyon, the temperature changes, and, consequently, both the flora and fauna. Here you can not only look at the natural beauty. The Grand Canyon is a tourist destination, so there is enough entertainment for visitors: from mule excursions to alloys on the Colorado River.

Fairy pools on the island of Skye, Scotland

Island Of Skye
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Water reservoirs on Mount Kailin are also called Fei basins. It is best to visit them on a bit cloudy day, after a little rain because the water level will be more than usual, the flow will not be so turbulent, and thanks to the clouds, all the colors and shades of rocks and water will be visible much better.

Suspended bridges of Canopy, Borneo

Suspension Bridges Of Canopy
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Suspension bridges are probably the only creation of man’s hands in this untouched corner of nature. Flora and fauna amaze everyone with its variety: flying lizards, predatory flowers, orangutans and even species that are not described by scientists. However, a walk along the bridges that creak and sway at 40-meter height, in the crowns of tropical trees, will surely give you much stronger impression.

Road of the Giants, Ireland

Road Of The Giants
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This coastal area consists of 40 000 Basalt columns connected to each other. And besides it is the most popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The road of the giants is the result of many years of volcanic eruptions. Lava, slowly solidifying, turned into hexagonal columns, the largest of which reaches 12 meters height.

Black beach, Hawaii

Black Beach
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Black beach, Panaluu, was formed as a result of volcanic activity. The beach, in fact, is a mixture of lava and basalt, so the sand on the coast is full of black. On the beach you can find not only tourists, but also a lot of sea turtles, including extinct hawksbill sea turtle.

Hope, we could share with you some interesting information about the most beautiful places for visiting around the whole world.

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