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100 the most beautiful places everyone has to visit at least once (Part 7)

Do you miss our trips around the most beautiful places around the world? If yes, then we are going to start today’s journey and show you around places visiting which you can tell “Wow! Amazing! Wonderful! Gorgeous! Great!”

China, Australia, Egypt, Scotland and the USA  — these countries have some places to impress you with!

Tianzi Mountain, China

Zhangjiajie National Park

Tianzi Mountain is one of the four most famous scenic areas of the Wulingyuan Nature Reserve. The summit of Tianzi is located in the middle of the “golden triangle” at an altitude of 1,260 meters. It’s a place of beautiful waterfalls, mysterious caves, picturesque forests and rich fauna. For those who are afraid to overcome the path through the woods alone, there are cable cars. They can quickly get you to the top of the mountain.

Solovki, Russia

Holy Lake

For a trip around Solovki three or four days is not enough – there are so many sights, monuments of ancient architecture that are worth seeing here. We recommend you to visit the Solovetsky Monastery, Beluzhsky Cape and watch the beluga whales, that look like albino dolphins, go to the Solovetsky monasteries and see the mysterious labyrinths on Cape Labyrinths. Getting to Solovki is not easy, but it’s worth it.

Petra, Jordan

old city of Petra

The oldest city of Peter, built before our era, lost in the sands, is still amazing. Its first inhabitants learned not only to extract water in the desert, but also knew how to work with stone. Therefore, many centuries later, more than half a million tourists come to Jordan every year to see with their own eyes the magnificent buildings that testify to the glorious past times of Petra.

Twelve Apostles, Australia

Great Ocean Road

If you ever find yourself in Australia, be sure to look at the cliffs, which were called the Twelve Apostles. But today only eight of them are visible: in 2005, several rocks collapsed. This is because they are not made of stone, but of limestone, which cannot withstand the erosion influence.

Great Wall of China

the great wall

The Great Wall of China is one of the largest and most ancient architectural monuments. Its length is almost 9 thousand kilometers — the dimensions are really impressive. In addition, it is one of the most visited attractions in the world: every year about 40 million tourists come here.

Boulders Babinda, Australia

Babinda Boulders

In Australia, there is a reservoir formed by three streams that flow down from Mount Bartl Frere. The water managed to carve the rocks, which have become one of the wonders of the world. The surface of the boulders is polished almost to shine, and they impress with their size. This place is also called the devil’s pool, as a strong stream can easily carry a person away. But even this danger does not stop travelers.

Pyramid of Cheops, Egypt

Great pyramid in Egypt

You can look enjoy watching the pyramid of Cheops on the Giza plateau, on the outskirts of Cairo. By the way, here you can also see the famous sphinx. To be near the pyramids means to touch history. Just think how a man could erect such a monumental building! Despite many different theories, no one has yet been able to accurately answer the question of how this was possible at all.

The Dead Sea

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea is a very unusual reservoir. In fact, it is a drainless lake and also the saltiest in the world. You can swim there, just lying on your back, like a float. The Dead Sea is located between Israel, Jordan and Palestine. The unique content of salts and minerals in the water has turned this reservoir into a health resort created by nature and attracting millions of tourists from all over the globe. Not only water has healing properties, but also dirt that is mined from the bottom of this lake.

Arizona crater, USA

Meteor Crater

The Arizona crater is not the largest, but the best preserved trail from the Earth’s collision with a meteorite. In order to form such a funnel, it was necessary that the meteorite weighed 300 tons and entered the atmosphere at a speed 157 times faster than the speed of the sound. The power of the explosion during the collision was so huge that it can be compared to the power of the explosion of 8,000 atomic bombs, similar to those dropped on Hiroshima. On the edge of the crater there is a museum dedicated to its history.

Loch Ness, Scotland

Loch Ness in Scotland

Loch Ness is famous not only for its beautiful views, but also for the legends about the Loch Ness monster. Therefore, fascinating excursions are held daily on the lake for tourists who want to not only learn about the picturesque place, but also hope that they will be able to see even a small eye of this mythical monster.

Hope you enjoyed our today’s trip and you will be back soon again.

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100 the most beautiful places everyone has to visit at least once (Part 6)

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