The existence of such beauty it is hard to believe.
These places and landscapes seem to get out of the fairy tales of our childhood, their existence is hard to believe, but they exist in reality.
Well, delve into the tale?
The Castle Of Mont Saint-Michel, France
The castle of Mont Saint-Michel is one of the most popular attractions in France, affecting their uniqueness and literally fabulous view! Because the monastery on a rock sticking out of the water depths, simply can not look stunning.
This tunnel is located in a garden of flowers Kawachi Fuji, Japan. While you are there, immersed in a truly unreal atmosphere! At different times of year and depending on the lighting it turns a different color.
Tourists from around the world gather in Gansu province, China, to admire the unusual landscape. The main attraction here is the unique mountainous terrain, called “landscape Danxia”.
Dark alley in Ireland
These beautiful beech trees age of about 300 years, grow near the village of Armoy (Armoy) in County Antrim (Antrim) Northern Ireland. Because of the closely interwoven branches of beech trees, the locals called the tree tunnel “Dark hedges” (Dark Hedges), that in Russian correct to say “Dark alley”.
Glenfinnan Viaduct, Scotland
The most photogenic railway bridge in Scotland is known far beyond the UK. Fans of books and films about the wizard Harry Potter this viaduct is primarily associated with the Hogwarts Express. After all, it was passing the famous train in the film “Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets”.
Cave of giant crystals
An underground world full of wonders. These amazing cave, called the Cave of crystals (Cueva de los Cristales), located in the Mexican desert at 300 meters depth.
These formations were created by nature millions of years.
Colmar – a picturesque Alsatian town with well-preserved historical quarters, which plunge you into the middle ages. The city has a huge number of delightfully beautiful buildings that were built in the middle Ages and during the Renaissance.
The waterfall is known for its beautiful white slopes, it is one of the geological wonders of Turkey. Thermal springs gushing from the mountains many hundreds of years, formed a beautiful terrace with ponds of different depths.
Taj Mahal, India
What could be more fabulous than the Taj Mahal. This is the first Association that arise at the mention of Oriental tales.
The temple Paro-lhakhang, Bhutan
Paro-lhakhang, also known as tiger’s Lair – the famous Buddhist monastery situated on a cliff at the top of the Paro valley in Bhutan. Often being in the clouds and fog, leaves an unforgettable, mystical experience.
Baobab alley, Madagascar
20. Baobab alley is on a dirt road between Morondava and Belon’i Tsiribihina in the Menabe region in Western Madagascar.
The stunning landscape attracts travelers from around the world, making it one of the most visited places in the region.
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