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Manhattan, New York
As one of the most popular tourist destinations and heavily populated places anywhere in the world, Manhattan offers something for everyone, including vast amounts beauty, irrelevant of what you consider to be beautiful.
From the lush greenery and openness of Central Park to the awe-inspiring and breathtaking view from the top of the Rockefeller Centre to the iconic Statue of Liberty and the world famous yellow cabs, it would be difficult for anyone to visit Manhattan and not find part of it stunning.
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Killarney, Ireland
The town of Killarney in County Kerry is one of those that mixes traditional Irish charm with fantastic historical views and amazing scenery.
Being home to an official National Park, an array of wonderful lakes and many quaint, beautiful viewpoints, Killarney is a must for anyone visiting Ireland.
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Machu Picchu, Peru
Located on a mountainous area above the Urubamba Valley, Machu Picchu is a pre-Colombian Inca site and regardless of whether you have an interest in history or not, can make you stop and stare in sheer awe.
Built initially in the middle of the 15th century, Machu Picchu was said to have been inhabited for around 100 years before it became uninhabited and went uncovered for over 3 centuries, until Hiriam Bingham, a Yale lecturer, rediscovered the site in July 1911.
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Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Officially the largest reef system on earth, the Great Barrier Reef has almost 3,000 reefs encompassed within the 2,600 kilometre area of land that it covers.
Although the Great Barrier Reef is clearly visible from space, it is when looking at it from underneath water when it truly appears to be beautiful and somewhat magical.  Over 1,500 types of fish call the Great Barrier Reef home and in excess of 400 types of coral can be viewed in the area, meaning if you get chance to visit the area, you should make sure that you take along an underwater camera.
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Oludeniz, Turkey
Widely regarded as being home to the most photographed beaches anywhere in the Mediterranean, Olu Deniz is located on the cost of the Aegean Sea in south west Turkey.
Masses of crystal clear, stunning blue sea and white sandy beaches can be seen from almost any point in the town, but if you’re wanting to see the beauty from above, take off from Babadag Mountain, one of the most popular places in the world to paraglide from.
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City of London, England
Similar to Manhattan, New York, London – particularly the City of London – is one of the most visited cities in the world, as well as being one of the most densely populated.
London is one of those parts of the world that caters for everyone, being able to provide some type of beautifcation irrelevant of your personal tastes. The Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace are pieces of architectural beauty, whilst Hyde Park, Kensington Park and Regent’s Park all provide many square kilometres of natural beauty.
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Vatican City, Italy
Situated in the middle of Rome is the smallest official country in the world, Vatican City.  Covering a mere 0.44 square kilometres, whilst Vatican City may be known to many because of its size, being home to the Pope and centre of the Catholic religion, it is the buildings that are encompassed within the country that are the reason for its inclusion within this list.
The Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica and St Peter’s Square will all take your breath away themselves, without taking into consideration the amount of famous artwork that is on display within them.
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Lake District, England
Home to the biggest lakes and tallest peaks in England, the Lake District is located in the north west part of the country and is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Comprising of just under 100 lakes and many hills, peaks and mountains, the Lake District is the ideal destination for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life – just make sure that you’ve got your camera with you at all times.
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Bora Bora, French Polynesia
One of the Society Island in the Pacific Ocean, Bora Bora is renowned today as one of the most luxuriously beautiful places in the world.  Gaining popularity throughout and just after World War II (due to its use by the American army as a supply base), it is rumoured that a lot of the military personnel did leave Bora Bora after the war had ended as the island was so beautiful and relaxing.
Known for its luxurious bungalows that are on stilts in the water, Bora Bora is an increasingly popular destinations for honeymooner’s and by looking and these photographs, it’s not difficult to see why.
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Iguazu Falls, Brazil-Argentina Border
There are many different large and popular waterfalls all around the world, but none offer as spectacular views as Iguazu Falls does.
Sat on the border between Brazil and Argentina, it is possible to get safely into Iguazu Falls that you can benefit from over 250 degrees worth of waterfalls surrounding you.  It may not be as big as some of the other waterfalls around the world, but Iguazu Falls is by far one of the most stunning.
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Mount Everest, Nepal / China Border
As the largest mountain anywhere in the world, the Mount Everest mountain of the Himalaya range is included in this list primarily for its sheer size.
Located on the border of Nepal and China and standing at a massive 29,029 feet tall, a natural object that tall is nothing other than beautiful.
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Great Pyramid of Giza and Sphinx, Egypt
As one of the most memorable and prominent Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Great Pyramid of Giza is one of three pyramids in the area, but is by far the oldest and largest – it is reputed to have been built approximately 2,500 years ago and currently stands at 455.22 feet tall.
Combined with the beautiful statue that is the Sphinx, the 241 foot long sculpture that is reputed to have been built in 2,500 years BC, they are two of the most recognisable monuments on earth.
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Taj Mahal, India
Whilst the Taj Mahal may be a mausoleum in the Muslim religion, there is no doubting that it is a spectacular building that can be admired from people from all religions.
Taking around 30 years to be built, construction was completed in 1653 and remains today as one of the most illustrious religious buildings anywhere in the world.
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Grand Canyon, Colorado, USA
Stretching for 277 miles, the Grand Canyon is a gorge in Arizona which, at its widest point, is 18 miles wide.
It has been discovered recently that the Grand Canyon may have been created over 17 million years ago.  However old it is, it’s difficult not to be taken aback when you’re stood above the canyon looking down at the Colorado River flowing through the centre
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Bali, Indonesia
Regarded as Indonesia’s most prominent island, Bali is a beautiful island that covers 2,175 square miles.
There is a vast amount of things to see and do on Bali, such as climbing the volcanic Mount Agung, trying to spot one of the extremely rare Bali Starling birds or simply sitting back and enjoy life on this beautiful island.
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Rome, Italy
Most would agree that any list entitled ‘Most Beautiful Places In The World’ would be incomplete without a mention of Italy’s capital city, Rome.
The sheer amount of wonderful architecture and general history of the city cement Rome’s place on the list, with the likes of the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and the Piazza della Repubblica all being beautiful architectural delights.
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Santorini, Greece
When you think of Greece, the first thing that so often comes to mind is beautiful white-washed stone houses with bright, electric blue roofs.  Although there are many places in Greece that offer these views, none does it better than Santorini.
On the several small islands that make up Santorini, the majority of them line their cliff edges with these buildings, which when coupled with the fantastic beaches that the area offers, make for a picture perfect postcard image
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Uluru, Australia
Known more commonly as Ayers Rock, Uluru is a sandstone rock that is 1,145 feet tall and has a circumference figure of almost 6 miles.  A World Heritage Site and part of the Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park, Uluru is considered to be one of the most beautiful sites in Australia, largely because of its unusual rock formations and sacredness to the Aboriginal people of the surrounding area.
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Teotihuacan, Mexico
Created in 200 B.C., Teotihuacan is said to have been a prominent area of the world for various tribes throughout several centuries and features an array of different buildings and points of interest, including large pyramids and beautifully coloured, painted and preserved murals.
Teotihuacan today remains as one of the largest archaeological sites in the word and is regularly seen as a great contender to replace – or join – any of the Seven Wonders Of The World.
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Saint Petersburg, Russia
The entire centre of Saint Petersburg was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991, covering 31 different areas and sections within the city centre.  Saint Petersburg is one of the most recognisable European cities, thanks largely to its baroque and neo-classical architecture.
With statues, monuments and museums in abundance, it is buildings such as the Church of the Savior on Blood that really makes Saint Petersburg beautiful
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France
Considered to be one of  the most beautiful mountain ranges anywhere in the world, the Alps are divided up into many different ranges throughout the 7 countries that they span, all offering opportunities to see the natural beauty of the mountains.
Mont Blanc, for example, which is the tallest point anywhere in the entire Alps, is so naturally beautiful that is nicknamed La Dame Blanche in French, literally translating to The White lady.
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Rajasthan, India
Situated in the north west part of India, Rajasthan covers over 342,000 square kilometres, encompassing the famous Thar Desert.
Whilst Rajasthan may only officially be 61 years old, it was actually the merging of two seperate parts of India and therefore has a long, illustrious and interesting history.
There are far too many places to visit in Rajasthan in one visit, but if you only have the opportunity to visit once, make sure that you take in Jaisalmer, known as the Golden City, the Mehrangarh Fort, a building that is over 500 years old and stands atop a 400 foot mountain looking out over Jodhpur and the Aravalli Range, regarded as one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, which has sections that are vastly different to almost anywhere else in the country.
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Kerala, India
Considering 30 years ago Kerala was almost completely unknown to anyone outside of the country, this southern part of India is today one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, with people coming from all over the world to take advantage of the wonderful weather, historical attractions and natural beauty spots
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Amazon Rainforest, South America
Extending over 9 individual countries in South America, the Amazon Rainforest is by far the largest of all rainforests on earth, covering over 500,000 square kilometres of land.
Within this vast amount of land lives the animals and plants that make the area so beautiful, including thousands upon thousands of different plant species, over 2000 animals and a staggering 2.5 million insects.
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Himalayas, Asia
Although we’ve already mentioned the largest point in this mountain range, Mount Everest, the entire Himalayas are a worthy inclusion in the list, as they feature so many attractive points across the full 2,400 kilometres that it stretches.
With the exception of Mount Everest, it’s difficult to pick even a large handful of points of interest on the Himalayas, as there are so many.  From the second highest peak, known as K2 to the expansive Pangong Tao lake and the Indo-Gangetic forest plain at the bottom of the range of the Terai belt, the Himalayas are, simply put, beautiful.
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Sognefjord, Norway
In Norway alone there are dozens upon dozens of fjords (a valley with steep sides, formed as a result of glacial movement) and the reason that Sognefjord stands out is that it is the largest fjord in the country – and second only in the world to Greenland’s Scoresby Sund.
It’s difficult to take in just how naturally stunning – and expansive – Sognefjord is without actually being there.  With the highest peaks standing over 2,000m above sea level and the lowest depths of the lakes being over 1,300m below sea level, it’s difficult to take in that this beauty has all been created without the assistance of man.
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Yosemite Valley, California, USA
The famous Yosemite National Park in California covers an area of nearly 3.1 million square kilometres and although there are many outstanding points of interest, Yosemite Valley is generally regarded as the pinnacle of all attractions in the park.
Yosemite Valley is similar to the Songefjord in Norway and has a beautiful stretch of water, the Merced River, towered over by glorious mountains, including famous peaks the Half Dome and Cloud’s Rest, to name just two of a wide selection of popular mountainous areas
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Pamukkale, Turkey
The site of Pamukkale stands on the popular Aegean area of Turkey and it’s name literally means ‘cotton castle’ in English, thanks to the the fact that the ancient city of Hierapolis – where Pamukkale is located – was built on a castle and Pamukkale itself appears to be a mass of soft, lush cotton.
In fact, the area of Pamukkale is an array of hot springs and travertines featuring various natural chemicals that provide the appearance of the area and which offers a perfect spot to bathe in.
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Venice, Italy
One of the most popular cities in Italy, Venice is known primarily for its canals, which provide both romantic and commuter travel within the city.
There are, however, many other reasons why a visit to Venice is a must, notably some amazing feats of architecture, such as Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo and Piazza San Marco
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Victoria Falls, Zambia / Zimbabwe
The Zambezi River is the river that flows over the Victoria Falls and with the highest point being over 360 feet tall, they are some of the most dominant and prominent waterfalls anywhere in the world.
Since the turn of the 20th century, Victoria Falls have been a major tourist attraction in South Africa and are regularly seen as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of The World, more so than any other waterfall in the world.
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Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
Translated into English, Ha Long Bay means ‘Descending Dragon Bay’ and is known mainly for the thousands of isles that are scattered on the bay.
Only a small village itself (around 1,600 people are said to inhabit Ha Long Bay), it is a particular popular destination with tourists, all of whom are eager to see the many different limestone formations that are so eerily beautiful in the water.
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Meteora, Greece
The area of Meteora on the Greek mainland is a collection of six monasteries that were constructed on limestone rocks many centuries ago.
Beautiful to look at both up close and from afar, each of the six Eastern Orthodox monasteries are still inhabited to this day.
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Cornwall, England
The south west coast of England is made up primarily of Cornwall and the county features something for everyone to call beautiful.
Known for the many golden sand beaches that are so popular all around the coast, Cornwall features a collection of attractions inland, including Tintagel Castle, the supposed birthplace of King Arthur and the Eden Project, which is in effect the world’s largest greenhouse, featuring hundreds of tropical plants from around the world.
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Cappadocia, Turkey
Located in the central part of Turkey, Cappadocia is a stunning part of the world and is known – in tourism terms at least – for the many houses that are built into the mountains and land, which were inhabited by Cappadocian’s for centuries.
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Easter Island, Chile
If you were to visit Easter Island without knowing what was on the 163 square kilometre island, it is likely that you would be more than a little intrigued – if not somewhat taken aback – by the 887 moai statues that inhabit the land.
Built between 1110 and 1680 AD, the maoi statues are both beautiful and eerie and are said to have been built out of respect for the elders and deceased of tribes on the island.
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Mount Kilimanjiro, Africa
The highest mountain in Africa at 5,895 feet tall, whilst Mount Kilimanjiro is known around the world as one of nature’s highest peaks, it is not particularly common knowledge that it is actually a volcano, albeit a dormant one.
With snow on the highest peak and boiling temperatures at the base, Mount Kilimanjiro has an array of unique and rare vegetation gracing it, such as the Water Holding Cabbage, a plant that is only found in a handful of locations similar to that of Mount Kilimanjiro around the world.
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Sahara Desert, Africa
Arguably the world’s largest desert (with the only other areas on earth that could rival the title being the arctic poles), the Sahara Desert’s vastness is so much that it actually covers almost all of North Africa.
Considering the Sahara has a reputation of being one of the driest and most arid destinations on earth, it is surprising for most to hear that a snowfall was actually recorded in 1979.
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Mamanuca Islands, Fiji
An area of the world that can be described as an idyllic paradise, the Mamanuca Islands are located in Fiji and the name actually refers to approximately 20 islands, although just under half of these aren’t inhabitable, due them being submerged by the Pacific Ocean during a high tide.
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Milford Sound, New Zealand
Famously titled ‘the eighth wonder of the world’ by Rudyard Kipling, Milford Sound is a fjord on New Zealand’s South Island that is encompassed within the Fiordland National Park.
Surrounded by mountainous areas that stand in excess of 1,200 feet above the Tasman Sea which flows through the sound, the area is known for its attractiveness to animals, with many different varieties of fish living in the water, as well as seals and dolphins.
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Namaqualand, South Africa
When looking at the Namaqualand area throughout most months of the year, it appears to be a typical South African region in such that it is particularly dry and arid.
During early spring, however, the area is transformed into one that is filled with masses of lush plantation, with bright orange and sparkling white daisies shoot up from the once arid ground.
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Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland
The story of the Giants Causeway is one that is very much a traditional one from Ireland, filled with mysticism, folk lore and legend.
As the story goes, the 40,000 basalt columns were laid on the coast of County Antrim in Ireland by Fionn mac Cumhaill, who was planning on walking to Scotland to fight his rival, Benandonner.  Realising Benandonner was much larger than him, Fionn mac Cumhaill pretended to be a baby and was wrapped up in a blanket.  When Benandonner came over to find Fionn mac Cumhaill, he was so taken aback by the size of the ‘baby’, that he assumed the father must be gigantic and ran back to Scotland, taking up part of the causeway as he went.
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Glen Coe, Scotland
Not only one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland, Glencoe is seen by many as being one of Europe’s most stunning areas of natural beauty.
With high peaks such as Bidean nam Bian – which stands 3,773 foot tall – to attempt to scale and the River Coe available for you to kayak in, there is always the possibility of you doing neither and simply admiring this wonderful part of the world.
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Wulingyuan, China
In the south east area of China is a province called Hunan and within this area is one of China’s most prominent areas of natural beauty
Wulingyuan is part of the larger Wuling Range of mountains and is known for the sheer amount – over 3,000 – of naturally created sandstone pillars, many of which are almost 1,000 feet tall.
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Sequoia National Park, California, USA
When you think of a tree, the first image that will no doubt come to mind is of a traditional looking tree that stands maybe 40 or 50 feet tall.  Head to Sequoia National Park, however and you’ll be able to see some of the largest sequoia trees in the world – most notably the General Sherman tree which at 274.9 foot tall makes it the largest known tree on earth.
Sequoia National Park, although famous for its range of sequoia trees, also features many other attractive areas, such as Crystal Cave and many free roaming animals, including black bears and mule deers.
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Sydney, Australia
200 years ago Sydney was nothing more than a part of a new land that was seeing unruly and non-law abiding citizens from other countries being shipped to.  Essentially, Sydney, along with the rest of Australia, was one large island full of criminals.
Today, Sydney is regularly voted as being one of the best places in the world to live and has not only got one of the most relaxed atmospheres of any city on earth, but it also benefits from glorious weather, a beautiful coast and some of the most notable pieces of architecture anywhere on the globe.
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Masjid al-Haram, Saudi Arabia
Also known as The Sacred Mosque, Masjid al-Haram is the largest mosque on earth.  Expanding over an area in excess of 4,000,000 square metres within the city of Mecca, Masjid al-Haram was built in 638 AD and has the capacity to be able to accommodate up to 4,000,000 people.
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Forbidden City, China
Situated in the centre of China’s capital city, Beijing, the Forbidden City is now home to the Palace Museum, but for five centuries it was the official residence of Chinese emperors.
As would be expected from such an illustrious and important building, the Forbidden City is encased by walls that are 26 feet high.  However, anyone throughout history who has wished to see the formidable buildings in the City must first cross the 171 foot wide moat.
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Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
Completed in 1892 (although the building wasn’t entirely finished), Neuschwanstein Castle took over 20 years to construct and was originally planned to be an area where the shy and retiring king, Ludwig II of Bavaria, could escape to.  Unfortunately, he passed away before it was completed.
Standing atop a high point in the Alpine hills, the castle towers above the surrounding area and the wonderful 19th Romanesque Revival architecture is just as beautiful on the inside as it is on the out.
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Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Whilst the city of Rio De Janeiro might be a popular destination as it is known for its fun lifestyle and fantastic weather, taking a step back from these aspects and you are greeted with an area of the globe that is simply awe-inspiring.
From the Christ the Redeemer statue, one of the largest statues of Jesus Christ in the world to Sugarloaf Mountain, a beautiful monolith which provides the perfect view of the bay of the city, Rio De Janeiro is a wonderful place in every aspect.
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Paris, France
As with Manhattan, it would be possible to compile half of this list with beautiful sites of interest in Paris alone, hence why it’s been grouped together under one, albeit substantial, heading.
The capital city of France has long been known as one of the romantic cities in the world and whilst the French language is one of the reasons for this, the wonderful buildings that grace the capital city, most notably the Eiffel Tower, certainly assist with this saying.
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Cape Town, South Africa
Situated in one of the most south westerly points in South Africa, Cape Town is the legislative capital of the country and is one of the most highly visited.
Sitting on the Table Bay shore, a visit to Cape Town will make you feel safe from the natural elements due to being surrounded by towering mountains and you cannot help but feel that you are in another part of the world, thanks largely to the heavy Dutch influence that is so prominent across the city.
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Petra, Jordan
Known for its archaeological sites, Petra is located on Mount Hor and considering its huge popularity with people from all across the world, it was almost completely unknown to those outside of Jordan and the immediate surrounding area until the early 19th century.
Most famous for the masses of buildings that physically built into the mountain, seeing Petra in person is nothing short of breathtaking.
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Mount Sinai, Egypt
One of the tallest points in the Sinai area of Egypt standing at 7,496 feet tall, it is not its height that makes Mount Sinai such a beautiful part of the world, but the fact that it is such an important religious site.
According to Christian traditions, Mount Sinai was the place where God handed down the laws to the Israelites and there are several notable religious buildings on the mountain itself, including a Greek Orthodox chapel that sites atop the mountain and  Saint Catherine’s Monastery, one of the world’s oldest Christian monasteries.
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Dorset Coast, England
What many people like about the Dorset Coast is the fact that it can be viewed in its entirety by walking along the South West Coast Path, allowing you to take in every aspect of the Jurassic Coast, titled because of its fantastic historical and archaeological aspects.
Widely regarded as the most beautiful coast in the United Kingdom, the Dorset coast features expansive sandy beaches and astounding seaside cliffs.
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Dead Sea, Israel / Jordan
In the middle of Israel and Jordan lies the Dead Sea, an expansive piece of water that covers over 800 square kilometres.
The deepest hypersaline lake on earth, the Dead Sea is 1,240 feet deep in its deepest section and is most popular for both its supposed healing mud and the fact that due to the high salinity, you can easily float on top of the water.
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Rocky Mountains, Canada / USA
With part of the Rocky Mountains in 8 individual American states and Canadian provinces, this mountain range stretches for nearly 5,000 kilometres and peaks in height at 14,400 feet.
The area of the Rocky Mountains takes in a vast array of different mountains, as well as many different stunning lakes and beautiful areas of water, such as the wonderful crystal blue Moraine Lake.
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Holland, Netherlands
The western coast of the Netherlands is dominated by Holland, a part of the country that is scattered with famous and popular cities, such as Amsterdam and Rotterdam.  Whilst these may be beautiful in themselves, it is the lush countryside that really portrays how beautiful Holland is.
Known around the world as somewhat of a flat country, Holland may be lacking glorious mountains and rolling hills, but it makes up for it in the acres of greenery that can be viewed, brightened up further with the famous windmills that are so prominent in the region.
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Abisko, Sweeden
Although Abisko is a very pleasant Swedish village to visit, the fact it attracts thousands of tourists each year is not for what is built on the ground, but more what the village offers up above.
The Aurora Borealis, known more commonly as the Northern Lights, are displays of natural lights in the sky that are simply phenomenal to watch and Abisko is widely regarded as one of the most perfect places on earth to witness this natural feat.
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Tokyo, Japan
The same reason that Manhattan is included in this list is the same reason why Tokyo is and although the capital city may possess some areas of natural beauty (especially if you head off shore to the many surrounding islands such as Shikinejima and Hachijojima), it is the man-made structures that are the focus of Tokyo’s beauty.
A city that has been designed to offer the ultimate city and urban lifestyle, Tokyo has some fantastic transport links, allowing easy access to wonderful sites such as Shofuku-ji, the Tokyo Imperial Palace and the Meiji Shrine.
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Registan, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Considering that the Registan – the collection of three madrasahs – in Samarkand was used largely for public executions, it surprising just how beautiful it is.
Made up of Ulugh Beg, Tilya Kori and Sher-Dor madrasahs that were built between 1417 and 1660, the Registan is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful collections of buildings in the whole of Asia.
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Grand Palace, Bangkok
One of the most illustrious buildings in the whole of Thailand, the Grand Palace began to be constructed in 1782 and over the past 2 centuries has been expanded massively.
The home of many royals throughout the years, the Grand Palace hosts several royal events on an annual basis, as well as being the chosen place for both weddings and funerals within the royal family.
Although the Grand Palace is beautiful as an entire building, particularly because of its golden roofs, but it is the Wat Phra Kaew temple that is often seen as the palaces most beautiful section.
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Borobudur, Java
Built in the ninth century, Borobudur is a Buddhist monument that was inhabited up until the fourteenth century, when it lay dormant until it was rediscovered in the early nineteenth century.
Beautifully decorated with over 500 Buddha statues and in excess of 2,600 relief panels, the Borobudur is still used by Buddhists for worshipping, as well as being a prominent attraction for people from all across the globe.
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Chichen Itza, Mexico
Arguably the most popular of all the Maya sites, Chichen Itza is home to some fantastic constructions that are hundreds of years old.
El Castillo is without doubt the site’s most recognisable attraction, partly due to its similarities with the Egyptian pyramids, although there are many other wonderful buildings to take note of, including the Temple of a Thousand Warriors, Ossario and the Great Ball Court.
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Banaue Rice Terraces, Philippines
Approximately 2,000 years ago, the indigenous Filipinos carved into the Ifugao mountains a substantial amount of terraces for the growing of rice.
Considering the age of of the terraces, the sheer complexity and the vastness of the area – the rice terraces cover over 10,3000 square kilometres – it is enough for most to marvel simply in how they were constructed completely by hand.
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Ngorongoro, Tanzania
Ask any amount of nature lovers around the world what one of their dream destinations would be and it would be unsurprising if the vast majority of them said the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania.
Standing on the top of the Ngorongoro Crater and watching the masses of wildebeest and zebra migrate is something that can be emotional, breathtaking and compelling all at once
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Beijing, China
The capital city of China, Beijing, is one of the most diverse cities in the world.  Whilst there are many villages, towns, cities and countries that have, for instance, a wide variety of different cultures, not many mix as many old traditions with new as Beijing does.
From afar, the city’s skyline is breathtaking and shows the city as the modern city that it is.  Get in between the buildings, however and you can see some wonderful ancient Chinese buildings and sites, such as the Temple of Heaven, the Pagoda of Tianning Temple and Beihai Park.
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Edinburgh, Scotland
One of the most visited parts of the entire United Kingdom, Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland and its beauty revolves largely around its interesting and intriguing history.
Edinburgh Castle, for example, is a fortress built on the top of the Castle Rock volcano and can be dated back to the 11th century, whilst there is no doubting that the poems of famed poet Robert Burns were heavily influenced by the masses of scenery the city offers.
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Burma, Asia
From 1044 onwards, the Barma started moving to the area from Tibet and once established, became prosperous due to trading to and from the area.  It is during this time when the buildings were created that make Burma a place of beauty.
To display the propserity of the area, a substanital amount of beautiful pagodas were built, many of which are still standing today and can be seen from miles away, scattered over the landscape.
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Abu Simbel Temples, Egypt
There are several beautiful points of interest in Egypt and although the Abu Simbel Temples may not be as well known as the Great Pyramids of Giza or the Sphinx, they definitely rank highly in terms of sheer beauty.
Originally carved into mountains in the 13th century BC, the two temples feature some staggering feats of construction, including four individual statues of Ramessess II, the Pharoah who the temples were created as a monument for, which each stand approximately 65 foot tall.
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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Regarded as the world’s largest salt flat, the fact Salar de Uyuni is seen as being beautiful is because of both its unusual landscape and the amount of uncommon animals that inhabit the area.
For instance, if you were to dig down into the surface of Salar de Uyuni, after the unusual salt-earth you would be greeted with a flowing river of brine.  In addition, head to the area at the right time of year and you should expect to see culpeos, Bolivian vizcachas and the rare James flamingos.
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Angkor, Cambodia
When Angkor was at its most populous in the thirteenth century, experts believe that it wasn’t much smaller than the whole of Los Angeles.  In 1431, however, almost all of the population left the city due to an invasion from the Ayutthaya kingdom.
Today, it stands as a city of architectural, cultural and religious importance, shown by it being a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
There aren’t many better views of modern America than standing at the top of a hotel at either end of the famed Las Vegas strip and looking along it at night.  The lights are glowing and brightening up the sky and the buzz once you actually enter the Strip is nothing short of electric.
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Crazy Horse Memorial, South Dakota, USA
The largest monument in the world at the moment is the Spring Temple Buddha in China, which is 420 feet tall.  However, once the Crazy Horse Memorial is completed, it will dwarf this by 140 feet.
Started in 1948, the original sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski passed away in 1982, but his family remain heavily involved in the completion of the monument.  With no specific end date planned, it is beautiful already, with simply Crazy Horse’s head protruding out of the Black Hills.
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Alexandria, Egypt
Once home to one of the Seven Wonders of The World – the Lighthouse of Alexandria – as well as the largest ancient library in the world, the city today has a vast array of different archaeological sites that can be admired, such as Pompey’s Pillar.
In addition to the archaeological aspects, Alexandria boasts a plentiful amount of buildings, including the beautiful Al-Mursi Abu’l-’Abbas mosque and the Bibliotehca Alexandria and various stunning monuments, such as Alexander the Great on Bucephalus.
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Uxmal, Mexico
Like Machu Picchu in Peru, Uxmal is a site of pre-Colombian city ruins, but of the Maya civilization, rather than Inca, similar to Chichen Itza.
Of the many astounding ruins that are available, the most beautiful is widely seen to be the Pyramid of the Magician, a pyramidial building that is 115 feet tall and unlike other similar Maya buildings, has rounded sides and is unusually steep.
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Hawaii, USA
Although there are officially 137 islands in Hawaii, the largest 8 are the most populous, as well as arguably being the most stunning.
It’s difficult to choose one part of Hawaii to deem as the most beautiful, as the high peaks, clear waters and lush greenery, when combined with the hospitality of the locals, makes the entire area uniquely glorious.
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Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
Located in the Pacific Ocean off the west coast of Ecuador are the Galapagos Islands, famed for being inhabited by many beautiful animals, as well as the sheer beauty of the islands themselves.
The Galapagos Iguanas, for example, are possibly the areas most popular inhabitants, whilst the Blue-footed Booby is humorously pretty and both of them can be seen easily on many of the different islands.
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Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
The Plitvice Lakes are situated in Like, a mountainous area of Croatia and can be divided up into 16 individual lakes, all of which flow into the Korana River.
Croatia may have some fantastic cities like Dubrovnik, but arguably the best view in the whole country is watching the water pour over the side of the mountain and down the face of the many travertines and caves of the Plitvice Lakes.
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Aeolian Islands, Italy
Dating back thousands of years, the Aeolian Islands are a collection of small islands that are one of Italy’s most notable areas of natural beauty.
What attracts 200,000 people each summer to the Aeolian Islands is more than just the fact they are beautiful, but that they hold a very admirable rustic charm, taking anyone who visits back to a way of life that is centuries old.
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Alhambra, Spain
Designed and constructed in the 14th century to be the home of one of Spain’s Muslim Kings, it was used more as a residence for Charles V, a Holy Roman Emperor in the 16th century.
Uninhabited for several hundred years, it was rediscovered throghout the 1800s and further to restorations, is now one of the most beautiful buildsing in Spain, featuring some particularly intricate internal art work.
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White Cliffs of Dover, England
The White Clifs of Dover are famed for being just that – beautifully white cliffs on the coast of Dover, easily viewable from the opposite French coast.
However, the cliffs are also packed with interesting history, as inside them there are dozens of tunnels, initially created in the Middle Ages.  Used largely throughout the Napoleonic Wars, they were also used in the Second World War, with Winston Churchill having a residence within the cliffs.
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Nile River, Ethiopia / Sudan / Egypt / Uganda / Democratic Republic of Congo
If you were only able to visit one river in your life, whilst there are some beautiful stretches of water earth, many would find it difficult to not choose the Nile.
Stretching for 6,650 kilometres, the Nile runs through five countries and four cities and what you would see were you to travel along its entire length makes the Nile a worthy inclusion in any list of the most beautiful places in the world.
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Angel Falls, Venezuela
There have been several waterfalls included in this list, all of which are breathtaking.  Angel Falls, whilst not being the most popular, is considered to be one of the most beautiful.
The world’s highest waterfall at 3,212 feet tall, the water that comes over the top of the mountain falls for 2,647 feet before plunging into the Kerep River below.
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Mont Saint-Michel, France
What was once a small tidal island off the coast of northern France began its transformation in the 6th century, acting as a stronghold for the Romano-British.
It wasn’t until the 8th century when the first religious building was constructed on the site and from that point forward it continued to grow in both stature and importance.
What’s interesting about Mont Saint-Michel is that after the monastery supported William of Normandy claim the English throne in 1047, they were given a small island just off the Cornish coast.  Building a replica island, St Michael’s Mount in Penzance is one of the areas most stunning attractions in Cornwall.
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Olympia, Greece
Home to the very first Olympic games, which historians believe could have taken place earlier than 776 BC, Olympia was made a redundant area after 394 AD, when Theodosius I permanently suspended the games.
Visiting the site today, many people simply stand and attempt to take in what the atmosphere must have been like over 2,000 years ago.  With various remains to see, including the Philippeion, the stadium and the exedra, the area in which the judges were seated, the whole area is awe-inspiring.
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New England, USA
Covering the entire north east region of the United States of America, it is generally accepted that the states encompassed within the New England umbrella phrase are Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
Beautiful the year round, it is in September and October when the area is at its best, with the orange and red colours of the trees seeming to be like nothing seen elsewhere on earth.
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Stonehenge, England
For centuries there has been much debate as to when Stonehenge dates back to and what it’s actual use was.
With experts believing Stonehenge dates back to the Neolithic period and with theories varying considerably, there isn’t much doubt that Stonehenge is anything but a beautiful eye-opener to historic construction.
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Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, London
Whilst London itself has already been mentioned in this list, most would agree that Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament deserve their own place, purely for their iconic British status.
Situated on the bank of the River Thames, the Houses of Parliament is where the House of Commons and House of Lords meets, whilst Big Ben, now into its 151st year of operation, is the world’s third highest freestanding clock tower at 315.9 feet tall.
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Serengeti, Africa
Spanning an area of over 30,000 square kilometres, the Serengeti is the home of the most expansive overland migration on earth.
With hundreds of individual animal species crossing the Serengeti every year, the migration of the wildebeests, zebras and buffalos is one of the most wonderful sights of nature in the world.
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Antarctica
Covered almost entirely by ice, the average thickness of which is approximately 1.6 kilometres thick, Antarctica is the fifth largest continent in the world.
Considering the area is as cold as it is, it’s surprising to hear that there are dozens of animals that call Antarctica home – and up 5,000 people, albeit on a temporary basis
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Altiplano, South America
Originally an area of land covered entirely by Lake Ballivan, it has drained over time and is now an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Encompassing areas such as Salar de Uyuni, Altiplano is simply a stunning part of the globe.
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Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey
Originally built as a cathedral for over 10 centuries until 1453, when it was a most for just under 500 years, Hagia Sophia is now a famous museum in Istanbul, Turkey’s biggest city.
A stunning piece of architectural beauty, Hagia Sophia is beautiful on the outside and even more breathtaking when you walk through the entrance.
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Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico
Encompassed within the Carlsbad Caverns National Park in the Guadalupe Mountains, the caverns are located deep within the mountains and ground, with the most popular cavern being 750 feet below ground level.
Consisting of different rooms, such as the Balloon Ballroom, The Hall of the Giants and the King’s Palace, each and every cavern in the Carlsbad Caverns is truly wonderful
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Potala Palace, Tibet
Now transformed into one of China’s most popular museums, Potala Palace was once the permanent residence of the Dalai Lama, up until 1959 when the then Dalai Lama travelled to India further to a potentially devstating uprising.
A particularly impenetrable building, Potala Palace has copper-poured foundations, walls that are in excess of 16 feet thick and has thirteen stories containing over 200,000 statues in 1,000 rooms.
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Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca, Morocco
The largest mosque in the whole of Morocco, the Hassan II Mosque was designed by Michael Pinseau and further to its completion in 1993, can house 105,000 people at once, with 25,000 able to be in the actual central mosque area itself.
Having the tallest minaret on earth just under 690 feet tall, the mosque required a combination of 12,500 builders and artists 3 years to construct.
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Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain
Officially known as the Temple Expiatori de le Sagrada Familia (which when translated into English means Expiatory Church of the Holy Family), building work started in 1882 and although it isn’t expected to be finished until 2026, a small section of the building is supposed to be opened to the public in September 2010.
A completely privately funded Roman Catholic church, the Sagrada Familia has long been one of Barcelona’s most popular tourist attractions since Antoni Gaudi started designing and constructing the building almost 130 years ago.
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chala tym teskundi mamss...please lift the thread eppudu kudirithe appudu....... thankyou thankyou thankyou

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