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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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view this, soo beautiful


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