The desert land is full of footprints wild beauty and mystery as optimism that visitors from fairyland to fairyland other.
Fjadrargljufur Canyon, Iceland: Canyon is located in southeast Iceland Fjadrargljufur is a masterpiece of nature. This canyon is the result of thousands of years of erosion due to melting ice after the Ice Ages, almost 2 km long and 100 meters deep.
Alberobello, Italy: Alberobello Small town full of enchanting charms. Alberobello is known for unique buildings. There are about 15 homes in the tiny town peaked roof and many people say that we have gone through seven centuries.
This town was originally named Latin is’ Arboris Belli “means” beautiful trees “. To Alberobello, you will “define” left Italy with the warm sunshine, warm air, inspiring artists and of course the beauty of nature.
The Dark Hedges is a strangely mesmerizing. It is located near the village of Armoy in the north of Ireland. These magnificent trees looked Stuart family in the 18th century with the intention to decorate the walkway leading to their homes, and of course to impress the guests visit.
Kandovan, Iran: In remote places, villages with houses made â€‹â€‹kandovan in cliffs that still is inhabited by nearly 1,000 people. Kandovan was formed from the remnants of Sahand volcano eruption hundreds of years ago.
Hobbiton, New Zealand: This impressive village originated from a movie and was built by nearly 400 people for a movie “Lord of the Rings”.
After the film ended village empty for some time. But not long afterwards, it was turned into a Hobbit village attractions for tourists.
And the result is a lot of movie fans have flocked here to experience the great scene in the film only.
Lake Titicaca, Peru / Bolivia: With the locals, Lake Titicaca is a very sacred place.According to scientists, millions of years ago, the lake is now the seas and indeed, this is still home to many species of marine fish, crustaceans and even sharks.
Occasionally you’ll see a few strange island emerged made from reeds. It was inhabited by the Uru India. They live a simple life, peaceful without many changes over the centuries.
Gaztelugatxe, Basque Province, Spain: San Juan de Gaztelugatxe is an island on the coast of Biscay and is connected to the mainland by a narrow bridge with 237 artificial level.
There is a small church on the top of the island in memory of John the Baptist – who is said to have set foot on the island since the 10th century.
Chefchaouen, Morocco: “Green City” of Chefchaouen is a great place to stop the foothills of the Rif mountains majestic scenery, natural beauty and ancient architecture … Everything is creating a work of art arts brightly.
Net main attraction here is the houses are painted blue with all genres from teal blue to cobalt, sapphire. Chefchaouen bring a flawless beauty that you love as soon as you arrive and are willing to come back whenever.