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Most Beautiful Places In The World # Part 1

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Vatnajökull, Iceland, Rafter

A river runs under Iceland biggest glacier Vatnajokull and makes a Ice cave. The picture is not a HDR and the light in the ice is the winter sun shining through the thin Ice.
Photograph by Vilhelm Gunnarsson

A rafter drifts under Vatnajökull, Iceland’s largest glacier. Iceland sits athwart the volatile Mid-Atlantic Ridge, where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates pull apart, creating an extensive and active volcano zone.

Chin Village, Myanmar

10 Chin Village, Myanmar
Photograph by Gemunu Amarasinghe, AP

Dressed in traditional garb, a Chin man leaves the home of a neighbor in Kyar Do village in Myanmar’s Chin State. Across Myanmar, where ethnic minorities make up about a third of the 60 million people and inhabit half the country, barely a village remains cocooned in the past.

Kamnik Alps, Slovenia

9 Kamnik Alps, Slovenia
Photograph by Zoran Stanko, National Geographic Your Shot

A hiker makes his way across a steep ridge in the Kamnik Alps of Slovenia, above a thick layer of clouds. The mountain range stretches across the country and passes into Austria.

Messe Basel, Switzerland

8 Messe Basel, Switzerland
Photograph by Christian Kober, JAI/Corbis

Messe Basel, a major exhibition venue in the crossroads Swiss city, is the setting for such celebrated annual events as the Baselworld watch and jewelry show and Art Basel, a modern and contemporary art show with offshoots in Miami Beach and Hong Kong. Recent renovations to its exhibition halls included this light-flooded extension on the Messeplatz.

Ghat Festival, Libya

7 Ghat Festival, Libya
Photograph by Esam Omran Al-Fetori, Reuters

A Murzuq band performs a popular song during the Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism in Libya. The annual event draws Tuareg tribes from across the region, as well as tourists.

Caffè Florian, Venice

ITALY / Italian Coffeehouses / Veneto / Venice / Piazza San Marco / Caffe Florian / outside , waiter and guests   Christina Anzenberger-Fink & Toni Anzenberger / Anzenberger
Photograph by Christina Anzenberger, Redux

Venice’s famous Caffè Florian, perched on Piazza San Marco, the city’s main square, has provided a cozy space for couples for nearly 300 years. The interior of Venice’s oldest and most opulent café has barely changed since it opened for business in 1720. Since then it has served coffee, hot chocolate, and more to the likes of Casanova, Charles Dickens, and Marcel Proust.

Herder in the Altay Mountains, Mongolia

Kazakh-Mongolian nomad searching for graze in the Altai Mountains, Mongolia.
Photograph by Tariq Sawyer

A shepherd travels with his herd of sheep through a snowy plateau in the Altay Mountains of Mongolia. The mountain chain—whose name means “Golden Mountains”—extends some 1,200 miles through China, Mongolia, Russia, and Kazakhstan.

Champs-Élysées, Paris

4 Champs-Élysées, Paris
Photograph by Heiko Meyer, laif/Redux

The Arc de Triomphe offers an aerial view of the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, center, one of the most famous shopping streets in the world. The Champs-Élysées (Elysium Fields) and its neighboring boulevards are the center of the haute couture fashion world.

Keyhole Rock in Big Sur, California

3 Keyhole Rock in Big Sur, California
Photograph by Paul Weeks, National Geographic Your Shot

“When out shooting photos I always seek out unique moments that take patience, persistence, and frankly a bit of luck to capture,” says Your Shot community member Paul Weeks, who took this photo on Pfeiffer Beach in Big Sur, California. “The greatest feeling is when I’m hunting for one of these rare moments and I end up stumbling into something pleasantly unexpected. On this night, I stayed at Pfeiffer Beach long after the sun set with hopes of capturing the Milky Way. Venus was shining brightly, and for a brief moment, she passed right through the opening in Keyhole Rock. These are the moments I love.”

Rice Harvest Festival, Kathmandu

2 Rice Harvest Festival, Kathmandu
Photograph by Navesh Chitrakar, Reuters

A Newari woman, with lips and face painted to depict a deity, waits to take part in a parade during Yomari Punhi, a festival celebrating the end of the rice harvest, in Kathmandu. The Newar, probably descendants of the original inhabitants of the Kathmandu Valley, speak a language separate from their Nepalese neighbors. They emerged by A.D. 900 as the valley’s dominant ethnic group and foremost artisans.