Most Beautiful Places In The World # Part 13

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Tianmen Mountain, China

Frost rimes a walkway—and the greenery surrounding it—on Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China. The bridge connects with an all-glass walkway that hugs the mountain some 4,700 feet above sea level.

Tourists walk on a bridge covered by frosty fog on the Tianmen Mountain resort in Zhangjiajie, Hunan province, January 29, 2015. Picture taken January 29, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) CHINA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN CHINA - RTR4NJHB
Photograph by Reuters

Blue Lagoon, Iceland

The famously bright waters of Iceland’s geothermal Blue Lagoon, near Reykjavik, lure visitors wishing for a warm and healing soak. Water from a nearby geothermal power plant is pumped over a lava bed rich in silica and sulfur, creating the mineral-rich basin.

Blue Lagoon, Iceland
Photograph by Cultura Travel/Henn Photography/Getty Images

Mitten Buttes in Monument Valley, Arizona

A thunderstorm adds action to an already dramatic landscape: Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park in Arizona. (Cropping up here are the Mitten Buttes.) Few vistas epitomize the American West more evocatively than Monument Valley, which has starred in several Westerns.

A thunderstorm sweeps through Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Lightning strikes just to the left of one of the Mitten Buttes. The cars of visitors to the park can be seen stopped haphazardly all over the road as people stop to enjoy nature's dramatic show.
Photograph by Emma Rogers, National Geographic Your Shot

Municipal Law Library, Munich

There’s nothing drab about Munich’s municipal law library at New City Hall (Neues Rathaus). Open to the public, the library features sumptuous wood, a spiral staircase, and ornate railings that recall winding vines. New City Hall, built in mock-Gothic style in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, anchors Marienplatz, the center of city life in Munich.

Germany / Bavaria / Munich / Law library in the city hall of Munich. 16.06.2009    © Toby Binder / Anzenberger
Photograph by Toby Binder, Anzenberger/Redux

Northern Lights in Lofoten Islands, Norway

The northern lights glow over Skagsanden beach in Norway’s remote Lofoten Islands. Located in the Norwegian Sea north of the Arctic Ocean, Lofoten is especially popular in summer, when the sun never sets.

The elusive Aurora borealis is ony of the most fascinating things i have ever seen in the world. Even if nowadays i have done many trips to see and capture here, i am still amazed again every time i see it.  This was shot at Skagsanden beach near Flakstad on Lofoten islands in Norway. The position around 68∞N above th polar circle make it perfect to watch the northern lights, if the weather permitts it.
Photograph by Felix Inden, National Geographic Your Shot

Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, England

The nave in Salisbury Cathedral appears to go on forever. The medieval church inspired the fictional Kingsbridge cathedral in Ken Follett’s novel The Pillars of the Earth. It holds the best preserved copy of the Magna Carta—the 1215 charter of citizens’ rights familiar to every civics student. Near the cathedral, stallholders selling hog roasts, honey, olives, and English wines gather for the Charter Market, held twice weekly since the 13th century.

SALISBURY, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 24:  The interior of Salisbury Cathedral's nave is seen on October 24, 2014 in Wiltshire, England. Travel guide Lonely Planet has named Salisbury as one of the best cities in the world to visit next year, helped in part by the fact that the city is home to the best copy of the Magna Carta, which will celebrate its 800th anniversary in 2015.  (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
Photograph by Matt Cardy, Getty Images

Trollstigen Road in Norway

One car’s slow progress creates a trail of light along Trollstigen, a famously serpentine mountain road in western Norway, in this time exposure. The road’s 11 hairpin turns create exhilarating driving conditions—and several turnoffs provide photographers with a perfect view.

Trollstigen Road in Norway
Photograph by Christoph Schaarschmidt, National Geographic Your Shot

Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

The Cuernos (Horns) del Paine grab the early morning light in Chile’s wild Torres del Paine National Park. Once the haunt of a few stalwart climbers, the park now draws more than 100,000 visitors a year.

Torres Del Paine, Chilean Patagonia The famous  Torres Del Paine centerpiece ó Cuernos del Paine. This was  the early morning sun hits the face of the mountain, and the dark stormy clouds glows and popes up! #chile #cuernos #lake #patagonia #pehoe #salto grande #south america #travel #Cuernos  #TorresDelPaines #adventure #chile #clouds #light #national park #nature #canon #canonmk5d3 #outdoor #outdoors  #patagonia500 #storm
Photograph by Gleb Tarro, National Geographic Your Shot

Temple Mount/Noble Sanctuary, Jerusalem

The bitterly contested hilltop known as Temple Mount to Jews and the Noble Sanctuary to Muslims is topped by Al Aqsa Mosque and the golden Dome of the Rock, marking Muhammad’s ascent to heaven. The sanctuary was built on the ruins of the ancient Jewish Temple razed by Rome in A.D. 70. The Temple complex’s exposed Western Wall is the holiest site in Judaism.

View of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City, a day after a snowstorm hit the Israeli capital. January 08, 2015.
Photograph by Mendy Hechtman, Flash90/Redux

The City of Love

The City of Love spreads around the Eiffel Tower, seen here from the Montparnasse Tower. For many, Paris is synonymous with love itself. The city has been home to such timeless pairs as sculptors Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel and writers Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller.

Captured from Montparnasse Tower in Paris, France.
Photograph by Brian Hammonds, National Geographic Your Shot