Most Beautiful Places In The World # Part 14

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 Aquitaine, France

Frost stipples trees and peaks in Aquitaine, a region in southwest France. High in the Pyrenees in the far south is French Basque country, a land with its own language, racial identity, cuisine, and customs.

Beautifull frozen automn day in Basque country near Ohry peak
Photograph by Benjamin Hayet, National Geographic Your Shot

Bagan, Myanmar

A hot-air balloon provides an unparalleled sunrise view of Bagan, the ancient capital of Myanmar (Burma). The area once held 13,000 pagodas dating back to the second century A.D., many built of brick that was plastered and painted. Earthquakes and the Ayeyarwady River destroyed more than 10,000 of them.

Photograph by Gerard McGarity, National Geographic Your Shot

Blue Flowers in Hitachinaka, Japan

A sea of Nemophila flowers called baby blue eyes covers a field at Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka, Japan. The popular park features many colorful flowers and an amusement park.

Blue World at Nemophila!
Photograph by Atsushi Motoyama, National Geographic Your Shot

Cow Procession, Switzerland

Adorned with bouquets of Alpine flora, cows pause for a drink at a Gstaad fountain during their autumn descent from mountain pastures. The seasonal procession—which follows an ascent in summer—is celebrated with fairs and festivals throughout Switzerland’s Alpine regions.

Photograph by Susan Seubert

Grand Canyon Clouds

National Geographic photographer John Burcham shoots an unusual cloud cover at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. Nearly five million people travel here each year. So many feet have stepped cautiously to the edge of major overlooks that in places the rock has been polished smooth. But most of the park’s 1,904 square miles are maintained as wilderness.

Grand Canyon Clouds
Photograph by Harun Mehmedinovic, National Geographic Your Shot

Hakka Tulou House, China

Built of stout walls made of tamped earth and wooden beams, the magnificent tulou (earth buildings) are several stories tall and were designed to accommodate hundreds of Hakka, persecuted Han Chinese who migrated south from north China. The buildings are typically accessed by a single large door, which is still locked every evening. Tulou have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Photograph by Tuul & Bruno Morandi, Corbis

King Penguin Chick, South Georgia

Puffy and fluffy, a young king penguin makes its way up a South Georgia beach. This remote British outpost in the far South Atlantic is a haven for millions of seabirds and seals.

Photograph by Marc Meijlaers, National Geographic Your Shot

King’s Cross Station, London

A steel latticework roof shelters passengers and shoppers at King’s Cross Railway Station in London. About 150,000 people a day make their way through the station, originally built in 1852.

Photograph by P.D. Amedzro, Alamy

Mount Bromo, Indonesia

Smoke rising from Mount Bromo doesn’t faze an Indonesian man taking a break with his horse. The East Java volcano is just one of about 130 active volcanoes in Indonesia, which sits atop the western reaches of the Ring of Fire, a zone with volcanoes and frequent earthquakes.

Photograph by Ivan Tykhy, National Geographic Your Shot

Valencia, Spain

A modern masterpiece of design, the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia includes a museum, IMAX theater, and aquarium. Spain’s third largest city, Valencia has a sunny climate, an excellent restaurant scene, and a hopping nightlife.

Photograph by Jose Luis Vilar Jordán, National Geographic Your Shot