Most Beautiful Places In The World # Part 19

This is the Nineteenth Part of the Most Beautiful Places In the World. Hope you will enjoy it.

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Most Beautiful Places In The World

Loch Ness, Scotland

Thousands of tourists flock every year to the banks of Loch Ness, the most famous loch in the world, hoping to catch a glimpse of its resident monster. Even without the legend, the loch itself is stunning. It’s one of four lochs inside the 60-mile-long series of valleys known as the Great Glen.

Photograph by Jan Michael Hosan, fotogloria/LUZphoto, Redux

Judean Desert, Israel

A flock of sheep grazes on a green hill in the Judean Desert, between Jericho and Jerusalem. The desert extends west of the Dead Sea and presents scenic views of high plateaus and deep gorges.

Photograph by Ammar Awad, Reuters

St. Petersburg, Russia

Calm for a moment, Vitebsk Station cuts a striking figure in St. Petersburg, the Russian city often considered the country’s most beautiful. Peter the Great built the city at the beginning of the 18th century as a showcase for the powerful Russia of the tsars.

Photograph by Эдуард Гордеев, National Geographic Your Shot

São Paulo, Brazil

A man takes a picture of an art piece by French artist Daniel Buren during the SP-Arte fair in São Paulo, Brazil. The annual event showcases contemporary artists from around the world.

Photograph by Nacho Doce, Reuters

Moalboal, Philippines

Schooling sardines swarm in unison off Panagsama Beach in Moalboal, Philippines. Moalboal is in Cebu, one of 81 provinces in the island nation. The Philippines are one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots, and scientists are still finding new species here.

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Photograph by Henry Jager, National Geographic Your Shot

Meroë, Sudan

Keepers of ancient secrets, pyramids built two millennia ago ring Meroë, the onetime capital of Sudan’s fabled Kush kingdom and one of Traveler magazine’s 2015 Tours of a Lifetime. Today Sudan has more pyramids than Egypt—or any other country in the world.

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Photograph by Andrew McConnell, Panos Pictures

Johor, Malaysia

Mangroves fringe the tip of Peninsular Malaysia, in Johor, the southernmost reach of mainland Asia. Separated from its globalized island neighbor by a mere half-mile causeway, Johor is the second largest and most varied of the 11 states that make up Peninsular Malaysia, a crossroads realm crammed with both ecological and ethnic diversity. Read more about Johor in National Geographic Traveler magazine.

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Photograph by Justin Guariglia

Grand Canyon, Arizona

Sunbeams pierce summer clouds at the Grand Canyon, where its geologic history is laid bare in the deposits of ancient seas, rivers, sand dunes, volcanoes, and—at the very bottom—the roots of a mountain range that are more than one billion years old.

Photograph by Chuck Jason, National Geographic Your Shot

Lake Wanaka, New Zealand

The rising sun sets Lake Wanaka on fire early one morning on New Zealand’s South Island. Popular for boating, fishing, waterskiing, and swimming, the lake is backed by snow-topped mountains that offer skiing in winter.

Photograph by Daniel Ernst, National Geographic Your Shot

Lemon Shark, Bahamas

Your Shot community member Jorge Hauser took this photo of a lemon shark while free diving in the Bahamas, close to Tiger Beach. A stippling of islands, cays, sand flats, and coral reefs make the Bahamas an ideal setting for sharks.

Photograph by Jorge Hauser, National Geographic Your Shot