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Most Beautiful Places In The World

From majestic waterfalls, and lost cities, to mysterious landmarks and natural wonders, here is a collection of pictures which is worth to be looked on. Feel free to share your favorites destinations!

Swallow’s Nest, Ukraine

The neo-Gothic Swallow’s Nest castle perches 130 feet above the Black Sea near Yalta in southern Ukraine. Built by a German noble in 1912, the flamboyant seaside residence is now a popular tourist destination.

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Photograph by Jane Sweeney, JAI/Corbis

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Cave Diving in Tulum, Mexico

A diver explores a cenote in Tulum, Mexico. Ancient Maya believed that the rain god Chaak lived in these natural wells. Now they are giving archaeologists new insights into the sacred landscapes of the ancestral people.

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Photograph by Patrik Gustafsson,

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Vík í Mýrdal, Iceland

Rugged cliffs overlook the tiny village of Vík í Mýrdal, the southernmost outpost in Iceland. The town’s black sand beach—the color comes from the basalt that also makes up the sea stacks off the shore—has been called one of the most beautiful in the world.

This one of my favourite places in the world I felt conected!
Photograph by Ivan Castro

Harbin Ice and Snow Festival, China

A colossal snow sculpture, built in advance of the Harbin Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in China, dwarfs a woman posing for a snapshot. The annual event showcases ice and snow carvers and features ice skating, illuminated ice displays, and a polar plunge for the hardy.

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Photograph by Kim Kyung-Hoon

Rådhuset Metro Station, Stockholm

Dramatically lit, the Rådhuset metro station in Stockholm resembles the inside of a volcano. The station is one of several in Stockholm that have exposed bedrock and make use of organic architecture.

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Photograph by Torsten Muehlbacher

Oberstdorf, Germany

An igloo village carved into the snow atop Nebelhorn Mountain features a bar, a dining room, and an outside hot tub. Visitors can spend the night—at least until April, when the village melts away.

Dimmed lights are switched on in igloos on top of the mountain Nebelhorn, alpine upland, near the southern Bavarian town of Oberstdorf December 30, 2013. The Igloo village of 11 igloos which includes a bar igloo, a dining area igloo and an outside whirlpool with 40 degree hot water, is open during the winter months until April. One night costs 114 euros per person, with breakfast and cheese fondue inclusive. Picture taken December 30, 2013.    REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Photograph by Michaela Rehle

Snowball Fight in Times Square

A winter storm dubbed Hercules dumped between 6 and 11 inches of snow on New York City in early January, prompting a snowball fight in a quiet Times Square. Normally the area—sometimes called the world’s most visited tourist attraction—hums with cars and pedestrians.

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Photograph by Carlo Allegri

Quiver Trees, Namibia

Lightning strikes amid the rocks and quiver trees in the Giant’s Playground, near Keetmanshoop, Namibia. The trees are so called because their hollowed stems are used as arrow quivers.

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Photograph by Lizzie Shepherd

St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna

More than three million people visit St. Stephen’s Cathedral (Stephansdom) each year, making it Vienna’s most popular attraction. Situated in the heart of the city, the church dates back to the 12th century. Visitors can ascend a tower and enjoy sweeping views of Vienna or descend into the vaults for a guided tour on the history of the building.

Interior of St. Stephen's Cathedral,Vienna, Austria, Europe
Photograph by Lucas Vallecillos

Zakynthos, Greece

The sheer cliffs on the Greek island of Zakynthos are a draw for climbers and BASE jumpers. Shipwreck Beach—named for the remains of the Panagiotis that washed up there—lures swimmers and sunseekers.

24 Sep 2013, Zakynthos Town, Zakynthos, Greece --- Greece, Ionian island, Zante island, Shipwreck beach --- Image by © Bruno Morandi/Corbis
Photograph by Bruno Morandi, Corbis