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50 Of The Most Beautiful Places in the World (Part 5)

10) Hotel La Montana Magica, Huilo, Chile

The hotel is located in South Chile, and made beautifully into the volcanic mountain with the fountain on top of it.

The hotel is a hidden jewel in the 300000 acre natural reserve.

 

9) The Cliffs of Etretat, France

The cliffs of etretat surround the city of Etretat and look magnificent as you walk through them. These limestone cliffs have been inspiration to many artists because of their beauty.

The Cliffs of Etretat, FrancePhoto by Monsieur Marty

 

8) Garden of the Gods, Colorado

Balanced Rock in the Garden of the Gods, Colorado has been a spot for photography and is accessible via a paved road. The rock weighs 700 ton and has been standing there for thousands of years now.

Garden of the Gods, ColoradoPhoto by MarLeah Joy

 

7) FairyTale Forest, Netherlands

FairyTale forest in Netherlands looks breathtaking with colorful leaves all around and the shades of light as the Sun sets and rises.

Fairytale ForestPhoto by bertknot

6) Midway Island

The midway island is located between Asia and the United States. This is the most secluded island and a home to huge albatross population.

 

5) Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar De Uyuni is the biggest salt flat in the world, located in South West Bolivia. Its unique landscape makes it a photographic heaven and the surface reflects like a mirror post-rain.

Salar De Uyuni, BoliviaPhoto by Dimitry B

4) Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat is Buddhist temple that is the main attraction for visitors visiting the country. This temple is also one of the seven wonders and the largest religious monument of the world.

Angkor Wat, CambodiaPhoto by Mark Fischer

3) Tuscany, Italy

Located in the most popular tourist destination of the world, Tuscany is the most popular places to visit in Italy. The city houses extraordinary sculptures and paintings and architectural wonders.

Tuscany, ItalyPhoto by AJanssen

 

2) Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

Formed by the flow of lava from millions of years ago, Giant’s Causeway known for its polygonal sections of basalt layered over each other. It is also the only World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland.

Giants Causeway, Northern IrelandPhoto by j0sh

 

1) The Reed Flute Cave, China

Reed Flute Cave is a natural limestone that is fitted with multicoloured lighting. Natural

Reed Flute Cave, ChinaPhoto by Bernt Rostad

 

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Neha Prabhakar

A passionate travel writer, Neha does not let an opportunity to virtually travel the world through writing. Born in Delhi, India, she is a complete workaholic, loves food, beaches, coffee, chocolates, and dogs.

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