| تاريخ النشر : 22/05/2013|| |
عدد المساهمات : 1980
تاريخ التسجيل : 20/07/2011
العمر : 36
الموقع : http://www.rabbitsforall.com/
Everyone views beauty in different ways and what one person considers
to be beautiful may be completely different to how other people view
These beautiful places from all over the world
are, in their own right, beautiful. Consisting of everything from
individual monuments to expanses of water and ancient villages to modern
cities, they may not all be attracting, appealing or aesthetically
pleasing to everyone, but to some, they are some of the most stunning
places on earth.
Valleys in Pakistan
Pakistan is blessed with sights that are beautiful beyond words.
Mother Nature has been very kind to Pakistan when it comes to natural
beauty. Of course there are many incredible man-made structures built
throughout the course of history but here we are just taking a look at
the natural wonders of Pakistan.
Manhattan, New York
As one of the most popular tourist destinations and heavily populated
places anywhere in the world, Manhattan offers something for everyone,
including vast amounts beauty, irrelevant of what you consider to be
From the lush greenery and openness of Central Park to the
awe-inspiring and breathtaking view from the top of the Rockefeller
Centre to the iconic Statue of Liberty and the world famous yellow cabs,
it would be difficult for anyone to visit Manhattan and not find part
of it stunning.
The town of Killarney in County Kerry is one of those that mixes
traditional Irish charm with fantastic historical views and amazing
Being home to an official National Park, an array of wonderful lakes
and many quaint, beautiful viewpoints, Killarney is a must for anyone
Machu Picchu, Peru
Located on a mountainous area above the Urubamba Valley, Machu Picchu
is a pre-Colombian Inca site and regardless of whether you have an
interest in history or not, can make you stop and stare in sheer awe.
Built initially in the middle of the 15th century, Machu Picchu was
said to have been inhabited for around 100 years before it became
uninhabited and went uncovered for over 3 centuries, until Hiriam
Bingham, a Yale lecturer, rediscovered the site in July 1911.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Officially the largest reef system on earth, the Great Barrier Reef
has almost 3,000 reefs encompassed within the 2,600 kilometre area of
land that it covers.
Although the Great Barrier Reef is clearly visible from space, it is
when looking at it from underneath water when it truly appears to be
beautiful and somewhat magical. Over 1,500 types of fish call the Great
Barrier Reef home and in excess of 400 types of coral can be viewed in
the area, meaning if you get chance to visit the area, you should make
sure that you take along an underwater camera.
Widely regarded as being home to the most photographed beaches
anywhere in the Mediterranean, Olu Deniz is located on the cost of the
Aegean Sea in south west Turkey.
Masses of crystal clear, stunning blue sea and white sandy beaches
can be seen from almost any point in the town, but if you’re wanting to
see the beauty from above, take off from Babadag Mountain, one of the
most popular places in the world to paraglide from.
City of London, England
Similar to Manhattan, New York, London – particularly the City of
London – is one of the most visited cities in the world, as well as
being one of the most densely populated.
London is one of those parts of the world that caters for everyone,
being able to provide some type of beautifcation irrelevant of your
personal tastes. The Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace are
pieces of architectural beauty, whilst Hyde Park, Kensington Park and
Regent’s Park all provide many square kilometres of natural beauty.
Vatican City, Italy
Situated in the middle of Rome is the smallest official country in
the world, Vatican City. Covering a mere 0.44 square kilometres, whilst
Vatican City may be known to many because of its size, being home to
the Pope and centre of the Catholic religion, it is the buildings that
are encompassed within the country that are the reason for its inclusion
within this list.
The Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica and St Peter’s Square will
all take your breath away themselves, without taking into consideration
the amount of famous artwork that is on display within them.
Lake District, England
Home to the biggest lakes and tallest peaks in England, the Lake
District is located in the north west part of the country and is an area
of outstanding natural beauty.
Comprising of just under 100 lakes and many hills, peaks and
mountains, the Lake District is the ideal destination for those looking
to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life – just make sure
that you’ve got your camera with you at all times.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
One of the Society Island in the Pacific Ocean, Bora Bora is renowned
today as one of the most luxuriously beautiful places in the world.
Gaining popularity throughout and just after World War II (due to its
use by the American army as a supply base), it is rumoured that a lot of
the military personnel did leave Bora Bora after the war had ended as
the island was so beautiful and relaxing.
Known for its luxurious bungalows that are on stilts in the water,
Bora Bora is an increasingly popular destinations for honeymooner’s and
by looking and these photographs, it’s not difficult to see why.
Iguazu Falls, Brazil-Argentina Border
There are many different large and popular waterfalls all around the
world, but none offer as spectacular views as Iguazu Falls does.
Sat on the border between Brazil and Argentina, it is possible to get
safely into Iguazu Falls that you can benefit from over 250 degrees
worth of waterfalls surrounding you. It may not be as big as some of
the other waterfalls around the world, but Iguazu Falls is by far one of
the most stunning.