Nature #26: Natural Curiosities of the World

Were you homesick? We're back! This time, we are going to "travel" through places, "never sailed before", but it aroused such a desire to meet you, that I decided to share that desire with you. Ready to embark on another #Nature? Come on! ­čśÇ ­čÖé ­čśë

1 - Taj Mahal, Agra, India

Taj Mahal India
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Without this place, no one will be able to say that they know all the wonders of the planet. The building, besides being one of the most beautiful in the world, is covered by the ÔÇťauraÔÇŁ of having been built inspired by a beautiful love story. It is worth going to the bank opposite the Yamuna River, to be able to see the monument from another perspective, valuing even more the fascination that surrounds it.

2 - Petra, Jordan

Petra Jordan Curiosities
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The landscape where we can find ourselves in front of the Treasury, reminds us of an adventure itinerary, such as those experienced by the famous character in the film Indiana Jones. I suggest that after this stop, go to the Monastery, a place that requires a good exercise from the traveler due to a 45-minute climb.

3 - Tikal, Guatemala

Tikal in Guatemala Curiosities
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It is one of the most important places in the Mayan civilization. Those who know him recommend that "take enough time to get to know it and get close to the most important structures, especially those in the Great Plaza, symbol of Tikal and also of Guatemala".

4 - Yellowstone, United States

Yellowstone Park United States
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Just a visit to Yellowstone National Park is worth any trip to this region. In this place you can find half of the geothermal phenomena on the planet, as it is one of the hottest volcanic areas on Earth. The place also has beautiful waterfalls, lakes and rivers.

5 - Abu Simbel, Egypt

Abu Simbel Egypt Trivia
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It is also one of the most incredible places on the planet and must be part of the tourist itinerary, built during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II - XIII BC You can arrive by land, air or on a cruise. Being able to be in front of this magnificent work, done by one person, makes the trip unforgettable.

6 - Jamaa el Fna Square, Marrakech, Morocco

Jamma el Fna square in Morocco
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If there is one place that is considered unmistakable in Morocco, it is the Jamaa el Dna Square. Heart of Marrakesh and Medina. Here the visitor can experience unique sensations, due to an immense tangle of narrow streets and tiny corridors, forming one of the most famous spaces in the world.
The local cuisine is a separate chapter, deserving to be appreciated for its reputation for being delicious and with very exotic flavors.

7 - Borobudur, Java, Indonesia

Indonesia Borobudur Java
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On the island of Java we find the largest monument in the world, discovered in 1814 by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles and which stands superbly in the midst of vegetation and offers a beautiful view of this work that reminds us of a mandala. For those who worship the spiritual life, traveling this path, clockwise, it will lead them to the illumination of true Nirvana.

8 - Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem Israel

Jerusalem Israel
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The visit that takes tourists through the Via Dolorosa, in this city, for those who knew it, is classified as one of the most incredible routes that exist.
Above all religious connotations, those who had the opportunity to follow all the stations that recreate Via Crucis de Jesus until reaching Calvary is one of the most fascinating experiences in the world.

9 - Arashiyama, Kyoto, Japan

Arashiyama Japan Trivia
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Here we can find a fantastic bamboo grove, the city of Kyoto, one of the best known in the country. It is recommended that an afternoon be dedicated to visit it, as it is outside the city and, those who have had the opportunity to visit the forest, testify that the light of the sunset, with its lighting makes the place something more beautiful to see.

10 - Pammukale, Turkey

Pammukale Turkey Trivia
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Cotton Castle, as it is also called, is. known as the eighth wonder of the world. Formed more than 15 thousand years ago by groundwater that rises to over 34 degrees, the puddles have a white of such a level of purity that they can give visitors the feeling of being above the clouds.

11 - Moraine Lake, Canada

Moraine Lake Canada
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Located in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, Lake Moraine is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. And we are not the ones who say. After all, his image is one of the most photographed in the country, in addition to being stamped on the Canadian $ 20 bills. Very cool! ­čśë

12 - Easter Island, Chile

Moraine Lake Canada
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A dream of many travelers, Easter Island is located 3,600 kilometers off the coast of Chile, in the Pacific Ocean, and is also one of the most mysterious places in the world. With an ancestral culture, dream beaches, centuries-old traditions, amazing volcanoes and mysterious figures, symbols of the island, this remote corner of the planet guarantees one of the most magical moments. You can trust!

13 - Stonehenge, United Kingdom

Curiosities of Stonehenge Europa
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If there is a mysterious place in Europe, it is Stonehenge. Considered one of the most important prehistoric monuments in the world, this impressive stone circle of more than 5,000 years old, for which the function is not known, represents one of the most fascinating places in the world.

14 - Sukhothai, Thailand

Sukhothai Thailand Curiosities
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If there is one place in Thailand that cannot be missed, it is undoubtedly Sukhothai. Located about 500 kilometers from Bangkok, it is a perfect stop if you are touring the country towards Chiang Mai. The ancient capital of the Sukhothai kingdom, from the 13th and 14th centuries, offers us the possibility to enter one of the archaeological sites most impressive in Thailand.

15 - Sigiriya, Sri Lanka

Sigiriya Curiosities
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Many consider it as the most important ÔÇťarchaeological siteÔÇŁ in Sri Lanka, Sigiriya rises at 370 meters over a wide plain, revealing the splendid whim of nature. Used for two centuries as a monastery and then as a royal palace, it created one of the most impressive enclaves in the world. Although Sigiriya is considered one of the most famous places in Sri Lanka, don't forget to stop in Dambulla, Polonnaruwa y Anuradhapura, all located in the famous Cultural Triangle.

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