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We've chosen 50 of the most beautiful places in the world to add to your travel list - flamingo-pink lakes in Mexico and vast, multicolored hills in the United States, green waves of rice trees in Indonesia and Antarctica From epic icescapes.

1.Shark Bay, Austria

The most spectacular point on mainland Australia, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was founded before the discovery of Captain Cook in Botany Bay, with Dutch explorers being here in the 17th century.

The area is diverse - there is a beach made entirely of small white shells, stromatolites on the banks of Hamlin Pools and a salt mine in the Bay of Loop, which produces the purest grade of salt in the world and only four -By- is accessible from Char - or visible from the sky.

2.ST Petersburg, Russia

The imperial capital of Russia for two centuries, the city is full of grand architecture and historical art and is a pioneer in the performing arts. The sun does not fully set in mid-June, turning dusky brown into evening. A visit to the State Hermitage, one of the best museums in the world, is a must, while the most famous ballet, Swan Lake, is an evening well spent at the Marinsky Theater.

3. PARACAS, Peru

Paracas, a small seaside town in the Ica region of Peru, is where the desert meets the sea. The field trip is not complete without a boat ride to Islas Ballastas, a rocky island off the Pacific coast known for its diverse wildlife, including herds of sea lions and hordes of baby penguins.

4. Laga, Portugal

Porto, Portugal
Photo by Nick Karvounis / Unsplash

The red-coasted beaches in the southwestern region of Portugal and the swampy villages with ancient whitewash have begun to divert the crowds from the region's busiest hotspots. It has its own sunny micro and inexpensive places to stay in Lagos like Casa Mae, it is also a great winter-sun option.

5. Paris, France

Sunset over the Loire River
Photo by Bruno Abatti / Unsplash

With its striking architecture, grand boulevards, world-class art, jewel-box patisseries and classic places to live, it is a city that never sleeps. Its unrivaled food scene is experienced by stumbling upon the corner beds below the corner lanes.

6. Vietnam

4:51pm
Photo by Ammie Ngo / Unsplash

Hìa B provincenh province is located in the north of the country and is home to mountain tribes including Hmong, Moong and Dzao, as well as endless rice fields

7. SARKINICO BEACH, MILOS, GREECE

View from a home at the town of Antiparos. 
Antiparos island, Cyclades, Greece.
Photo by Dimitris Kiriakakis / Unsplash

Off-Radar Milos has some of the best beaches in the Aegean without a bouquet of Mykonos or Santorini. The moon-like sarcinico is made up of waves of bone white, wave-like volcanic rock and is one of the most submerged sections of the island.

8. DD Vale, California

Photo by Julian Myles / Unsplash

Known as the hottest place on Earth, Death Valley reached a record temperature of 53 degrees Celsius in 2019. It is a large area of ​​extremes: with snowy peaks, scorching sand and wooded meadows, the National Park covers a wide range of different landscapes. One of the most popular locations is the multi-artist Artist Palette, a series of erased hills whose color is due to the oxidation of natural metal deposits in the mountains. Fans of The Star Wars will be eager to see the site that inspired Tatonin.

9.PROVENCE, France

Parisian bridge
Photo by Léonard Cotte / Unsplash

In summer, endless regions of lavender blooms turn the Provencal landscape purple. At the end of the season, when the crop is harvested, honey, soap and pastries are made with aromatic doses of the plant.

10.Bayon, Cambodia

Rainy Khmer Mornings
Photo by Mark / Unsplash

Built in honor of Jayavarman VII, one of Cambodia's most famous kings, Beyon is a 12th-century state temple that is a unique architectural achievement at the center of Angkor Thom. The twenty-four Gothic towers carved with 216 dignified smiling faces of Avalokiteshwara - the Bodhisattva of compassion - fill the temple, and the design reflects a shift from Hinduism to Maulana Buddhism. Angkor Wat is not far off, Beyoncé, its off-the-beaten track younger sister, is a close second in popularity. Jenny Jarins

11.Ground Teton National Park, Jackson Hall, Wyoming

Cloud cover hiding the Teton Peaks
Photo by Logan Mayer / Unsplash

The famous three peaks of the National Park are among Wyoming's most recognizable sightseeing spots, the highest point in the Grand Range. It is an increase on the list of many pro adventurers, but also a viable option for newcomers looking for an outdoor excursion through a 310,000-acre landscape floating on a snake river or mountain-bike. Top with dinner at Sneak River Grill in Jackson's city center and stop overnight at the cliff-side Amangani. Katherine SOHN

12. Long falls, Venezuela

Photo by Freddy Clavo / Unsplash

The world's tallest waterfall, with a cascade of 3,212 feet, is located in the UNESCO-protected Kanaima National Park and was the inspiration for the Disney film 'Up'. The site is accessible only by boat or plane.

13. Kyrgyzstan

Trail to Song-kul lake
Photo by Marek Brzóska / Unsplash

yrgyzstan has natural beauty, a gateway to the east. The country has distinctive deodar forests, rocky ridges and rolling jellows (summer pastures). Visitors come to the glacial lakes in the warmer months, while in winter being with semi-nomadic shepherds is an experience unlike any other.

14.Venice

Photo by Joshua Stannard / Unsplash

The 12,500 feet long canal runs straight through the center and has inspired many artists including Canaletto, Monet and JMW Turner. Surrounded by 12th to 17th century buildings, it is the most magnificent waterway in the floating city.

15. National Park, ZIMBABWE

The sun was beginning to set at the Hwange National Park. In the horizon, has the sun started to kiss the plains pink, the African dirt started to life into a billowing cloud. Before my eyes, hundreds ans hundreds of elephants made their way through the plains and down to the watering hole. Baby elephants leaped with joy as their mothers guided their steps to the water. In an orderly fashion, the elephants paitently waited for their turn. It was one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever whitnessed.
Photo by Christine Donaldson / Unsplash

Hwange has a greater diversity of mammals than any national park in the world and is the largest natural reserve in Zimbabwe. The size of Belgium, it is home to over 50,000 elephants and 500 species of birds. The wet-season winter months are the best time to see migratory birds or book off-season safaris when fewer visitors come to the park.

16. Mongolia

Hiking in Khongoryn Els
Photo by Sarah Lachise / Unsplash

A third Mongolia is covered in desert, and while it is the 18th largest country in the world, it has the most populous three million inhabitants. Visitors can go local: riding horses, taking care of livestock and helping a shepherd to sleep - a lack of a traditional feel.

17.LAKEYRE, Austria

This photo was taken overlooking the town of Hallstatt in Austria, in autumn
Photo by Joss Woodhead / Unsplash

This salt lake constitutes the lowest point on the continent. Normally dry due to evaporated water, with its salt-deposited mist, the body only fills up twice every 100 years on average.

18. Bali, Indore

We’re on the beach that day and try to capture the 2 buildings from far away when there is a lady sitting there trying to enjoy the quiet morning the beach offers.
Photo by bady abbas / Unsplash

Minute artistic, low-key villages from scooter-boozing ubud, vivid green rice trees, lush green forests and vast forests. Bali is one of the 17,000 islands in Indonesia and it sees an average temperature of about 30 ° C a year. Explore by bicycle and then visit one of its many cool beach clubs.

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