Top 20 unrealistically beautiful places in the world

These places must see.
Sea Stars in the Maldives, colored rocks in China and the Grand Canyon in the United States — these unique and beautiful places of the world must see.

Portal Buzzfeed rating was unreal beautiful places on our planet where you need to be sure to visit.

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Colored rocks Danks Zhangye, China

Unique colored rocks Zhangye dunks are in China, in Gansu Province. Colored rocks consist of red sandstones and conglomerates of mostly Cretaceous. Such formations are a unique type of petrographic geomorphology, existing only here. Colored rocks included in the World Heritage List.

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Swing «End of the World» (End of the World), Ecuador

This extreme ride in the mountains of Ecuador (Baños city). Unique swing over a precipice located at an altitude of 2660 meters above sea level, offering spectacular views of the Andes.


Great Blue Hole, Belize (Central America)

Another wonderful place the world — Great Blue Hole, located in the center of Lighthouse Reef, near the Yucatan Peninsula (Belize State territory in Central America). The hole, which has become known thanks to the French explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, is a circular crater with a diameter of 305 m and 120 m in depth. Today it is one of the best dive sites in the world.


Fields of tulips in the Netherlands

This season of tulips in the Netherlands begins in the second half of April and lasts until about the tenth of May.

The largest field of tulips are located along the shore of the North Sea dunes of the strip, also on the road to the city of Leiden, The Hague and Delft, and near the town of Enkhuizen. Not far from Amsterdam’s tulip fields can be seen in dry once the lake, now fertile land Beymster, which is under protection of UNESCO Associations.


The cave of the mountain river in the province of Quang Binh, Vietnam

Mountain river cave (Son Doong), a length of about 6 km, is the largest in the world. The biggest part of it is 200 meters high and 150 meters wide, and some of the spaces are so massive that they can fit into the city with all its streets. From the constant erosion of the cave collapsed, forming a so-called passages and halls of the cave.


National Park Hitachi, Japan

Hitachi Park is located in the Japanese city hitachinaka (Ibaraki Prefecture). The park was founded in 1991 on the site of a former US military base and currently occupies 120 hectares.

At a certain season in the park blooms certain kind of flowers — tulips, poppies, daffodils, lilies, cherry. The plantations are located on the slope of Miharashi, with spectacular views of the Pacific coast.


Ice cave under a glacier in Juneau, Alaska (USA)

The cave is 12 km long glacier Mendenhall is located near the city of Juneau in Alaska. It is unique in that every year changes its appearance — the ice melts in the cave, creating springs.


Mount Roraima (joint Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil)

Unique Mount Roraima is located in the north of South America, at the junction of Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana.

The highest point of the mountain — 2723 m above sea level, and the flat top is a plateau area of about 34 km². It is considered a sacred place, and the local Indians call it the navel of the earth.

From the mountain offers fantastic views: that of Roraima and inspired Arthur Conan Doyle to write the novel The Lost World.


Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia is one of the tourism centers of Turkey with unique volcanic landscapes, canyons, cave and underground cities.

History of Cappadocia dates back to 5 thousand. BC. e. All this time, the region is at the crossroads of civilizations, coming in one by one into the Hittite, Persian, Roman and Ottoman empires.


Sea Stars on Vaadhu Island, Maldives

Unique luminous waves in the Maldives explained bioluminescence — chemical processes in the body of animals for which the liberated energy is released in the form of light. It seems that in the Sea of Stars Sea stars are reflected from the sky.


Victoria Falls at the junction of Zimbabwe and Zambia

Victoria Falls — the only waterfall in the world, with more than 100 meters in height and more than a kilometer wide. Tourists can walk along the edge of a waterfall in the Basin of the Devil, who is from Zambia.

The waterfall is one of the main attractions of South Africa, belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Language Troll, Norway

Troll Language — stone ledge on Skeggedal mountain, near Odda in Norway. The projection rises over the lake Ringedalsvatn at an altitude of 350 meters.

It is a place of pilgrimage for tourists, though, to go to climb, will need at least 5 hours.


Beaches White Harbour, Australia

Beaches White harbor in the archipelago of the Holy Trinity is famous for its fine white sand. He presumed, to make the sea to dry land for millions of years.


Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA

Grand Canyon is named one of the Seven Wonders of Nature, and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Located on the Colorado Plateau (Arizona, USA), the national park of the Grand Canyon and Navajo Indian Reservation Tribal, Havasupai and hualapay.


Marble caves in Patagonia, at the junction of Argentina and Chile

Marble caves or Marble Cathedral, which were formed by sea waves about six thousand years ago, are in the middle of the lake Buenos Aires.


Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

The perfect place for lovers, is an interweaving of tree branches and bushes in the form of a tunnel in the village of Klevan Rivne region.


Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

The dried salt lake Uyuni in the south of the desert plains of the Altiplano in Bolivia, situated at an altitude of about 3650 meters above sea level.

With an abundance of rain turns into a huge mirror, which makes it possible to calibrate the satellites. There is a cemetery and locomotives, which are there for more than 60 years.


Bewitched well, Brazil

In the caves of the National Park Chapada Diamantina in Bahia has a truly unique pit Enchanted Well. At a depth of 36 meters, you can see the stones at the bottom. And when the sun’s rays fall into the well at a certain angle, the water is painted in deep blue color. On the advice of travelers, the best time to observe this phenomenon — noon in June and July, somewhere between 11 and 12 hours.


Antelope Canyon in Arizona, USA

Antelope Canyon, located in the mountains Paige, gets its name due to brown-red walls, resembling the skin of an antelope.

For several centuries, water and wind are machined and formed graceful and whimsical relief lines in the rocks.


Fingal’s Cave, Staffa Island Scotland

Fingal’s Cave — one of the most extraordinary places created by nature. While it may seem that these structures are man-made, in fact, the caves were formed during the Paleocene of lava flows.

In Gaelic cave called Uamh-Binn — Cave tunes. Bizarrely transformed the sounds of the surf are given throughout the interior of the cave, making it look like a huge cathedral with it sounding body.