Impeccable geometry is something that all the cities have in common. But usually it becomes almost invisible, when it blends to an overall surroundings. However, sometimes geometric shapes manifest in all their glory, when designers and architects decide to make their creations as obvious as possible.
Considered to be the most beautiful canyon in Europe, the Verdon Gorge is 25 kilometers long and 700 meters deep. Part of its beauty comes from the incredible turquoise water of the Verdon River.
Among many architectural treasures in Rome, this castle is less known worldwide. Commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian, the castle, built in 139 AD, served as his mausoleum.
Ever dreamed of a remote place? A house where you could escape the city and dive into the tranquil surroundings? These ten places might be a good choice.
The whole park is a wonderful nature retreat, considered a World Heritage Site. Haffner Creek is a very picturesque site, which is loved by the climbers, as well as photographers.
The restaurant with the beautiful views is part of the Song Saa Private Island hotel. A bridge leads guests to the lounge, situated over the water.
The impressive bridge looks like a sunken corridor, as if the water has parted for the pedestrians. It is installed in a 17th century fort – Fort De Roovere.
Fanad juts out into the Atlantic Ocean and offers some amazing landscapes. It also has Blue Flag beach in Ballymastocker Bay, that is often listed as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by the magazines.
Mikael Genberg first made an underwater hotel in the native Sweden. This is the first underwater hotel in Africa.
Sa Pa has the biggest market in the province and also is famous for the terraced rice fields.
Part of the Mariana Islands archipelago, Saipan offers a divine vacation. The white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, no crowds, high quality hotels and places to shop.
he dirt road between Morondava and Belon’i Tsiribihina is known for the group of these giant trees growing around this section. The road is one of the most popular and visited places in Madagascar.
Nature plays by its own rules and sometimes sends some devastating storms. Some adventurous photographers have risked their lives to shoot the dramatic moments.
The divine group of islands attracts vacationers from all around the world to spend some unforgettable time here. But the beach on the Vaadhoo Island is also famous for a rare natural phenomena – glowing tides.
Want some adrenaline in your veins? Amusement parks specialize in making your heart beat faster. Check out this list of versatile parks: some of them are themed, some family friendly, some are all only about the crazy rides.
A lot of geological wonders are found in the 40 km (25 mi) long section of the Coyote Gulch – a tributary of the Escalante River. Rocky bridges, alcoves, steep canyons and domes are found in the area, whose versatility is a great attraction for the hikers and photographers.
In the west side of Sydney there is a 102 year old ship, which has turned into what is now known as a Floating Forest.
The popular limestone hill has many caves and is a sacred spot, visited by the locals as well as tourists. The temple complex is spread all over the hill.
The mountain is very popular tourist destination. Located in Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park the glass path is in 1,430 m (4,690ft) height and is for those adventurers, who can handle the heights.
Have you ever dreamed of escaping the big city and spending a weekend in a romantic small village? Where everything is idyllic – from the nature to architecture.
The incredible glass structure was built in 1887 to exhibit exotic flora and fauna. However, in 2006 Korean artist Kimsooja turned this whole Crystal Palace into an art installation, which made the visitors feel like entering a fairy tale.
The old village, mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086), is famous for its stone cottages built in 17th century. Often referred as the most beautiful village in England, Bibury is definitely very charming and very English.
Also known as the Stairway to Heaven, the 3,922 stairs lead to the top of the 756 m (2,480 ft) height summit of Puʻukeahiakahoe. Originally built in 1940s to install the Naval radio antenna, today the stairs attract the adventurers.
Enjoy winter? Or maybe there is not enough of it where you live? Take a look at these incredible sites created by snow and ice. Many of them look unearthly and once again prove nature to be a genius artist.