Culturally Visited Places


The world is a wonderful place. It is very rich in nature wonders, man-made masterpieces and fascinating wildlife.

1. Taj Mahal

Agra, India

Maybe it's the most romantic monument ever built and certainly one of the world's great architectural masterpieces. Taj Mahal was built by Emperor Shah Jahan 400 years ago in order to make a grave worthy of him upon the death of his third wife. More than 20,000 workers have worked in this wonderful turbine building. Completion lasted twenty years. In order to provide excellence, talented craftsmen were brought from all over the world, and the highest quality materials were procured from all over Asia. Taj Mahal is one of the Seven New Wonders of the World and UNESCO World Heritage List.

2. Galapagos Islands

Ecuadorian Island, Pacific Ocean

It is known as "a living museum and an evolutionary vitrine". The Galapagos Islands are one of the most spectacular natural environments on the planet. The islands that were erected millions of years ago by a series of volcanic eruptions have emerged in the waters of the Pacific Ocean. The isolated place of the islands, paired with their unique creations, has led to the development of extraordinary unusual animal and marine life that can not be found anywhere else on Earth. The Galapagos are so mysterious that even the famous Charles Darwin used them as an inspiration to write the Theory of Evolution. The populations of the islands have increased rapidly in recent years and more than 200,000 new species migrated here. Birds, lizards, giant turtles and more. If you are an animal lover, there is no more magical place than the Galapagos.
3. New York City

New York, United States

Although New York is a city with thousands of nicknames, none is more appropriate than the World Capital. A cultural melting pot, New York is packed with wonders from all over the world trying to enjoy the city's famous attractions, first-class restaurants, world famous museums, luxury shopping and seemingly endless entertainment options. There is much to do in New York, independent of taste, age or budget. That's why people say why the city never sleeps. You will need multiple tours to get the real joy of New York City. Most likely it will take time to visit famous landmarks such as Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, 9/11 Memorial, Bronx Zoo, Times Square, Broadway and Central Park. Unique and different neighborhoods will fascinate you, the city's ruthless energy will digest you and you will want more from delicious food. When you visit New York, you may never want to leave.

4. Bora Bora

French Polynesian Island, South Pacific Ocean

It's like a corner from heaven and it stays in the clear aquamarine waters of the South Pacific Ocean. Bora Bora, a small volcanic island surrounded by white sandy beaches covered with lush green forests rising from the distant sea, offers such spectacular scenery as can be seen.

Centuries ago, the British explorers fascinated with beauty Bora bora. Today, it is one of the attractions of honeymoon couples. If you have money to lodge in one of Bora Bora's luxury resorts, then just be prepared for the pleasure.

5. Antarctica

The South Continent

From lush forests to scorching deserts and remote tropical islands to mountain peaks, humanity colonized the planet and every corner was easily navigated by adventurous travelers. But except Antarctica. The frozen continent is not yet fully tamed. Frozen temperatures, dangerous and exotic wildlife, irregular climate and land make it both impossible and incredible. No place on earth can be compared to these wide white frosty lands.

Antarctica is a place where challenging living conditions exist. Tourism has developed in recent years. Although travel is only from November to March, passenger ships departing from the southern tip of South America now provide a transition to frozen land. The journey is both challenging and expensive, but you'll be one of the first people on the planet to step into the latest unexplored lands in the world.

6. Amazon Rainforests

South America, especially Brazil, Peru and Colombia

The heartbeat of the planet is the Amazon Rain Forest, the rainforest that is as legendary as its name, the most bio-space on Earth. Spreading over 3.3 million square miles, Amazon houses lush, lush forests, endless rivers, millions of different animal and plant species. And filled with the tribes of the indigenous people.

There are two main moments you will want to consider to visit Amazon, though it is full of natural beauty throughout the year. The dry season (usually from June to December) is very hot and humid; In this season, the water levels are lowering and the roads are opening. So it is an ideal time for those who want to climb the rainforest. On the contrary, the precipitation season (between December and June) comes with heavy rains and creates new river roads on river roads near the depths of the forest. Whenever you go, your life will be one of the most real travel experiences.

7. Greek islands

Greece

Visiting Greek islands means visiting legendary heroes and the house of the gods and making a trip to the legendary past. More than 1,400 large islands adorn Greek coasts. It offers unique and extraordinary views.

The island of Santorini, the most romantic place on the planet, is one of the dazzling places where romantic romances are designed. Mykonos is the perfect island for anyone who wants to discover their wild side. It offers a whole new night life with the best of the world. Milos has beaches that are perfect for lazy days or weeks on the island's colorful beaches. Day trip to Delos, the place where the gods of Apollo originate, will present one of the most magnificent history lessons you will find. With so many wonderful candidates to choose from, you can spend a good time exploring the ancient Greeks magic.

8. Northern Lights

Iceland

Northern Lights (or Aurora Borealis) is one of nature's most spectacular phenomena. When dancing, the green, pink and blue lights glow in the night and ripple in perfect harmony. Although the lights can be seen from various places in the Arctic Circle, they are clearly visible in Iceland. It's like a country specially designed for Icelandic adventurers, from powerful glaciers heated in the geothermal lagoons to exploring the legendary waterfalls and entering the volcanoes. And given the beauty of the Icelandic countryside, you'll have some of the best photography opportunities you'll find.

The Northern Lights are one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.

9. Grand Canyon

Arizona, United States

Probably one of the most natural wonders on the planet. Whether you see the canyon or explore it, you will be impressed with its enormous size and striking colors. Although the canyon has been 2 billion years old, it strikes the same astonishingly. This will be a trip you will never forget. The Grand Canyon is one of the World's Seven Natural Wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage list.

10. Sleeping in Salar

Department of Potosi, Bolivia

There is no word to describe stopping over the greatest mirror in the world. When Salar de Uyuni begins flooding season, a thin water layer covers the salt plains, which results in one of the most striking scenery you can see until now: an endless reflection sea.

Sleeping is the largest salt circle on the planet and covers more than 4,000 miles of space in Bolivia Altiplano. The lakes, which evaporate under the Andean sun, are covered with a thin layer of water, leaving a thick residue of salt forming the reflection. It will be difficult to get there, but when you arrive, all the struggles in the world will be worth it.

11. Easter Island

Chilean island, South Pacific Ocean

One of the greatest unsolved mysteries of man, yet nobody knows how and why huge statues of Easter Island are made. There are 887 giant sculptures known as moai, where Rapa Nui (the native of Easter Island) is on the island. The statues are famous for their iconic heads. Some are 33 meters tall.

To visit Easter Island, we will wander your mind with delightful curiosity. You will find yourself wondering about all kinds of mysterious, remote candidates. Where did the first settlers come from? Where did the head sculptures come from? How did they carry them? And why did they make such a sculpture? Adventure in the South Pacific awaits you.

12. Japan

There is no country in the world where the old tradition of the past danced so perfectly with the modern day's development. Japan is rooted in honor and tradition; On your trips, you will be proud and self-inspired to have each person's own crafts. Every interaction you have, every moment you enjoy, and every garden you walk in, will be clearly visible. But the prestige of Japan is not limited to the long running ritual; the country is one of the world leaders in technology and innovation emerging electronically and visually in spreading metropolises, hyper-developed transportation networks and world standards.
Also, it may not be as beautiful and good as the flowers in Japan in the world.
13. Chinese Wall

China

The Great Wall of China, one of the greatest architectural achievements of human beings, is the longest human structure ever constructed and the only structure that can be seen from the distance. The wall was built as a fortification to protect the Mongols from the construction of the Chinese Empire, which began about 2,500 years ago. The Great Wall of China is one of the Seven New Wonders of the World and the UNESCO World Heritage List.

It is possible to extend the list further. From the Middle East to Europe, many countries and cities have many cultural backgrounds and features. I will try to get them to stay in my next post.

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