8 Most Beautiful And Breathtaking World Wonders
Mother Earth is filled with lovely places. Mountains that split the flow of clouds, islands that float in limitless oceans, woodland deeper than the roots of old trees. Then monuments are sculptured precisely or perfectly demolished, however frail, yet proud. But there are still so many great wonders of the world. Historical places are considered as ancient wonders world.
The planet has too many attractions to see and natural wonders of the world, and some of them, including the Taj Mahal and the Chinese Great Wall, are known as the wonders world and historical places of the world. You already know the other famous 8 wonders of the world. Nevertheless, we agree that certain ones were left out and the list would have been much longer if it had been included. They are also the best places to visit in the world.
1. Mount Roraima, Venezuela
Spread over 31 sq km, the peak fights with the clouds. On all sides, the 400-meter high cliffs have borders with Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela.
2. Yunnan Stone Forest, Shilin, Kunming, China
The Yunnan Stone Forest and its mysterious landscape have not been a living forest yet have led many to a legend. The labyrinth of pillars was believed to be the ruins of the petrified trees for years. More recent science has proved this wrong, but the reality is no less impressive. It existed as a shallow sea with a calcareous floor, millions of years ago. After the sea drained, the water and wind eroded the calcareous pillars and grottoes that continued to draw curious visitors. However, we propose a guide or map because it is not difficult to get lost.
3. Ayutthaya, Thailand
It was once part of a Siamese empire that flourished in the 14th to 18th centuries. It is worth visiting the ruins.
4. Travertine Pools, Pamukkale, Turkey
Pamukkale literally means castle of cotton, which seems weird only until you glimpse these massive white swimming pools. Situated in Southwest Turkey, these breathtakingly surreal travertine terraces have been formed by hundreds of years of flowing hot springs. And tourists from all over the world not only enjoy hot springs here every year, but they also discover the ancient Greco-Roman city of Hierapolis, situated on the hillside. Let’s be frank, who won’t bath in the old ruins as the Romans once did?
5. Standing Stone of Callanish
These Scottish stone age stones are made of a circle of stones and lines of stones that radiate from it every little bit as mystical and magical as the most well-known of Stonehenge in England.
6. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
At first glimpse, the largest salt flat in the world could not sound so great. And it is more than 4,000 square miles from one of the most difficult surroundings on earth. But the expansive views are what makes this prehistoric lake so awesome. The clear skies and the area’s exceptional flatness enable tourists to see for miles. Not only this but even when the surrounding lakes overflow onto the flats, the water provides a large mirror that reflects the sky and the surface.
7. Rock Islands of Palau, Micronesia
The land of Palau is in the Pacific Ocean and covers a total of 250 islands. These are clearly magnificent islands and the view from the air is to die.
8. Prambanan, Indonesia
Built in the mid-9th century, this Hindu temple complex was abandoned about a century later and fell into the realm of myth until the early 19th century.