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35 Breathtaking Places To See Before You Die

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We sometimes think that those unbelievably beautiful locations and/or places only exist in fairy tales. But believe it or not, the real world has them, too. You just need to visit them personally to really appreciate their beauty.

For now, though, you can opt to see them via pictures. Below are images of the most picturesque places we have gathered from the different corners of our planet. Perhaps they will encourage you to travel someday. Check them out!

#35. Dark Hedges, UK

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#34. The Tasman National Park, Australia

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#33. Devil’s Bridge in Gablenz, Germany

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#32. Albarracin, Spain

#31. Canyon Fjaðrárgljúfur, Iceland

#30. Gansu Province, China

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#29. Naica Mine, Mexico

#28. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil

#27. Mount Roraima, Venezuela

#26. Moraine Lake, Canada

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#25. Antelope Canyon, US

#24. A lake located in Patagonia, Argentina

#23. The Meteora, Greece

#22. Lake Sørvágsvatn, the Faroe Islands

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#21. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China

#20. Hitachi National Park, Japan

#19. Petra, Jordan

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#18. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver

Source: Wikipedia
#17. Eilean Donan Castle, UK

#16. The Château de Marqueyssac, France

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#15. Vatnajokull Glacier Cave, Iceland

#14. Cappadocia, Turkey

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#13. Rice Terraces, Vietnam

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#12. The Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina

#11. Prague, Czech Republic

#10. The Lofoten Islands, Norway

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#9. Chefchaouen, Morocco

#8. Grand Canyon, US

Source: Poem Tour
#7. Underwater City in Shicheng, China

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#6. Ellora Caves, India

Source: Wikipedia
#5. Mount Saint-Michel, France

#4. Haiku Stairs, Hawaii

#3. Magical hotel in Switzerland

#2. Huacachina Oasis, Peru

Source: Huachachina
#1. Pink Lake Hillier, Australia

We are pretty sure you are stoked to give these places a visit. Let us know which one is your favorite in the comments below!

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Japan Has Its Own Version of Venice in Kyoto

The houses appear as if they are floating on water.

Want to go to Venice but your budget can only affor Asia? Well head over to Japan instead. Aptly nicknamed "The Venice of Japan," the sleepy town of Ine no Funaya or The Boat Houses of Ine is the country's version of Venice.

There are 230 wooden boathouses standing on a narrow strip of land between the sea and the mountains. Ine no Funaya has the sea as its front, but there's no need to worry about powerful storms and crashing waves.

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40 Illegal Photos of North Korea That Kim Jong-un Doesn’t Want the World to See

There is a reason why the Supreme Leader wants to isolate the country.

A photographer by the name of Eric Lafforgue had the chance to experience what it is like to live in North Korea. Being able to visit the country six times already, he managed to capture images that were actually forbidden to take and/or were asked to be deleted. These are simply the kind of photos that the Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un does not want the world to see.

At first, Lafforgue was interested in being a casual tourist in the communist country. But as the time went on, he began to reveal its only façade. And he wanted to go beyond what common people think of the nation, from catching a domestic glimpse of the land to how the regime completely reigns. Eric admitted that, like any other tourist, he was not allowed to take pictures of the police and the army, among others.

Thanks to his 300mm zoom lens and a comfortable sitting position at the back of his bus, he was able to take as many shots as he can. “As soon as they were opening a new area to visit, I tried to go and see it,” he said.

Well, without further ado, here the photos captured by Eric. Enjoy!

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10 Travel Scams and Rip-Offs to Watch Out For When You Travel Abroad

There are effective ways to counter scammers – specifically by understanding how these crooks work!

In a recent statistics, there were around 1.235 billion international tourists across the globe. That goes to show that human beings love to travel and explore the world. In terms of the popular countries among tourists, the list includes the USA, France, Italy, China, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

But with the increase of tourists, deceivers have also doubled in numbers. These scumbags continue to trick travelers in hopes to scam them. Apparently though, some tourists are also to be blamed. They simply rely too much on locals and fail to recognize scammers.

There are, however, plenty of ways to counter these deceivers - and one of them is by understanding how these thieves work. Below are some of them.

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