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Great Wall of China
The Great wall of China is truly an amazing sight. Located in Northern China, this wall spans nearly 13,000 miles across the country side. It took several Chinese dynasties to build this ancient structure over a span of 2,300 years. china highlights lists it as one of the “Greatest Human Feat in History”. Scenic views, hiking conquest, and exploring this ancient structures are just a few reasons to take a trip to Northern China.
Located in the Guayana Highlands of Venezuela; Angel Falls is known as the worlds tallest waterfall. The Churum river flows right over the “Auyentepuy” mountain. According to Salto-Angel, it was first discovered by the pilot, James Angel while he was on a conquest to discover a “Golden City”.
Perito Moreno Glacier
Looks like something from Antarctica right? Wrong, it is actually a glacier in Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina. One of the 48 glaciers that belong to the ice park in Argentina, it spans nearly 19 miles.
Machu Picchu citadel
Known as an Archaeological wonder of Peru, Machu Picchu is an ancient Incan Artifact. Archaeologist believe that the citadel was built as an Estate for the Inca Emperor, Pachuacuti around 1450 AD.
Coined as the “Eight Wonder of The World” by President Roosevelt, Burney Falls is a Californian beauty. The fall is located in the Mcarthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park in Shasta County, California. Most of its water supply comes from underground springs, and the waterfall itself is 114 feet high. Check out McArthur-Burney Falls State Park for more details
Carved out by the Colorado River, The Grand Canyon is a 277 mile canyon located in Arizona. At some points the Grand Canyon spans a width of 18 miles, and has a depth that is over a mile deep. The Grand Canyon is famous all over the world for its magnificent colors, size, and grandeur. For additional travel information, check out Grand Canyon.
Located in Wiltshire, England, Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument that is believed to be constructed by the Neolithic Era around 2,000-3,000 BC.This mysterious artifact has puzzled scientists for centuries.
Hubbard Glacier in Alaska
Hubbard Glacier is located off the frigid coast of Yakutat in Alaska. Scientists believe the glacier continues to grow in size and shape. Currently, the glacier is more than 6 miles wide with icebergs that are nearly 400 feet tall.
Is one of America’s largest ski resorts, that is home to numerous lakes, trails, and mountains. Vail is perfect for adventurers, hikers, and sight-seeing. For more resort information, visit Vail.
Lindos Agean, Greece
Lindos is known as an archaeological site with an awesome beach. It is situated in a large bay and contains Haraki, a resort and fishing village. Also, there are many historical sites to see as this city was once home to medieval villagers in the 16th, 17th, & 18th Century.
Located on the coast of Kauai Island of Hawaii. Poipu beach is known for its reefs, surf breaks, and snorkeling areas.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
If you have ever put fuel into your automotive, then you probably have contributed to Dubai’s wealth. The Emirate city is located on the Perisan Gulf. Dubai is now known as a global city and business hub. Home to some of the neatest man made structures, including oddly shaped sky scrapers and its very own man made islands.
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