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The Matterhorn, Switzerland (this does not look real to me...I wonder if I will ever see anything like it)


Best Places to Sleep! Rovinj – Croatia!

Kirkjufell Mountain, Iceland


'Hold On' photo by Laurie Hernandez, young cougar (mountain lion or puma) in Minnesota (Big Cats)

Cara sur del Naranjo de Bulnes o Picu Urriellu, Picos de Europa. No dejes de visitarlos si vienes a Cantabria | Spain |


Matterhorn, Switzerland - The "Matterhorn" is one of the world's most famous mountain. The first men who managed to climb to the top of this mountain was a group of seven mountaineers led by Edward Whymper from Great Britain on July 14, 1865. Four of the seven men died on the way back. It is unknown who named this mountain "Matterhorn" or where the name comes from, but there are many families in this valley named "Matter".

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Dragon Temple Kammalawat (วัดมังกรกมลาวาส (เล่งเน่ยยี่))

The Wat Sanpran Dragon Temple in Bangkok, Thailand is a 16-storey red tower with a statue of a dragon wound around it. The temple complex consists of smaller temples and many statues inspired by dragons and the chinese zodiac. The dragon itself is reportedly hollow, and visitors are able to walk some sections of it, though other parts of the temple remain closed to the public. Photo:


Vertical Stair Bridge at Daedunsan Mountain, Korea - I would never ever use this…

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7 Most Mysterious Places on Earth

3. Mt. Roraima (Brazil) The mountain lies on the border of three countries viz. Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela. One thing that makes this mountain strange is its shape. What makes it weirder are the clouds and the fauna around the mountain peak. The peak of the mountain is considered as one of the oldest geological formations in the world. The plateau is believed to be formed by water and winds. But there is no explanation for why some of these species cannot be found anywhere else in the…