46 Beauties And Wonders From Around The World

“At The Southwestern End Of The Korean Peninsula, In The Jeollanam-Do Region, There Is A “Folk Village” In Which The Inhabitants Retain The Way Of Life Of The Past”

“Sakya Monastery. The Library Was Discovered In Tibet Behind A Huge Wall (60 Meters Long And 10 Meters High). It Contains 84,000 Secret Manuscripts,which Include The History Of Mankind Over 1000 Years Old”

“Singapore’s Amazing Changi Airport”

“The Bridge That Comes From Sweden Turns Into A Tunnel Under The Sea And Reappears In Denmark; Both Countries United By This Wonderful Work Of Engineering”

“The Giant Of Pratolino Is A Gigantic Statue By Giambologna, A Masterpiece Of Sixteenth-Century Sculpture Located A Few Kilometers From Florence”

“This Medieval House, Located In The French Village Of Argentan, Built In 1509”

“Fish Pond Mosaic By Gary Drostle”

“First Image Shows An Ancient Greek Pelike Depicting A Woman Acrobat Shooting An Arrow With Her Feet. The Artifact Dates Back To The 4th Century Bc. Second Image Shows An Acrobatic Archer At The 2016 World Nomad Games Held In Kyrgyzstan”

“Pyramids Of Giza”

“Statue Of King Arthur Located In A Castle In Cornwall’

“Inside Mysore Palace, India”

“This Village Is Built On A Basaltic Cliff More Than 50m High And Spreads About 1 Kilometers Long. (Castellfollit De La Roca, Spain)”

“Botanical Park Of Rio De Janeiro Brazil. Founded In 1808, It Is Considered One Of The Most Important In The World”


“Peoples Living In Northern Regions And In Severe Snowy Climates, Such As The Inuit, Carved Whalebone, Horn, And Ivory Sunglasses To Protect Their Glare”

“Redhead Festival,dublin Ireland A Lot Of People Gather In This Place,united Only By The Fact That They Have Orange Hair”

“A Team Of Archaeologists LED By Professor Kutalmış Görkay, Of The University Of Ankara In Turkey, Has Unearthed Three Ancient Greek Mosaics In The Turkish City Of Zeugma, Near The Border With Syria”

“World’s Oldest Intact Carpet Ever Found, Woven Somewhere 2500 Years Ago And Found Frozen In A Kurgan In Altai Mountains In Central Asia”

“Architectural Details Of The Column Of Marcus Aurelius.carved Military Scenes Line This 2nd Century Column In Rome, Italy”

“Cemetery In Taiwan”

“Basilicata: Pietragalla Is The Town Of The Fantastic “Palmenti”, In The Local Dialect Called “Rutte”, Cave-Cellars Dug Into The Rock Still Used Today For The Conservation Of Wine”

“My Favorite Room In The Whole Castle! Hall Of Mirrors, Versailles, France”

“An 800 Year-Old Pack Horse Bridge, Lancashire, England”

“Portuguese Royal Library – Located In Rio De Janeiro, Brazil”

“The Vasa Warship Sank At The Occasion Of His Inaugural Journey In Stockholm In 1628. After 333 Years At The Bottom Of The Sea, The Impressive Warship Was Recovered And He Could Finally Continue His Journey. Today, The Vasa Is The Best-Preserved 17th Century Ships And Can Be Admired Within A Museum Structure Specially Built In Stockholm”

“Staircase In The Chambord Castle In France. Designed By The Great Legend Of High Renaissance Leonardo Da Vinci In 1516”

“Hisashimichi Interchange! It’s A Japanese Highway Junction, Made With Minimum Loss To Environment. This Is A Seriously Impressive Engineering Masterpiece Situated In Hachioji, Near Tokyo, Japan”

“Syrian Archaeologist Khaled Al Asaad He Gave 50 Years To Palmyra And Was Beheaded Six Years Ago Today For The Cultural Heritage To Which He Devoted His Life”

“Several Years Ago, A Team Of Archaeologists Excavating The Megalithic Tomb Of Montelirio Tholos (Spain) Uncovered An Extraordinary Dagger Formed From Rock Crystal”

“High In The Jungle Mountains Of Flores Island In Indonesia At An Altitude Of 4,200 Ft. Is One Of The Last Remaining Ancient And Isolated Villages In The World. Called Wae Rebo, The Village Has Been Occupied By The Manggaraian People For Almost 2,000 Years”

“200-Year-Old Wooden Bridge In Dagestan, Built Without The Use Of A Single Nail”

“One Of The Biggest Pre-Roman Mosaics Ever Found. Highly Elaborate, Meant To Show The Power Of The Kingdom Of Macedonia”

“Sainte-Chapelle, A Gothic-Style Royal Chapel, The Medieval Palais De La Cité, At The Dele De La Cité On The Seine River In Paris, France, Where The Kings Of France Lived Until The 14th Century”

“Ancient Roman Ruins In Tunisia – Baptism Basin Of Basilica Of St. Vitale, Sbeitla”

“The 1500 Year Old Ark Of Bukhara In Uzbekistan Is An Absolutely Beautiful Representation Of Castle Architecture”

“Medusa Sculpture (C. 2nd Century Ad) At Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli, Italy”

“Hohenzollern Castle, Germany Hohenzollern Castle Is A Historical Castle Located 50 Kilometers South Of Stuttgart, Germany. The Hohenzollern Dynasty Resided Here”

“A Beautiful Bridge And Street In Rouen-Normandy-France”

“Lycian Rock Tombs Located In The Ancient City Of Myra. Antalya, Turkey”

“The Oldest House In France It’s Found In Aveyron, It’s 700 Years Old, It Was Built In The 13th Century And Belonged To A Jeanne”

“Angkor Wat, Cambodia 7-Headed Snake (Naga) Statue. In Indian Mythology, Half-Serpent, Half-Human Beings Called Naga Were Seen As The Guardian Of Rivers, Wells, Springs And All Drinking Water”

“Roman Mosaic Discovered Last Year In Old Town Of Hvar, Croatia”

“A Step-Well Located In Rajasthan, India”

“Ruins Of A Druid Temple In Yorkshire, England”

“Temple Of The Sun In Modhera, India, Built In 1026 Ad”

“Stone House In Celorico De Basto, Northern Portugal. It Is Called Casa Do Penedo (House Of The Rock) Because It Was Built From Four Large Boulders That Serve As The Foundation, Walls And Ceiling Of The House. Constructed In 1972”

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  1. Zeugma was never a turkish city because turks could never create art and beauty, it is the ancient City of Zeugma in modern day turkey.

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