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Interesting: The most beautiful views in the world

Choosing the most beautiful views in the world is not an easy task. Breathtaking landscapes, extraordinary places, fascinating travel destinations: here are some of the most beautiful places in the world.

Panjin is a city in China in the Liaoning province. Here is the ” Red Seabeach ” of Dawa County, a wetland whose landscape is characterized by a red color due to the presence of plants Suaeda, a genus belonging to the Chenopodiaceae family.

The Moraine Lake is known for its beautiful natural landscape, but also for the color of its blue-green waters due to the presence of rock particles on the bottom. We are in Canada and the lake, of glacial origin, is located in the “Valley of the Ten Peaks” and extends for about half a square kilometer.

We are in Norway, precisely in Trolltunga , a piece of rock suspended in nothingness. The name means “language of the troll”, because of its shape that recalls the language of the characters typical of the mythology of northern Europe. The brave ones who manage to get there can admire the underlying Ringedalsvanet lake and the marvelous game of peaks of the surrounding Norwegian fjords.

We fly to Arizona, on the land of the Navajos, to visit the Antelope Canyon , an authentic show of mother nature. It is a narrow canyon with vertiginous internal shapes created by water and wind. The light enters only from the top and at certain times of the day gives the sandstone a breathtaking color tone. There are two of Antelope Canyon: the Upper Antelope Canyon and the Lower Antelope Canyon. The first, called by the Navajo “the place where the water flows through the rocks”, is the most famous and visited part: it is easily accessible and presents with more frequency the phenomenon of penetration of light rays. The second, the Lower Antelope Canyon, does not have easy access. You enter with iron ladders and the path is very complicated.

The Iguazu Falls are located on the border between Argentina and Brazil, in the northwest of the province of Misiones, 17 km from the town of Porto Iguazú. The routes of the Iguazu National Park lead to a unique panorama in the world. This is an ideal trip for lovers of wild nature and for those who have always dreamed of discovering the unmissable destinations of Argentina. You can visit places of unique beauty like the Iguassu Falls, the Fagnano and Escondido lakes, the Perito Moreno glacier and the “Lighthouse of the end of the world”.

The Salto Angel is the waterfall with the largest difference in the world (979 meters). It is located in Venezuela on the course of the Carrao torrent and falls from the plateau of the mountain Auyantepui. The name comes from its discoverer, the US pilot Jimmie Angel. The natives called it “Parakupa-vena” or “Kerepakupai merú” and was considered, together with the mountain, a sacred place. The waterfall follows a path of 807 m to the Kerepakupay River, in the Parque Nacional de Canaima. This spectacle of nature in the heart of the Amazon is surrounded by dense vegetation.

The Victoria Falls are located along the river Zambezi (or Zambezi). They saw the geographical and political boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The front of the falls is more than a mile long, while their average height is 128 meters.  Today they are one of the most important tourist attractions in the south of the African continent.

Il deserto Salar de Uyuni it is the largest expanse of salt in the world. It is located in the departments of Potosì and Oruro, near the town of Uyuni, in the Andean highlands of Bolivia, at 3,650 meters above sea level. It is estimated that the Salar de Uyuni contains 10 billion tons of salt, of which less than 25,000 tons are extracted each year. This immense expanse of salt, like a huge mirror, can give the visitor the illusion of being able to walk on air. According to an ancient legend of the Aymara, a native population of the region, once the three mountains that surround this basin were three giants named Tunupa, Kusku and Kusina. Tunupa and Kusku got married and had a son, but Kusku betrayed his wife with Kusina. Tunupa, desperate for what happened, cried so much while nursing her baby,

The Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is a protected natural area in Brazil. It covers 155,000 hectares and is located in the northeast of the Maranhao State. The park includes dunes, rivers, stretches of water and mangroves. The most fascinating part of the park is an area of ​​270 km² (the Lençóis proper) covered by sinuous white sand dunes, which change their arrangement according to the combinations of winds. The water is ecrystalline sweet.