Fairy Pools, Isola di Skye, Scozia

© Sergio Del Rosso Photography/Getty Images Fairy Pools, Scotland Stroll to the rushing waters of Scotland's famous fairy pools

Cascate Plitvice – Croazia

Plitvice Lakes National Park, located in Croatia, in Dinaric Alps, was established in The natural wonder covers over of area. It is the most visited park in the region, attracting tourists from all around the world. The park is protected by UNESCO.

Laghi di Plitvice - Croazia

Laghi di Plitvice - Croazia


“Watching the sunrise from the top of Mount Xiang Gong (Guilin of China) by Tian Mai”

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Salto del Laja (Laja Waterfall) is a waterfall 15 miles from the city of Los Ángeles, Chile. It is composed of four spectacular falls, between 130 and 180 feet in height each. - photo by Johan Paquay

Crystal Caves, Skaftafell - Islanda

Skaftafell Ice Cave, Iceland This cave is located in the frozen lagoon of the Svínafellsjökull glacier. The cave is an awe-inspiring place that will capture anyone with its beauty frozen in time.

Troll’s Tongue – Norvegia

“Troll’s Tongue” or Trolltunga, 700 meters above the Ringedalsvatnet lake in Norway is a piece of rock jutting out above the fjord.

Laghi di Plitvice - Croazia

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia Another shot of Plitvice Lakes, this time showing the stair-step action of the pools. Photo: To Uncertainty And Beyond

L’aurora boreale in Norvegia

L’aurora boreale in Norvegia