1. The Grand Palace is a true masterpiece of architecture and history, with every detail telling a story of its grandeur
The Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. The palace has been the official residence of the Kings of Siam since 1782. The king, his court, and his royal government were based on the grounds of the palace until 1925
2. Abandoned under the sea
The most famous abandoned ship is the Mary Celeste, which was found adrift in the Atlantic Ocean in 1872 with no crew and no sign of what happened to them
3. Diving in the stunning beauty of Hawaii's Na Pali Coast
Na Pali Coast is a beautiful stretch of coastline on the island of Kauai in Hawaii. It's known for its breathtaking scenery, including towering cliffs, lush valleys, and crystal-clear waters. Take a boat tour to see the coastline up close, go hiking in the nearby mountains
4. Nature's masterpiece: Liechtensteinklamm's awe-inspiring waterfall
Liechtensteinklamm is a spectacular gorge located in the Austrian state of Salzburg, near the town of St. Johann im Pongau. The gorge was formed over millions of years by the power of the river that flows through it, the Großarler Ache. Today, it is a popular tourist destination that offers visitors the opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the area
5. Brooklyn Bridge, and Manhattan Bridge have a magical appearance throughout the day
The Manhattan Bridge is a suspension bridge that crosses the East River in New York City, connecting Lower Manhattan at Canal Street with Downtown Brooklyn at the Flatbush Avenue Extension. The main span is 1,480 ft long, with the suspension cables being 3,224 ft long. The bridge's total length is 6,855 ft
The Brooklyn Bridge is a hybrid cable-stayed/suspension bridge in New York City, spanning the East River between the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Opened on May 24, 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge was the first fixed crossing of the East River
6. Exploring the Aareschlucht in Switzerland
The Aare Gorge, situated between Meiringen and Innertkirchen, is an impressive demonstration of the power of water. Over countless years, the river has meticulously carved a deep channel into the limestone, resulting in a gorge that reaches depths of around 200 meters and narrows down to just over a meter at its tightest point. This striking and slender gorge owes its existence to the presence of a limestone formation known as the “Kirchet,” which acted as a barrier, preventing the Aare River from flowing out of the Grimsel area
7. Embracing the tranquility and raw beauty of Hawaii's natural wonders
Parts of Hawaii are covered in lush rainforests, providing habitats for a diverse range of plant and animal species. Hiking trails in places like Hana Forest Reserve on Maui or the Na Pali Coast on Kauai offer opportunities to immerse yourself in these tropical wonders
8. Today we are guiding you guys to the must-visit places in Aareschlucht, Berm
Bern, the capital of Switzerland, is a city that has managed to preserve its historic charm unlike any other. Its old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and what sets it apart is its 6-kilometer-long arcades, locally known as ‘Lauben.’ It boasts one of Europe’s longest weather-protected shopping promenades, which is a treat for visitors to explore
9. A day in the beautiful Tbilisi
Georgian language, Georgian Kartuli ena, official language of the republic of Georgia, whose spoken form has many dialects, usually divided into East Georgian and West Georgian groups
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10. A modern city steeped in history!
Zaandam is a medium-sized city in North Holland. It is known for the Zaanse Schans, the Zaan river and the annual Dam tot Damloop, a runner’s event from Amsterdam to Zaandam
11. Sunrise reflections at Kilchurn Castle
Behind every Scottish castle lies a fascinating story that's waiting to be discovered
Castles were mainly used as the homes of clan leaders and used for defence purposes. This is why there are so many scattered around the country. They were valuable to hold on to power and protect the local communities
12. Dunrobin Castle, Scotland with the view from above
13. Immerse yourself in the mystique of Slains Castle on a foggy day, at Aberdeenshire, Scotland
where the ethereal atmosphere adds an extra layer of enchantment to this historical site. Though parts of the castle were dismantled in the early 20th century, its remnants still stand as a testament to its rich past. If you haven't visited this captivating castle yet, it's definitely a must-see
14. Duntrune Castle
Duntrune Castle is located on the north side of Loch Crinan and across from the village of Crinan in Argyll, Scotland. It is thought to be the oldest continuously occupied castle on mainland Scotland. The castle is a category B listed building.
On Friday evenings they have catch the chicken party’s in the castle courtyard and the winer receives a yard of ale.
15. Discover the amusing Neuschwanstein Castle
If you're traveling to Bavaria, visiting Neuschwanstein Castle has got to be on your Germany bucket list. Visitors flock to get a glimpse of this fairytale castle– and, with architecture that inspired Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty's Castle and a location nestled in the German Alps, it's not hard to see why
16. Pov: your airbnb is located 50 m from the Eiffel Tower paris
17. Experiencing the magic of Paris with a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower from your balcony or rooftop
Paris is famous for its beautiful architecture, and there's nothing quite like seeing the city from above. Whether you're staying in an apartment or a hotel, you can find some of the best views of the Eiffel Tower from your balcony or rooftop. You can take a romantic dinner on your balcony or rooftop or enjoy a glass of wine while watching the sunset.
18. New Zealand road tripsin a week!
The Land of the Long White Cloud is the most common translation of Aotearoa: the Māori name of New Zealand. The country is best known for its natural wonders and parks, from sweeping mountain vistas to rolling green hills and gushing waterfalls
19. Living in this beautiful Austrian home with a view of the lake is the ultimate dream
Austria is known for its stunning natural landscapes, from the soaring peaks of the Austrian Alps to the rolling hills of the countryside. Here are some of the most beautiful natural attractions in Austria:
1. The Austrian Alps
2. The Danube River
3. The Wachau Valley
4. Lake Wolfgang
5. Krimml Waterfalls
6. Grossglockner High Alpine Road
20. Dip into the ocean!
21. Peace begins, at Maldives
22. Are you coming with me to discover these dreamy places?
One notable shipwreck is the "Maldives Victory," a cargo ship that sank in 1981 and now serves as an artificial reef and popular diving spot. The ship is located in the North Male Atoll and has become home to a diverse array of marine life, including schools of fish, rays, and even a resident giant grouper. The Maldives government has taken steps to protect and preserve the wreck, making it an important part of the country's tourism industry
23. A Woman with Unbreakable Strength is fueled by heart
24. See you underwater
25. The land where the sun doesn’t rise, at Norway
Did you Know During the polar night, many Norwegians use artificial light to combat the darkness, with some cities and towns installing special light displays to brighten up the streets
26. Ticino Dreams
Rich tropical greens in the middle of the Swiss Alps. Ticino is such an unbelievable Region with stunning nature and incredible old villages to explore. Have you ever been to Ticino?
27. It's a beautiful day at Wägitalersee,Switzerland
Switzerland's green landscapes provide endless opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, paragliding, and picnicking. The country's commitment to eco-tourism ensures that visitors can enjoy the beauty of nature responsibly
28. Nature is so beautiful, at Alps Switzerland
29. Wander through its verdant landscapes and let the tranquility of greens envelop your soul, at Fälensee, Switzerland
30. It was such a wonderful day spent cycling around these endless greens. At Switzerland
Do you all want to cycling this weekend after watching this?