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Top 10 Cities Over the Globe

The world is home to some 4,416 cities – from the crumbling grandeur of Rome to the bristling, ultra-modern towers of Shanghai. It includes tiny Adamstown, a microscopic settlement in the Pitcairn Islands with a population of only 48; it includes Venice, a floating city laced by idyllic canals and breathtaking palazzos. And like the people who inhabit them, each has its own distinctive personality, allure, photo-worthy moments, and reasons to pay them a visit. Here, in our humble opinion, are the world’s most beautiful cities.

Queenstown, New Zealand –

New Zealand, Queenstown

New Zealand, Queenstown

Queenstown, nestled along the tranquil shores of Lake Wakatipu, is known as the adventure sports capital of the world—as all true adrenaline junkies know. Surrounded by the breathtakingly dramatic landscapes of New Zealand’s South Island, the city, itself a buzzing hub for wine, food and entertainment, is often described as one of the friendliest and most welcoming cities in the world. Fringed by its own Lake District and The Remarkables (a range of striking adjacent mountains), this may be the most spectacularly located city in the world.

Chefchaouen, Morocco –

Chefchaouen, Morocco

Chefchaouen, Morocco

Soaring high among the rarified peaks of the Atlas Mountains, Chefchaouen is a labyrinthine, historic city whose houses are famously painted in shades of striking blue. Various theories have emerged as to the origins of this tradition, from their religious symbolism to Jewish residents who settled in the city during the 1930s and 40s, to the color’s function as a cooling agent and a natural insect repellent. Regardless, it’s captivating. In contrast to the bustle and energy of Marrakech, this mountainous city offers an opportunity to enjoy a slower and more contemplative way of life— and a notable spot to enjoy some of the most incredible scenery in North Africa.

Kyoto, Japan –

Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto, Japan

A sense of the past permeates this legendary Japanese metropolis. One of the most well-preserved ancient cities in the country, a trip to Kyoto will introduce you to hundreds of years of Japanese history and landscape. From the natural splendor of its Arashiyama District (through which the tranquil Honzu River flows), thick with cherry blossom in March and April, to the 1,000 red torii gates of the recognizable Fushimi Inari Shrine, the beauty in Kyoto is mesmerizing. Travelers will undoubtedly find serenity and beauty at the tiered, red castle of Nijo and the city’s artfully sculpted dry landscape gardens, or karesansui.

Jaipur, India –

Jaipur, India

Jaipur, India

A trip to India wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the grandeur of Old City, a near cinematic journey through the colors of the vast City Palace complex, the pink-hued Palace of Winds, and the gigantically geometric sculptural instruments of Jantar Mantar. These were built by King Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734, and today are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Alongside the city’s rich and deep history, you should also stop by the Jewelry District, including its stunning  Gem Place (known to have been frequented by Princess Diana and Elizabeth Taylor both), and pick up a talisman of your own.

Edinburgh and Leith, United Kingdom –

Edinburgh and Leith, United Kingdom

Edinburgh and Leith, United Kingdom

For pure, unadulterated drama and craggy romance, Edinburgh and its seaside settlement, Leith, make a strong case for being the most beautiful city in the UK. Home to the world’s largest annual arts festival, the city houses a robust collection of gorgeous Victorian streets (such as the stately Royal Mile), charming pubs and markets, and high-flying architecture, not least iconic Edinburgh Castle. Leith, the city’s port, has become the area’s trendiest new neighborhood. Once a down-at-heel area made famous by the film Trainspotting, it has been transformed in recent years into an exciting hub of bars, Michelin-starred restaurants, galleries, and performance spaces.

Bruges, Belgium –

Bruges, Belgium

Bruges, Belgium

This former seaport in Western Flanders remains a waterborne city to this day, despite the shifting of the coast; a network of charming canals link this small polis of beautiful belfries, tottering houses, and bucolic squares to the vast waters of the North Sea. From the Groenerei (or ‘green canal’), with romantic 17th century manses, trees, and fronds lining its banks, to the gilded glamor of The Burg—the city’s Baroque central square, where the commercial and civic heart of the city still beats—this city paints a vivid tapestry. Magnificent architecture and exceptional people watching is best enjoyed from Bruges’ myriad street-side cafes, a not inappropriate place to partake in Belgium’s obsession with trappist, or monk-brewed, beer.

Cape Town, South Africa –

Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town, South Africa

For those who live in London and New York, it is easy to become accustomed to the idea of a ‘city’ as a place of sprawling development, where nature can seem very far away. Cape Town tells a different story: shadowed by the magnificent beauty of Table Mountain and its penguin-thronged beaches, the great outdoors are a vital part of daily life in this buzzing, energetic city. From the green lungs of the Kirstenbosch botanical gardens to the electrifying nightlife along the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town is one of the most dramatic and exciting urban locations in the world. And in 2014, it was tapped as a World Design Capital, demonstrating its conscientious blend of natural beauty and human creativity.

Charleston, South Carolina –

Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston, South Carolina

Poised on the Atlantic coast of South Carolina, Charleston possesses a near magnetic allure for its residents and the myriad visitors who make their way to this dazzling, colonial city each year. Despite the boulevards of The Battery (a street lined with grandly charming houses) and the Bermudian limestone and cobbles of Chalmers Street, this city—founded way back in 1670—is no ossified relic. Rather, it is home to a glamorous and burgeoning creative set who have fueled its proliferation of buzzy bars, award-winning, nouveau southern cuisine, world-class distilleries, and stylish hotels.

St. Petersburg, Russia –

St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg, Russia

Before there was St. Petersburg—Russia’s own “Paris of the East”—there was an area of uninhabited swampland. From these humble foundations, Peter the Great, tsar until 1728, raised a Russian city to rival the Baroque and Renaissance fortresses of Europe’s West, drawing heavily on the regality of Paris. It is remarkable for its many discreet islands, for the pulsing artery of Nevsky Prospekt, and for the gilded, imperial towers of the Hermitage, a museum containing so many works of art you could spend a life walking its halls and still never glimpse all of them.

Florence, Italy –

Florence, Italy

Florence, Italy

While Rome may get the credit for being Italy’s most historic city, Florence holds the flame for sheer, unadulterated Italian beauty. A walk down any cobblestone street will reveal astonishing piazzas and cathedrals—and the skyline dominating the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is a cannot-miss. Also a must-see? The museums and galleries packed to the rafters with some of the world’s most exquisite, and enduring, art; not least Michelangelo’s iconic David, poised beneath a specially designed portal to the heavens themselves.

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10 Amazing Facts About Indonesia

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10 Amazing Facts About Indonesia

 

Indonesia is situated in Southeast Asia lying between the Pacific and Indian seas. The archipelago is split between 34 territories with Jakarta being the capital city. It is a sovereign state and has a chosen lawmaking body. Indonesia has one of the one of a kind societies on the planet. With various nations affecting during its pioneer period, Indonesia has quite possibly of the most different culture on the planet. It has an immense assortment of normal assets like tin, gold and oil. This tremendous archipelago has the absolute most charming realities coming up for you.

So here are 10 Amazing Facts About Indonesia!

Most extreme Number Of Volcanoes

Most extreme Number Of Volcanoes-Most extreme Number Of Volcanoes

Most extreme Number Of VolcanoesMost extreme Number Of Volcanoes

Arranged on top of where two mammoth structural plates meet, Indonesia is a hotbed of seismic and structural action, leading to one of Indonesia’s most characterizing land include; volcanoes. Indonesia is home to around 400 seething volcanoes, of which 127 are dynamic at the present time.

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Sandwiched by Poland, Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia – Belarus possesses a genuinely neglected corner of Eastern Europe.

In any case, with delightful primitive backwoods to be found, tasty potato hotcakes to be eaten and colossal buffalo to be detected, it’s time it got a ping on your movement radar.

So here are 10 + Surprising Facts About Belarus!

 Around 40% of Belarus is covered by timberland.

 

Surprising Facts About Belarus- Around 40% of Belarus is covered by timberland.

Surprising Facts About Belarus-Around 40% of Belarus is covered by timberland.

In some cases alluded to as the ‘Lungs of Europe’, Belarus is home to one of the last and biggest leftover pieces of the gigantic primitive woods that once covered the European Plain – the Białowieża Forest. You’ll likewise track down a few shocking public parks to investigate here, great for devoted walkers and fanatics of the natural air. Gracious, and the green stripe on the Belarusian banner really addresses its backwoods.

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