To See The Beauties And Wonders From Around The World And To Read A Brief Description Of Them, We Recommend You Do Not Miss This Part Of The Shutter.
Life is full of adventure; you only need a little courage and curiosity to unlock a door leading to surprises, surprises, and experiences you can share with others in the coming decades. The World Beauties and Wonders Facebook page, created by Anatoly Leo based in Turkey, is a viral project highlighting some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes.
Today we have selected some of the best photos of this project to share with you. We hope you enjoy watching these pictures.
Sakia Monastery. Discovered The library behind Tibet’s vast wall (60 meters long and 10 meters high). The library contains 84,000 hidden manuscripts with more than 1,000 years of history.
The Japanese have been producing wood for 700 years without cutting down trees.
Singapore Amazing Changi Airport
The Giant Pratolino is a gigantic statue of Giambolonia, a masterpiece of sixteenth-century sculpture located a few kilometers from Florence.
It’s A medieval house built in 1509 in the French village of Argentina.
Statue of King Arthur in a castle in Cornwall
Pyramids of Giza
Inside Mysore Palace, India
Founded in 1808, the Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden in Brazil is one of the most important botanical parks in the world.
The world’s oldest new carpet ever woven was woven 2,500 years ago and found frozen in Kurgan in the Altai Mountains in Central Asia.
Mirror Hall, Versailles, France
Its Architectural details of Marcus Aurelius column. Military scenes were engraved in the second century in Rome, Italy.
Basilicata: Petergala is a beautiful city in Plymouth. Plantation of underground caves dug into the rock is still used today to protect the drink.
Cemetery in Taiwan
Royal Library of Portugal is located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Hisashimichi Interchange Road in Japan is a highway intersection built with minimal environmental damage. This exchange road is an impressive engineering masterpiece located in Hachioji, near Tokyo.
In the forested mountains of Flores Island in Indonesia at an altitude of 4,200 feet. The Mangara people have occupied the village of Yai Rabo for almost 2,000 years. It is one of the last ancient and isolated villages in the world.
We built A 200-year-old wooden bridge in Dagestan without the use of nails.
In the southwestern part of the Korean Peninsula, in the Jeollanam-Do region, there is this ancient village whose inhabitants have preserved the way of life of the past.
The stone house in northern Portugal in 1972 from four large boulders that serve as the house’s foundation, walls, and roof.
We hope you enjoy this part of the shutter. What do you think about these wonders and beauties? Which one caught your eye the most?