These 40 Wonders of the World are a Must See For Every Travel Enthusiast …How Many Have You Seen?

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Cuicul (Djémila), Algeria

These are the remains of an ancient Roman town in Algeria. The unique Roman town lies in a mountainous locale. Several of its temples and public and private buildings are still standing, as well as the impressive amphitheater.

Cathedral Gorge, Australia

This gorge is located within the Bungle Bungles sandstone formations. The gorge is a natural amphitheater that can carry voices from one side to the other easily.

Milford Sound, New Zealand

The fjord was formed around 20,000 years ago by the glaciers of the surrounding mountains. The sculpted peaks and valleys that surround the waterways, and waterfalls make this fjord one of the most beautiful in the world.

Semuc Champey, Guatemala

The natural limestone cascade of Guatemala falls down the mountainside to create a series of falls and pools. The clear turquoise of this natural wonder only adds to the beauty of the place.

Dobsina Ice Cave, Slovakia

You can find this stunning ice cave in Slovakia. The cave has a central chamber 40 ft in height. Its floor is made of over 80 feet of ice slab. That’s not all, the cave’s stalagmites and stalactites look like crystal spires because they are enclosed in ice.

Mount Bromo, Indonesia

In the middle of the Sea of Sand in Indonesia, a beautiful active volcano lies. Mount Bromo stands over 7,000 feet tall.

The Archeological Site of Meroë, Sudan

This ancient city ruins were once the center and the capital of the Kush Kingdom. The ancient city of Meroe in Sudan lies in ruins today, but its tombs and mausoleums still remain, providing us with stunning artifacts from the past.

Pamukkale, Turkey

At first look, Pamukkale looks like it is made of snow and ice. In reality, the white stones are formed through layers of calcium carbonate left behind by water from the hot springs in the area. As the springs continue to spew water, the cliffs and terraces are also actively forming and reforming, making this place magical.

Tower of Hercules, Spain

The lighthouse stands at 187 feet, making it the second-highest in Spain. The Tower of Hercules was built by the ancient Romans sometime in the second century.

Lauca World Biosphere Reserve

The reserve features an alien-looking landscape that you can only find in this place. The reserve features plateau that are all nearly 10,000 feet above sea level. Archaeological sites are also found in the reserve as well as being a home to a wide range of animal and plant species.

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