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

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Kangaroo Island, Australia

As its name suggests, you can find many kangaroos in this island. The island also features amazing rock formations, pristine beaches, grasslands, and rolling forests. The island is home to many plants and animal species.

Meteora, Greece

A complex of monasteries made up Meteora. What makes Meteora unique is that the complex was built atop sandstone pillars. The Meteora was built starting in the eleventh century until the sixteenth century.

Mount Roraima, Venezuela

Mount Roraima is so high that it is perpetually surrounded with swirling clouds. The tabletop mountain, the highest in Venezuela, features pyramid-like steps and cascading waterfalls.

Ordesa Canyon, Spain

Ordesa Canyon is a part of the Ordesa Y Monte Perdido National Park. It lies deep within the Pyrenees. It is the home of many rare and majestic creatures like the Golden Eagle.

The Amber Room, Catherine Palace, Russia

This room is within the Catherine Palace, the home of the Russian imperial family. The room’s walls are made of intricate mosaics of Baltic amber. Today, the room is a rebuilt form because its original amber panels were stolen by the Nazis in WWII.

Maelifell, Iceland

This volcano in Iceland was formed in unusual place. Maelifell is covered with bright green moss. It also features glacial rivers and streams that crawl around the volcano.

Palau Archipelago, Micronesia

Palau Archipelago boasts some of the clearest water and the most pristine reefs in the world. The archipelago is grouped in a compact way, making it easy to travel from one island to another. The place is one of the most sought-after diving spots in the world.

Red Seabeach, Panjin, China

This is the largest Suada grass marshland in the world.

Viñales Valley, Cuba

Vinales Valley is surrounded by limestone monuments. The place looks like a place in Southeast Asia rather than in Cuba.

Lake Ohrid, Albania and Macedonia

Lake Ohrid’s waters are so clear that you can see dozens of feet below the surface just by looking down on it. The lake is so wide that it straddles the borders of Albania and Macedonia in the Balkans. Aside from that, the lake is also considered to be the oldest lake in Europe.

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