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Top Ten Beautiful Places in the World 2015

Nile Valley, Egypt
Nile Valley, Egypt

The language of Egypt is a changed form of Arabic called Egyptian Arabic due to a great influence of Arabic culture and Arabic people on it. It is located around the Nile valley (Darya-a-Neel) which has been considered to be one of the world’s most ancient rivers.

Samburu District, Kenya
Samburu District, Kenya

Samburu/Maasai Mara village visit? Jun 27, 2015, 9:38 PM I will be going to Kenya in a couple of weeks and my itinerary includes a few days in Samburu and Maasai Mara.

Skeleton Coast, Namibia
Skeleton Coast, Namibia

The Skeleton Coast is unusually beautiful and getting there is the adventure of a lifetime. Namibia is one of the least populated countries in the world and is home to the world’s oldest desert. Its landscapes are breathtaking.

Davit Gareja Caves, Georgia
Davit Gareja Caves, Georgia

Georgia’s Davit Gareja Caves have been included in 17 of the World's Most Wild and Beautiful Places by National Geographic. Georgia’s unique site is ranked number 13 in the list. The photo above depicts Davit Gareja Caves in Georgia.

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Gangtey Valley, Bhutan
Gangtey Valley, Bhutan

Places of interest in and around Gangtey & Phobjikha Valley Gangtey Goempa Perched on a small hill that rises from the valley floor, the Gangtey Monastery is the only Nyingmapa monastery on the western side of the Black Mountain’sGangtey valley, Bhutan and also the biggest Nyingmapa monastery in Bhutan.

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Bohol Island Chocolate Hills, Philippines
Bohol Island Chocolate Hills, Philippines

The island of Bohol is a wealthy province of the Philippines. It’s a province that lies in the heart of the Philippines and is typical of the sub-tropical climate of South East Asia and is very popular with tourists.

Waitomo Caves, New Zealand
Waitomo Caves, New Zealand

Home > Lakes & Caves > The Glowing Glowworm Caves – Waitomo (New Zealand) The Glowing Glowworm Caves – Waitomo (New Zealand) ... images of beautiful places;

Weddell Sea, Antarctica
Weddell Sea, Antarctica

The sea is named after the Scottish sailor James Weddell, who entered the sea in 1823 and originally named it after King George IV; it was renamed in Weddell's honour in 1900. Also in 1823, the American sealing captain Benjamin Morrell claimed to have seen land some 10–12° east of the sea's actual eastern boundary.

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