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MachuNo:1
Machu Picchu
Machu Pichu is the name given to an ancient Inca Andean town of stone built mid-fifteenth century on the eastern slope of the central Andes. The city is considered a masterpiece of architecture and engineering, and, with its beautiful landscape became one of the main tourist attractions globally. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1983 and became part of the Seven Wonders of the World in 2007.

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Total Points:354
AcropolisNo:2
Acropolis and Parthenon (Greece)
Acropolis and Parthenon (Greece) The Parthenon is one of the main buildings are preserved Doric built in V century BC on the Acropolis of Athens. The World civilization started here.

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Total Points:117
VeniceNo:3
Venice (Italy)
Venice (Italy) Known as the city of canals (for the large number of them in it), is located northeast of Italy. It consists of 120 islands linked by 455 bridges and divided by 177 channels. Today, the city faces a serious threat from floods, climate change and a rise in sea level would submerge the city.

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Total Points:85
TheNo:4
The Dead Sea (Israel)
The Dead Sea is actually a salt lake in the world's largest. Its waters are so salty (33.7% salinity) that bathers can not sink even if they want. The lake has a depth of 337 meters, but in the last 40 years has lost a third of its volume. The cause is that your only water source is the Jordan River and the waters are overexploited by Jordan and Israel. If both countries continue at this rate, the river and the lake will disappear in about fifty years.

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Total Points:83
PyramidsNo:5
Pyramids of Giza (Egypt)
The Giza Necropolis is an ancient near the capital Cairo. Construction began during the second Egyptian dynasty and the pyramids of Cheops, Chephren and Mycerinus are the most tourist attraction was built during the fourth dynasty. In 1979 they were declared World Heritage Site and in 2007 joined the select list of the seven matavillas the modern world.

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Total Points:72
TheNo:6
The Maldives
Experts estimate that this beautiful archipelago of 1,200 islands southwest of India has less than 100 years. The cause? It is swallowing the sea. 80% of the islands are just 3.3 meters above water level. Damage to coral generating terrain and the general rise in sea level could make the country uninhabitable in the medium term. The threat is so serious that the country's president announced a plan in 2008 to buy land on the mainland in case you need to host refugees.

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Total Points:68
Aphrodite'sNo:7
Aphrodite's Rock
Petra tou Romiou , also known as Aphrodite's Rock is a sea stack in Paphos, Cyprus. The combination of the beauty of the area and its status in mythology as the birthplace of Aphrodite makes it a popular tourist location. According to one legend, this rock is the site of the birth of the goddess Aphrodite, perhaps owing to the foaming waters around the rock fragments, and for this reason it is known as Aphrodite's Rock. This is a place you must to go with your other half. The sea in this region is generally rough, A restaurant, a tourist pavilion and the Aphrodite Hills resort are nearby.

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Total Points:66
GrandNo:8
Grand Canyon (USA)
The Grand Canyon is a colorful, steep gorge carved by the Colorado River in northern Arizona. The Canyon is considered one of the natural wonders of the world and is located mostly within the National Park of Gran Cañón.Tiene approximately 446 km in length, with ranges from 6 to 29 km wide and reaches depths of over 1,600 m.

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Total Points:65
TreviNo:9
Trevi Fountain
Trevi Fountain was built in 18th century on request of Pope Clement XII and became the most beautiful and famous of all Rome fountains. Central part of the fountain's sculpture consists of the god of sea Neptune riding his chariot with the shape of a shell. The two horses that pull Neptune's chariot are guided by tritons and symbolize different moods of the sea (one of them is obedient while the other is resistive). And it is said that whoever throws a coin into the fountain he will return to Rome.

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Total Points:65
TheNo:10
The Sydney Opera House (Australia)
It is one of the most famous and distinctive buildings of the twentieth century. It was designed by a Danish architect in 1957 and opened on October 20, 1973. The building plays, ballet, opera and musicals are performed. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007.

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Total Points:53
TheNo:11
The Kremlin and Red Square in Moscow (Russia)
The Moscow Kremlin is a set of fortifications and civil and religious buildings in the heart of Moscow on the Moskva River in the Red Square in the capital. It includes four palaces and four cathedrals delimited by a wall and Kremlin towers.

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Total Points:52
TajNo:12
Taj Mahal
We close the list elsewhere whose visit can not recommend in good conscience. The spectacular monument, built between 1631 and 1654 by Emperor Shah Jahan in honor of his late wife, is among the most beautiful in the world. Unfortunately, this heritage each year receives the visit of almost four million tourists, and conservatives are increasingly concerned by the state of its spectacular limestone facades. If degradation continues at the current pace, the Indian government proposes to restrict visitation or permanently close to the public, which can only be seen from afar. The monument will not be the first to suffer this fate. The caves of Altamira in Cantabria (Spain), were finally closed to the public to protect the unique rock paintings adorn. The Cantabrian government created an exact replica that it is visited.

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Total Points:52
MadagascarNo:13
Madagascar
Before man put his big hands on Madagascar, the world's fourth largest island had more than 300,000 square kilometers of jungle. Today has just over 50,000. If deforestation continues at this rate, in 35 years there will be nothing, and species of the island (80% are unique) will disappear.

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Total Points:48
LasNo:14
Las Vegas (USA)
Las Vegas is the largest city in the state of Nevada, USA. Commonly known as the "Entertainment Capital of the World" and is one of the main tourist area for its shopping, casinos and vacation areas. You also get the reputation of "Sin City" due to the popularity of the game and legal gambling, availability of alcoholic beverages throughout the day and legalized prostitution. The night view of the city contrasts with the vast desert plains that surround it.

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Total Points:46
EiffelNo:15
Eiffel Tower
It is a wrought iron structure designed by French engineer Gustave Eiffel in the center of the Champ de Mars beside the Seine River in Paris. With nearly 7 million visitors in 2007 became the most visited in the world and with its 325 meters high monument was the tallest building in the world for 40 years until 1930, when it was built in the Chrysler Building in New York. It is arguably the greatest symbol of France.

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Total Points:44
MoaiNo:16
Moai Statues of Easter Island (Chile)
The Moai are monolithic stone statues found only on Easter Island, the Pacific. They are found throughout the island and its meaning still remains a mystery but many historians say they were carved by the Polynesian inhabitants between the twelfth and seventeenth centuries. as representations of deceased ancestors so that project their "supernatural power" over their descendants. They are the main attraction of the place.

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Total Points:41
PetraNo:17
Petra (Jordan)
Petra is an important archaeological site in Jordan and the capital of the ancient Nabatean kingdom. Trara is a city carved into the earth and hence its name. It is located in a narrow valley extending from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. It is located within the World Heritage Site and the seven wonders of the modern world.

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Total Points:39
LouvreNo:18
Louvre Museum (France)
Louvre Museum (France) The Louvre is the national museum in France dedicated to the art prior to Impressionism, both fine arts and archeology and decorative arts. It is considered the most important in the world, the richness of its collections and the influence it has exerted in the other museums on the planet. It is the most visited art museum in the world and the most remembered by several of his masterpieces, like the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.

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Total Points:37
PalaceNo:19
Palace of Versailles (France)
The Palace of Versailles is a palatial building that served as a royal residence in past centuries. Located in the town of Versailles (very close to Paris), was built by King Louis XIV. The whole palace and park of Versailles, including the Grand Trianon and the Petit Trianon, was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1979.

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Total Points:37
PetronasNo:20
Petronas Towers (Malaysia)
The Petronas Towers, located in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, were the world's tallest buildings from 1998 to 2003. He is currently the fifth tallest building in the world (the tallest is the Burj Khalifa) and are the tallest twin towers in the world. These towers have a height of 452 meters. The towers with 88 floors of reinforced concrete and a facade made ??of steel and glass, have become the symbol of Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia.

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Total Points:33
TheNo:21
The Colosseum (Italy)
The Colosseum in Rome is a great amphitheater of the period of the Roman Empire, built in the first century in the center of Rome. For its architectural features, condition and history, the Colosseum is one of the most famous monuments of classical antiquity. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1980 by UNESCO.

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Total Points:32
BoraNo:22
Bora Bora (French Polynesia)
Bora Bora is an atoll located in the Society Islands in French Polynesia. In its 30 square kilometers, accommodates an extinct volcano surrounded by a lagoon separated from the sea by a reef. The island is surrounded by Motus, small elongated islands typically with some width and vegetation.

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Total Points:28
RioNo:23
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
It located in the southeast of Brazil, was the capital of the nation from 1822 to the inauguration of Brasilia in 1960. It is the second largest city of Brazil, holds the largest international tourist traffic of the country and is the second tourist destination in Latin America and the first in the southern hemisphere. It is one of the major economic centers of the country's cultural and financial resources, and is internationally known for its landscapes and cultural icons such as Sugar Loaf, Christ the Redeemer and Copacabana Beach as well as the Carnival.

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Total Points:28
TheNo:24
The monasteries of Meteora (Greece)
Located in the north of the country, buildings are perched on top of awesome gray masses of rock carved by erosion and called Meteora. They are at an altitude of 600 meters and are inhabited since the fourteenth century. They were declared a World Heritage Site in 1988

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Total Points:27
TajNo:25
Taj Mahal (India)
The Taj Mahal is a complex of buildings built during the seventeenth century in the city of Agra on the banks of river Yamuna by a Muslim emperor of the dynasty mongol.Mezcla perfectly the Islamic, Indian, Persian and Turkish architectural styles. It is an important tourist destination in the country that in 1983 was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and was included among the seven wonders of the modern world.

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Total Points:21
ParliamentNo:26
Parliament and Bigben London (England)
Big Ben is the name known to the Great Bell of Westminster, the largest of the bells found in the Clock Tower in the British Parliament in London. It was built in 1858 and its name is thought to be due to its constructor Ben Caunt. It is certainly the most representative building of the United Kingdom.

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Total Points:20
PragueNo:27
Prague (Czech Republic)
Situated on the Vltava River, is the largest city and capital. Its beauty and historical heritage make it one of the twenty most visited cities in the world. Prague has developed since the ninth century, becoming one of the most important capitals of Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. But in the twentieth century suffered two world wars and especially the Nazi dictatorship. Its historic center is a World Heritage Site since 1992

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Total Points:20
GiantNo:28
Giant Sequoias (USA)
Sequoia is a genus of plants belonging to the family of Cupressaceae. It is the highest cconífera there, reaching reach 115 meters high and 8 base diameter. The largest concentration of these species is found in the Redwood National Park located a few miles from San Francisco and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1980.

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Total Points:20
MosaicNo:29
Mosaic National Park (Paphos-Cyprus)
Paphos was a centre of historic value. The mosaics of Paphos are among the most beautiful in the world. The mosaic decorations and the mythological compositions are the main characteristics of this restored Roman villa, dating back to the second century A.D. Many 3D Mosaic images and symbols dispay at the Paphos Mosaic Park.

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Total Points:20
HotelNo:30
Hotel Burj Al Arab (UAE)
It is a luxury hotel with a height of 321 meters located in the sea on an artificial island in the Persian Gulf. Opened in 1999, it is listed with seven stars, a category that goes beyond normal classification of hotels due to its truly outstanding features that differentiate it from the rest. At the top is a helipad that transforms into tennis when there is no air traffic.

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Total Points:19
AntarcticaNo:31
Antarctica
Antarctica, also called the Antarctic or Antarctic Continent, is the continent on which is the South Pole. It is the highest continent on Earth, with an average altitude of 2,000 meters. Has about 80% of the fresh water on the planet. It is also the continent with the lowest average humidity of the earth and the lowest average temperature. Mount Erebus is an active volcano in Antarctica situated on the eastern coast of Ross Island.

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Total Points:18
SigiriyaNo:32
Sigiriya (Sri Lanka)
Archaeological site containing the ruins of an ancient palace complex built during the reign of Kasyapa. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations. It was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1982.

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Total Points:15
PeritoNo:33
Perito Moreno (Argentina)
The Perito Moreno Glacier is a huge located in Patagonia Argentina. It extends over the South Arm of Lake Argentino, with a front of three miles in length and about two hundred feet high. It is one of the most impressive glaciers in the world, and has been considered the eighth wonder of the spectacular views it offers. Located in an area surrounded by forests and mountains, is within the Los Glaciares National Park.

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Total Points:14
ParkNo:34
Park and Plitvice waterfalls (Croatia)
National Park Plitvice Lakes is the best known of the Croatian national parks and is located in the region of Lika, a place where lakes, waterfalls and springs spectacularly beautiful alternate. The park is about 30,000 hectares, 22,000 of them covered with forests and vegetation consists mainly of beech surface. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979.

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Total Points:14
BaalbekNo:35
Baalbek (Lebanon)
Location of Lebanon was once a Phoenician shrine dedicated to the God Baal, was later Greek city, and renamed Heliopolis under the rule of Roman emperor Augustus, so has many vestiges of different civilizations. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in the Near East, a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1984.

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Total Points:14
PagodasNo:36
Pagodas (Myanmar)
A pagoda is the building of several common levels in several Asian countries, including China, Vietnam, Japan, Thailand and Korea. Most pagodas were built for religious purposes, primarily as part of Buddhism, and therefore are located near or within Buddhist temples. Because of its height, pagodas attract lightning, which reinforced that were perceived as spiritually charged places. It also has a symbolic meaning in Buddhism and are sometimes decorated with designs of lotus flower.

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Total Points:14
IguazuNo:37
Iguazu Falls (Brazil / Argentina)
Located in the National Park Iguazu, cataracts are made ??of 275 jumps up to 80 meters high in the flow of the Iguazu River, marking the border between Brazil and Argentina and also close to Paraguay. Jumping higher altitude is called "Garganta del Diablo".

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Total Points:11
SistineNo:38
Sistine Chapel (Vatican City)
The Sistine Chapel is the most famous chapel in the Apostolic Palace of the Vatican City, the official residence of the Pope. It is famous for its architecture, evocative of Solomon's Temple of the Old Testament, and its decoration in fresco work of the greatest Renaissance artists including Michelangelo, Raphael and Botticelli. It was built between 1477 and 1480, by order of Pope Sixtus IV, for whom it is named, to restore the old Chapel Magna.Hoy is the seat of the conclave, the meeting at which the cardinals elect a new pope.

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Total Points:11
HillerNo:39
Hiller lake(pink lake), Western Australia
Scientists have proven the strange pink color of Hiller lake(pink lake), Western Australia is due to the presence of algae which is usually the cause of strange coloration. (Photo by Jean Paul Ferrero/Ardea/Caters News)

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Total Points:11
StonehengeNo:40
Stonehenge (UK)
Stonehenge is probably the best known monolitic monument located in Wiltshire county in England. Stonehenge is composed of a circle of large standing stones surrounded by smaller bluestones. The purpose of this monument is unknown yet

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Total Points:11
SagradaNo:41
Sagrada Familia (Spain)
La Sagrada Familia is a large Roman Catholic basilica in Barcelona, ??designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. Construction began in the Gothic style, but, assuming the Gaudí project in 1883, was completely redesigned. The Temple was consecrated and declared a minor basilica November 7, 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI and a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2007.

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Total Points:10
VecchioNo:42
Vecchio bridge in Florence (Italy)
It is a medieval bridge over the Arno River in Florence. It is believed it was built by the Romans but a flood destroyed in the fourteenth century and was raised again but this time entirely of stone. The bridge stands on three arches, the principal has a span of 30 meters and the other two of 27 meters and has always contained various shops and great commercial activity on it.

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Total Points:9
PyramidsNo:43
Pyramids of Teotihuacan
Pyramids of Teotihuacan (Mexico) Teotihuacan is an ancient Mexican city of pre-Hispanic times belonging to the Mesoamerican region. Archaeological monuments were declared World Heritage Site.

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Total Points:8
MuseumNo:44
Museum of Islamic Art
Museum of Islamic Art in Doha is quite new (opened to public in December 2008) but it immediately became the largest museum in Qatar. It houses one of the most complete collections of Islamic artifacts in the world. Exhibited items come from Spain to India and visitors can admire collections of ceramics, jewelry, glass, items made of ivory and much more. The museum's building was designed by famous architect I.M.Pei and he insisted on building it on a tiny island in Doha harbour.

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Total Points:8
TheNo:45
The Great Wall of China (China)
It is an ancient Chinese fortification built and rebuilt between the V century BC and AD XVI to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from attacks by the Xiongnu nomads of Mongolia and Manchuria. With almost 9000 kilometers long, running from the border with Korea to the Gobi Desert. Is reputed to be the largest cemetery in the world with nearly 10 million workers died during its construction. It is a World Heritage Site since 1987 and one of the seven wonders of the modern world since 2007.

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Total Points:6
AngelNo:46
Angel Falls (Venezuela)
It is the largest waterfall and stunning the world with a height of almost 1000 meters. It is located in the Canaima National Park. Its name comes from the American pilot Jimmy Angel who discovered it in 1937. Is a World Heritage Site since 1994 and was nominated to enter the select group of the seven wonders of the modern world.

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Total Points:6
StatueNo:47
Statue of Liberty (USA)
It is one of the most significant landmarks of the city of New York and is located on Liberty Island at the mouth of the Hudson River. It has also become a national symbol that represents freedom and emancipation from oppression. He was a finalist in the election of the seven wonders of the modern world.

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Total Points:6
RegistanNo:48
Registan Square (Uzbekistan)
It was the heart of ancient Sumarcanda, and its name means "Sandy place" in Persian. It was a place of public executions where people gathered to hear royal proclamations. Dating from the sixteenth century and is undoubtedly the biggest attraction of the country.

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Total Points:6
SquareNo:49
Square Naghsh-i Jahan (Iran)
Square Naghsh-i Jahan (Iran) Located in the city of Isfahan, is the largest resort in the country. From safábida dynasty, is surrounded by historical monuments of the time. The UNESCO declared World Heritage Site in 1979.

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Total Points:5
PotalaNo:50
Potala Palace
Potala Palace (Dalai Lama) in Tibet (China) It is the ultimate expression of Tibetan architecture and residence of the Dalai Lama since its founding in the seventeenth century. The monument is situated on a mountain about 3700 meters high and covers an area of ??over 400 thousand square meters. It was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1994.

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Total Points:4
JiuzhaigouNo:51
Jiuzhaigou river waters and colorful
Jiuzhaigou river waters and colorful (China) This River located in China famous for its colorful and vivid waters and beautiful green landscape that surrounds them.

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Total Points:3
LeaningNo:52
Leaning Tower of Pisa
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a belltower of the cathedral in the italian city of Pisa. The tower is located behind the cathedral and there are 7 bells tuned to a musical scale inside. The tower is about 56 meters (185 ft) tall and visitors have to climb 294 steps to reach its highest (7th) floor. What makes this tower so special is the fact that since its construction it has leaned at an angle of 5.5 degrees. After restoration in the last decade of 20th century this angle decreased and nowadays the tower leans at an angle of 4 degrees. After this restoration the tower lost the title of the most leaning tower in the world, but it is still the most famous of all leaning towers

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Total Points:2
MayanNo:53
Mayan city of Chichen Itza Mexico
Mayan city of Chichen Itza (Mexico) Located in the Yucatan Peninsula, is an important and renowned relic of the Mayan civilization this period. It was a ceremonial center and city inhabited by various peoples throughout history have left their mark on her. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 and joined the select list of the seven wonders of the modern world in 2007.

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TheNo:54
The Alps (Europe)
The mountain range of the Alps is the backbone of Central Europe. However, maybe forty years since their peaks are not equal. The mountains that form the mountain is crowned by a dense mass of ice, snow and numerous glaciers. This ice is melting. In the last thirty years has lost 20% of its mass. If things are still very well no longer be suitable for skiing.

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GalapagosNo:55
Galapagos
This is a place to go because we discourage the threat is precisely the excessive tourism. The Galapagos Islands are home to 9,000 species. More than three quarters of the reptiles that inhabit this archipelago are unique in the world. Unfortunately, tourism is endangering paradise that inspired Darwin to his theory of evolution. Cruises and visits involve stress to the ecosystem that is aggravated smuggling of species and the arrival of non-native animals that accompany humans wherever he goes, like rats.

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ErawanNo:56
Erawan Thailand (Asia)
Amazing seven-tiered water­fall, water pools, monkeys... Erawan water fall is a part of Erawan National Park.it was located in Kanchanaburi province; western of Thailand. if you stay in Bangkok (capital of Thailand), you can visit this place by bus or train

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Travel Guide

Here are the Top 100 best places to visit at this planet based on the votes given by our visitors

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Zagorochoria Zagorochoria are among the most popular mountain destinations in GreeceZagorochoria
Munich  The memorable and majestic Munich is a must for all visitors in GermanyMunich
Australia
Australia is a new nation, representing tha nation of hope and success


Brazil
Brazil is the new economic leader in South America


China
China is on the east side of the Asian continent. It is the third largest country in the world with the most population


Cyprus
Cyprus, the island of Aphrodite, a country with history, tradition and beaches, a destination for all travelers.


Germany
Germany, eins zwei drei Gehen Deutschland


Greece
Greece is geographically located in the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula, Greece combines the high mountains of the mainland with more than 1400 islands, the largest of which is Crete.


Holland
The Netherlands are also called Holland


Iceland
Iceland is a highly populated island of the North Atlantic, Iceland is known for its geysers and active volcanoes.


Israel
Information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more about Israel


Spain
Spain is the place to find impressive building and momument


Sweden
On the northern part of Europe you find Sweden, one country with culture from the future


Switzerland
guide to Switzerland, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more


UK
Travel destinations to UK


USA
USA