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My dream <3

  1. 1.  Each one of us has different dreams who wants to be come true. Someone wants to be famous, to be a singer or a great actress. Another one wishes to become a painter, an architect, a doctor, stay home or do weird and different stuff . I like traveling. If i could, i would never stay home. I like seeing new landmarks, new cultures, get information about different places all the world, but also with me being in there. If I would have the possibility, I wouldn’t turn it down. This is my list of the landmarks I want to visit :
  2. 2. The inca city of Machu Picchu
  3. 3.  The ruins of Machu Picchu, rediscovered in 1911 by Yale archaeologist Hiram Bingham, are one of the most beautiful and enigmatic ancient sites in the world. While the Inca people certainly used the Andean mountain top , erecting many hundreds of stone structures from the early 1400s, legends and myths indicate that Machu Picchu (meaning Old Peak in the Quechua language) was revered as a sacred place from a far earlier time. Whatever its origins, the Inca turned the site into a small but extraordinary city. Invisible from below and completely self-contained, surrounded by agricultural terraces sufficient to feed the population, and watered by natural springs, Machu Picchu seems to have been utilized by the Inca as a secret ceremonial city. Two thousand feet above the rumbling Urubamba river, the cloud shrouded ruins have palaces, baths, temples, storage rooms and some 150 houses, all in a remarkable state of preservation. These structures, carved from the gray granite of the mountain top are wonders of both architectural and aesthetic genius. Many of the building blocks weigh 50 tons or more yet are so precisely sculpted and fitted together with such exactitude that the mortarless joints will not permit the insertion of even a thin knife blade. Little is known of the social or religious use of the site during Inca times. The skeletal remains of ten females to one male had led to the casual assumption that the site may have been a sanctuary for the training of priestesses and /or brides for the Inca nobility. However, subsequent osteological examination of the bones revealed an equal number of male bones, thereby indicating that Machu Picchu was not exclusively a temple or dwelling place of women.
  4. 4. The Iguazu waterfalls
  5. 5.  Heralded as the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, the Iguazu Waterfalls are a true wonder of nature. They are located at the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. While the Argentinean side allows visitors to walk right around the water or explore theNational Park; the Brazilian side is known for its panoramic views and splendor. Today, the region is the border among three countries: Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, and can be reached by plane or through the Asunción-Paranaguá highway. The Iguazu Falls constitute one of the biggest and most beautiful falls of water in the world, considered by some as the eighth wonder of the world. The volume of water at the Iguazu Falls is nine times superior to that of theNiagara Falls.
  6. 6. The Taj Mahal
  7. 7.  Taj Mahal is regarded as one of the eight wonders of the world, and some Western historians have noted that its architectural beauty has never been surpassed. The Taj is the most beautiful monument built by the Mughals, the Muslim rulers of India. Taj Mahal is built entirely of white marble. Its stunning architectural beauty is beyond adequate description, particularly at dawn and sunset. The Taj seems to glow in the light of the full moon. On a foggy morning, the visitors experience the Taj as if suspended when viewed from across the Jamuna river.
  8. 8. The Tasmania island
  9. 9. Outdoor AdventureWorld class fly fishing, golf courses and hiking are all on offer in Tasmania. Also You can cruise Our coasts and waterways in luxury or if you prefer, from the Seat of a rack or Kayak. The Benefit of Its size Means You can stand atop a mountain and feel sand Between your toes on the same Afternoon.Food and WineIn Tasmania, You can stop by road side stalls with lush berries, shuck oysters fresh from the sea, sample fine Belgian truffles and pick up a bottle of Bubbly from wine country so fine, its rumoured to swear Second only to Champagne itself.Wilderness and NatureThe Tasmanian World Heritage Area Greater faces a range of Natural and Cultural Values ​Other than any Region on earth. With 40 per cent of the island as National Parks and Protected Reserves, you do not have to travel far to swear walking through ancient rainforest.WildlifeWith accessible Wilderness and Plenty of Wildlife sanctuaries, Tasmania is the ideal destination to get up close with Australian native Animals. See wombats, wallabies, pademelons, endemic birds and more. Its Also the one place on earth youll find a Tasmanian devil in the wild.
  10. 10. The Sagrada Familia
  11. 11.  Even though the Sagrada Familia is far from finished, the remarkable church is well worth a visit. You can visit the crypt Were Gaudi is buried. A Museum Tells the story of this great architect and the history of the church. Also You can visit the towers. An elevator and a long walk Will Lead you to the top of a tower from Where you have a Magnificent view over Barcelona. The Climb is not recommended for Those with fear of heights or for people with claustrophobia!
  12. 12. The Neuschwanstein castle
  13. 13.  The Neuschwanstein Castle Fairytale really looks like a castle. Neuschwanstein is a castle of the paradox. It was built in the 19th century in Bavaria, in a time When no longer hadd Castles strategical and defensive purposes. While Neuschwansteins look is that of a Medieval castle, It was equiped inside with state of the art technology at that time.For Example on Every floor of the castle Were there toilets with automatic flushing system, as well as an air heating system for the Whole castle. Was water supplied by a spring Nearby situated at only 200 meters Above the castle. Neuschwanstein castle facing a very beautiful Inner Walled garden surrounded by a courtyard. It faces an artificial cave Eve. Neuschwansteins interior is as beautiful as Its Outside. Though only 14 finished rooms Were Before Ludiwg IIs Sudden Death in 1886, These Were majestically decorated rooms. The two story room Throne Was Designed in Byzantine style, with wall Paintings depicting angels. Ironically, there is no Throne in the Throne Room, nor Ludwig died Before it Was Completely finished. This Fairytale look of the Neuschwanstein castle Walt Disney Inspired to Create the Magic Kingdom.
  14. 14. The Louvre museum
  15. 15. Originally a royal palace, the Louvre becam a public museum at the end of the 18th century. It is Located in the 1st arrondissement, at the heart of Paris. here are about 35,000 objects on display, spread out over three Wings of the Former palace. The museum runs a diverse collection ranging from the antiquity up to the mid 19th century. Do away part of the collection consists of European Paintings and Sculpture. Other rooms contai Roman, Egyptian, Greek and Oriental art. There is Also a section with Objects dArt, Where Such objects as clocks, furniture, tapestries and China are Displayed. Some Of The Most Famous works of art in the museum are the Venus of Milo, the Nike of Samothrake, the Dying Slave by Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci of course the Mona Lisas.The most recent addition to the Louvre Was the Louvre Pyramidconstruction of the glass pyramid, Which functions as the museums Main Entrance. The Pyramid Was Built in 1989 by the renowned American architect IM Pei. The glass pyramid allows the sunlight to come in on the underground floor. The modern addition Originally Received mixed reviews, as it contrasts sharply with the classical design of the surrounding buildings, But today it is generally not a Clever Accepted Solution qual Given the museum faces a Spacious Entrance plant without the need to touch the historical patrimony.
  16. 16. The mont Saint-Michel
  17. 17.  Mont-Saint-Michel is a commune of France, south- western department of Manche and region of Lower Normandy. It takes its name from the rocky island dedicated to St. Michael where stands the abbey of Mont Saint-Michel. The architecture of Mont Saint- Michel and its bay make it the third most visited tourist site in France (behind the Eiffel Tower and the Palace of Versailles) with over three million visitors each year. The site as a whole, is since 1979 on the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
  18. 18. The carnaval of Rio
  19. 19.  Carnival is the most popular holiday in Brazil, the carnival of Rio de Janeiro and the richest known, attracting thousands of domestic and foreign tourists. Every year, the Carnival season, the city of Rio de Janeiro for five days breathes an enviable air of joy. Cariocas forget problems and obligations and surrender to the gigantic spectacle of dance and magic. The culmination of the festival is the Parade at Marquês de Sapucaí where different Samba schools compete for the title of Carnival Champion.Samba, vivid colors, splendid costumes and beautiful women are the main ingredients of this great dispute. The date of Mardi Gras varies from year to year depending on Easter. Generally Bash occurs between the end of February and early March. The official start of Carnival is always on a Saturday and end at noon the following Wednesday, called "Ash Wednesday". However many people are starting the festivities on Friday. It is said that the very year in Brazil officially starts only after the Carnival. During most of the nineties, the carnival was reduced to the samba school parades and dances in the great private clubs. The famous and traditional "street carnival" in which people play spontaneously without paying an admission fee, had been abandoned. In recent years, however, this form of celebration is being recovered. The Carnival has many possible sources that lead to thousands of years before Christ. The word carnival may have its origin in the Latin expression "carrum novalis" used by the Romans to open their celebrations. Or perhaps the word "carnelevale" which means "farewell to meat" in Milanese dialect, a reference to the beginning of Christian Lent.
  20. 20. White immensity of Antarctica
  21. 21.  Icy Antarctica is the continent at the South Pole. It is Covered by permafrost (Permanently frozen ground), is surrounded by water, and is about 1 1 / 2 times Larger than the United States. The worlds larges desert is on Antarctica. 98 Percent of the land is Covered with a continental ice sheet, the remaining 2 Percent of land is the burden rock. Antarctica runs about 87% of the worlds ice. Antarctica is more welcoming Tourist-orientated cruises and Ferries to the Region Every year, and Facilities areDeveloping continually, with more Accommodation, Culinary and travel options available. There is now ample Opportunity to ascend Mount Erebus, the southernmost active volcano on Earth; to fly via helicopter or by boat to venture Penguin colonies, and to really make the MOST of a Terrain That teems with Wildlife, with a multitude of birds, Seals , albatrosses and enormous whales, and so on. One of the MOST appealing aspects of Antarctica is Its Wildlife. Although there are only a Few native species, that Those have adapted to thrive in the harsh environmentally numbers farther away. Penguin populations are counted in the tens of thousands in Some rookeries.
  22. 22. The Bora-Bora island
  23. 23.  Bora Bora is a volcanic island located in French Polynesia in the South Pacific, 260 km from Tahiti. Out of the water there are 13 million years, the volcano has gradually pushed for now bordered by a beautiful lagoon and a coral reef. Otemanu Mountains (727 m), Pahia (661m) and Hue (619 m) ​overlooking the magnificent spectacle of color of the lagoon. The island was formerly called Vavau. Roggeveen discovered by the browser in 1722, Cook landed there in 1769 and named Bora Bora (in fact Pora Pora), name meaning can be "born in the first," referring to the fact that the god would have created Taaroa immediately after Raiatea . The history of Bora Bora is marked by wars between different clans of the island or against neighboring islands. In 1820, Protestant missionaries landed on the island and the first temple was opened in 1822. In 1888 as Bora Bora and all the Leeward Islands were annexed by France. Another important fact of contemporary history of Bora Bora, the presence between 1942 and 1946 U.S. troops in Operation Bobcat was left on the island many remains as anti-aircraft batteries, blockhouses, but especially the runway was long the longest in Polynesia and is still used today. Since opening its first hotel in 1961, the island has ceased to grow with the construction of hotels and their famous overwater bungalows. Despite this development, the island has retained its atmosphere and continues to dream the travelers from around the world.
  24. 24. The great canyon of Colorado
  25. 25.  The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon carved by the Colorado River in the United States in the state of Arizona. It is largely Contained Within the Grand Canyon National Park, one of the first National Parks in the United States. President Theodore Roosevelt Was a major proponent of preservation of the Grand Canyon area, and visited it on numerous occasions to hunt and enjoy the Scenery. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide and attains a depth of over a mile (1.83 km) (6000 feet). Nearly two billion years of the Earths history Geological Have Been Exposed as the Colorado River and Its tributaries cut through layer After Their channels layer of rock Was While the Colorado Plateau uplifted. While the specific geologic and timing Processes That formed the Grand Canyon are the subject of debate by geologists, recent evidence suggests the Colorado River Established Its course through the canyon at Least 17 million years ago.Since that time, the Colorado River continued to erode and form the canyon to the point We see it at today. Before European Immigration, the area Was Inhabited by Native Americans Who built settlements Within the many canyon and Its Caves. The Pueblo people considered the Grand Canyon a holy site and made pilgrimages to it. The first European Known to have viewed the Grand Canyon Was García López de Cárdenas from Spain, Who arrived in 1540.
  26. 26.  Traveling is one of the most beautiful activities. I guess a lot of people share the same opinion with me . Anisa Ramadani 11 / 2