Amazing places that everyone would like to visit
While huge amounts of money are spent on space exploration programs, we don’t really know anything about the Earth. What is hidden from our eyes in the depths of the ocean or under the ice of the Antarctic? Yes, and you never know more mysteries keeps our own planet. For example, there are many locations that look like portals to magical worlds. Below is a photo of the places, the view of which will surely make you want to head off on an exciting fairy-tale journey.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany. Damn beautiful, beautiful view around, why not a portal to a parallel world? Of course, it would be nice if there were also beer, sausages and Oktoberfest.
Residential complex “Spaces of Abraxas”
Palace of alien emperors? Ministry of Magic? Kazan Cathedral from the future in the new version of SimCity? No, this is the Parisian residential complex of the Abraxas Space, designed by French architect Ricardo Bofile. And if an architectural project is also named after a mythological deity, then, in principle, everything is clear.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
No, this is not an advertisement of laundry detergent for colored laundry, or even the hair of the giant little mermaid Ariel not fluttering in the wind. This is just the Antelope Canyon (Arizona, USA). However, with the help of this magical phantasmagoria of color, you will definitely be able to go to the fantastic world of fantasy by Hans Christian Andersen. Just do not go too far, otherwise by dawn turn into sea foam.
This staircase can be found in Copenhagen, but it definitely leads to a fabulous bar. True, after a couple of glasses of creamy beer, going down it will be very difficult.
Steps on the mountain of Montserrat
These steps on the Montserrat mountain, created by the Spanish sculptor Josep Subirax, lead straight to heaven, but only a person who truly believes in a fairy tale can pass through them. Although as an exception, fans of Led Zeppelin are allowed in there, but only on Thursdays on June 31.
Buchanan Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland
From time to time, in the abandoned castle of Buchanan (Stirlingshire, Scotland), the dragons are tired of everything, who with the help of their remarkable mind are experiencing lost travelers: guess the riddle – go back home, do not guess – well, well, in that case welcome to the liberation army of Deineris Burerozhennaya. Well, what, there is nothing to climb ruins, otherwise you need to conquer Västerås, and the human resources are not infinite.
This modern interpretation of the dilemma with the choice of the right path leaves no alternatives: no matter left, right or you go straight, the end point of the route is the same — an extraordinarily beautiful world of modern art, where you will easily be accepted as another interesting exhibit. Even if you just stand quietly aside and pretend that you are not in this strange room and never have been.
Big blue hole
Forget about black holes, they are still somewhere far away and in general it’s all untrue. But the Big Blue Hole, umostilshsya in the middle of the atoll as part of the Belize barrier reef in Central America, is quite real. It is rumored that she is the mysterious entrance to the legendary Fiddlers Green – a fictional place where dead sailors find their last refuge. However, in the event that you, dear sea wolves, have no desire to ingloriously end your way in the clutches of Davy Jones, it is worth being careful with diving.
Rocks at Cape Fingal Head, New South Wales, Australia
Organ rocks at Cape Fingal Head (New South Wales, Australia). Strange, but isn’t one of the episodes of the Harry Potter films being filmed here? This is a great place to hide crucifix. Well, or to collect a couple of billion likes in instagram and make colleagues sitting in the office hate you – although this is a particularly sophisticated kind of black magic.
“Tunnel of Love” in Klevan, Ukraine
Oh, these Ukrainian railways, how many unearthly magic and magic in them! Just like that, you get into the train, you flop on the second-class car on the side of the toilet, someone’s legs hang from the upper shelf, someone drinks beer and fish and eats boiled eggs, and the child screams with a good mat over his ear. In general, the situation is worse than in hell. But then suddenly a kind conductor Larisa Stepanovna will bring delicious tea, and you look out the window, and there – the Tunnel of love. Already my heart warmed, right? And without the magic of travel, there definitely wasn’t, we assure you.