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22 Amazing Places that are Hard to Believe Actually Exist



















by LINEN on Jun 4, 2013 • 2:15 pm









With all the beauty that our Earth has to offer, it’s a real pity that not all of us have enough time or possibilities to go and see it. 




That’s why we want to invite you to a virtual journey – and it won’t be some well-known tourist destinations, but instead – 22 amazing places that are hard to believe actually exist. 






Hopefully this list will make you hungry for travel and inspire you to go and finally buy those plane tickets!










via: boredpanda
Tunnel of Love, Ukraine



















Image credits: Oleg Gordienko
Tulip Fields in Netherlands















Image credits: Allard Schager
Salar de Uyuni: One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia




















Image credits: dadi360


Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan




Image credits: nipomen2 | sename777















Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska



Image credits: Kent Mearig















Red Beach, Panjin, China




Image credits: MJiA
















Bamboo Forest, Japan



Image credits: Yuya Horikawa | Tomoaki Kabe

















Street in Bonn, Germany



Image credits: Adas Meliauskas
















Naica Mine, Mexico





Image credits: nicole_denise


















Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan





Image credits: imgur.com | mindphoto.blog.fc2.com

















Black Forest, Germany



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Fields of Tea, China




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Tianzi Mountains, China




Image credits: Richard Janecki















Hang Son Doong, Vietnam



Image credits: Carsten Peter
















Shibazakura Flowers, Takinoue Park, Japan



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Antelope Canyon, USA



Image credits: CSMphotography














Lake Hillier, Australia




Image credits: Ockert Le Roux















Lake Retba, Senegal



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Lavender Fields, UK and France





Image credits: Antony Spencer | Erasmus T



















Canola Flower Fields, China





Image credits: +Lanzi
















Mount Roraima, South America



Image credits: imgur.com | Uwe George













Zhangye Danxia Landform, China



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