Fairy tale locations lottery players must visit!
There is just no other place like it. It looks like it came straight out of a fairy tale!
There are many places in the world that will leave you gasping, thinking they only exist in storybooks. However, these places are very real and it be fun to go visit them.
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Dark Hedges – Northern Ireland
Mysterious and haunting in any season are a row of Beech trees that curve and intertwine along a narrow country road in a truly stunning fashion. The trees were planted in the 18th century by the Stuart family to dress up the road leading to their manor. The site has been used in the TV series “Game of Thrones” and is said to be haunted by “The Grey Lady” at dusk.
Glowworm Caves – New Zealand
The Waitomo caves on the North Island of New Zealand are home to a population of glowworms exclusive to New Zealand and are about the size of a mosquito. They attach themselves to the walls and ceilings of the caves, which create an amazing starry wonderland. It is a very popular tourist attraction. Many enjoy the boat tours, where you can float through the caves under the fairy tale magic thousands of these creatures make.
Colmar – France
This enchanting town in France will definitely may you think you are in the middle of a medieval fairy tale. The delightfully coloured half-timbered houses with dark roofs, flowers lining cobblestoned path ways and quaint bridges over canals is a sure treat for the eyes and will have you snapping pictures everywhere. Colmar is home to many museums such as the Musee Anime du Jouet et des Petits Trains (the Animated Museum of Toys and Modeled Trains).
Neuschwanstein Castle – Germany
This extravagant castle in the Bavarian Alps was built in 1868 by Mad King Ludwig II. You can definitely imagine that a beautiful princess would surely have once lived there. It is a breathtaking vision and was the inspiration for Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Saint Basil’s Cathedral – Russia
This beautiful Russian icon was once a church but is now a museum. Located in Moscow, it was built in 1555 under instructions from Ivan the Terrible. The shape of the Cathedral is said to resemble flames from a bonfire rising into the sky. The wonderful bright colours and unique architectural style has made Saint Basil’s Cathedral a world famous landmark.
Angel Falls – Venezuela
Angel Falls is the highest waterfall in the world with a height of 3,212 feet and a clear drop of 2,647 feet. It was named after US aviator, Jimmy Angel, who was the first known person to fly over the falls.
The falls stream from a tabletop mountain with a drop so far that the water vaporizes with the wind and turns into mist well before touching the ground. It is also known by the name Kerepakupai meru that means “waterfall of the deepest place.”
Avenue of the Baobabs – Madagascar
The Avenue of the Baobabs is a group of baobab trees lining a dirt road in Madagascar’s Menabe region. The vision these trees create is stunning and something many would not have seen before. The trees stand in isolation, many being over 800 years old. It has become a popular local tourist destination.
Wisteria Tunnel – Japan
Every spring in April and May, thousands of wisteria blooms can be found at the Kawachi Fuji Garden in Kitakyushu, Japan. When you walk through the gorgeous flowery tunnel, you will surely feel as though you are in some kind of beautiful dream.
Taktsang Monastery – Paro Bhutan
Perched on the cliffside of the upper Paro Valley in Bhutan, this prominent temple complex was first built in 1692. It is a sacred Himalayan Buddhist site often called Tiger’s Nest. Built right into the steep mountain, the site of its daring location and its beautiful architecture will captivate you.
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