Oregon is like a condensed version of the entire country; it is clad by vast green countryside, verdant wilderness, high deserts, pristine waterfalls, placid lakes and mighty snow peak mountains. Here are some of the beautiful sights you might encounter in Oregon:
The iconic Nijo Castle in Kyoto, a UNESCO World Heritage Site castle in Japan, was constructed in 1601 by the founder of the shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan – Tokugawa Ieyasu. It is flanked by spectacular paintings that gives visitors a glimpse of the elegant lifestyle of ancient Japan. Its ceilings are adorned by intricate paintings of grapevines …
Undoubtedly, grandiose cathedrals are timeless favorites of tourists, irrespective of what their religion is. Here are some of the world’s most majestic cathedrals: 1. St.Basil’s Cathedral (Russia) – The Cathedral of the Protection of Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat or
The Red Centre is the southern desert region of the Northern Territory in Australia known for its outback beauty and home of the Aborigine people. It is hemmed by sun-kissed reddish-orange plains which were formed by the blending of oxidized iron with the soil. Here are some the must-see attractions when visiting the Red Centre region:
Soaring from the seafloor like precious gems, The Twelve Apostles Rock Formations is no longer a secret and has long made it to the list of the most dramatic rock formations attraction in the world.
This UNESCO World Heritage Sites beckons tourists from all over the world because of its lavish structures, archaic sculptures and opulent fountains. Touring Rome in Italy can be overwhelming to first time visitors so it is best to know the varied districts of the Eternal City and decide from there where you want to explore first.
Hemmed by soaring mountains that plunge into sun-sparkled cerulean and teal green sea, AmalfiCoast never fails to astound its visitors. Surprisingly, despite the influx of tourists throughout the year, architectural wonders are kept intact, reason why it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.