Out of a total of more than 1,000 world heritage sites recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), below are the natural wonders that attract the most tourists in Europe and America. Please share the toplist with you.

Goreme . National Park

Goreme National Park is located in the town of Cappadocia, Nevsehir Province, central Turkey. The area covers about 43 square miles. Goreme National Park has a very beautiful rocky area in Cappadicia. Millions of years ago, with the eruption that covered a huge amount of lava from the volcano, and the erosion by wind, rain and river water, this place formed the Cappadocia rocky mountain range with amazing beauty, Unique and rarely seen anywhere in the world. The terrain here is therefore likened to “the surface of the moon” with countless folds on the soft rock surface and pointed stone pillars like chimneys in fairy tales…

What is extremely special is that this garden area has underground cities in the rock dating back thousands of years, built by Christians fleeing the chase of the Roman army here. Over thousands of years of history, these Christians built a vast and organized system of cities, deep underground.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Known as the oldest national park in Southeast Europe and also the largest national park in Croatia, in 1997, the Plitvice garden located in the central part of the country was added to the list of World Heritage Sites. UNESCO world. The national park was established in 1949 with an area of ​​​​about 296.85 km² located in the mountainous central Croatia, on the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is an important north-south connection area, passing through the national park, connecting inland Croatia with the Adriatic coastal regions.

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Plitvice Lakes National Park is located on the plateau of the same name in Croatia and is also the largest lake national park in Croatia (Southern Europe). In which, the most beautiful is the Plitvice lake cluster with 16 lakes linked together each floor at an altitude of over 636m.

The highlight in these lakes is the clear, blue water reflecting the sky above and the trees on both sides, creating an extremely beautiful natural wonder. Besides, Plitvice Lake is surrounded by dense, green trees, many caves, high rocky mountains… contributing to a beautiful and quiet natural picture. Therefore, this place attracts a large number of international tourists to visit, learn and rest.

Canaima National Park

Canaima National Park is located in southeastern Venezuela (South America), was established in 1962 and expanded to its present size in 1975. This national park includes cliffs, waterfalls forming a breathtaking landscape.

Canaima National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Canaima) is a 30,000 km (12,000 sq mi) park in southeastern Venezuela, roughly equivalent to the Gran Sabana region. It is located in the state of Bolívar, to the border with Brazil and Guyana.

It is a national park at the eastern end of the Guiana highlands located in the southeastern part of Venezuela. A giant table mountain with a vertical rock wall at 2,600 m above sea level 1000 m is overwhelming and overlooks over 100, one of which is the world’s longest angel from the mountain Ayan tepui waterfall (979 m drop) is falling. There are also many unique flora and fauna on this isolated land. Registered as a World Natural Heritage Site in 1994.

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Hierapolis and Pamukkale . hot springs

Hierapolis is the ancient city of the ancient country of Greece in Turkey, known as the “Sacred City”. This ancient city was founded in the 2nd century BC. What distinguishes the ancient city of Hierapolis from other ancient cities is that it is formed on solid limestone layers, on top of a white calcium waterfall, with a total length of up to 2700m, 600m wide and 160 m high. There are hot springs here , which over the millennia have formed a chain of stalactites, white calcium waterfalls with a series of terraced basins. Since the second century BC, these hot springs have been exploited by people here to use as a spa for healing or relaxation of the soul or some people even choose this place as a place to retire and die.

In addition, in the ancient city of Hierapolis, there are many architectural works built in the 2nd century BC, such as the ancient cemetery (including the coffin of the emperor Marcus Aurelius of the Roman Empire), the city gates and bathhouses were built with large blocks of stone rather than cement; library; Gym; Theatre; temples worshiping gods, such as Apollo, the god of light, Artemi, the god of the sea, Poseidon, etc. The reason why Hierapolis means “sacred city” is because it still retains a number of temples. pretty big like that.

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Pamukkale is a famous tourist town called “cotton castle” or “snow castle” . The magical landscape is created from frozen waterfalls and a series of terraced cisterns created from streams of water from nearby hot springs. There are about 17 hot springs in this area , with temperatures ranging from 35 degrees Celsius to 100 degrees Celsius. The water in these natural tanks can be used to cure many different diseases and you can choose for yourself where Have a suitable temperature for your preference, soak to enjoy the refreshing feeling.

Pamukkale is also an ancient spa built by the Romans, exploited and used as a resort. If you want to soak in these hot tubs for the ultimate spa experience, follow these rules: walk on the steps barefoot to avoid erosion or soiling of the fine sand. Be clean and wear swimsuits too…

Pamukkale and Hierapolis were both on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1988.

Bornholm Island

Bornholm is an island in Denmark. This natural wonder is located in the Baltic Sea near the tip of Southern Sweden and very close to Poland. The north coast of the island features undulating rapids and waves. In contrast, the south of the island is flat beaches running along the white sand, which attracts a lot of tourists every year.

One of the special features in Bornholm is that granite and sand are exported for construction materials. An anecdote has it that, Napoleon often asked his soldiers to bring sand from Bornholm Island to make his favorite hourglasses.

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