Guizhou is a multi-minority province in Southwest China. It is located southwest of Beijing, and northwest of Guilin and Hong Kong.
Guizhou is famous for its marvelous landscapes, unsophisticated ethnic customs, cultural and historical relics, and pleasant climate.
Salzburg enchants visitors with pure, unadulterated nature: city mountains, gardens, water everywhere.
Hikes high above the historical district, moments whiled away amid spacious park grounds, countless drinking fountains dotted throughout the city, all testimony to the green soul of this City of Mozart.
Himeji (姫路) is most famous for its magnificent castle, Himeji Castle, widely considered to be Japan's most beautiful surviving feudal castle. The castle is designated both a national treasure and a UNESCO world heritage site.
With half a million inhabitants, Himeji is the second largest city of Hyogo Prefecture after Kobe. It can be reached in less than one hour from Osaka or Kyoto and is also a popular stopover on journeys along the Sanyo Shinkansen.
Zakynthos (Zante) is a verdant island endowed with fertile valleys and a temperate climate.
Its landscape diversity has resulted in different types of beaches: there are sandy beaches in secluded coves where the tranquil waters are deep blue on the island’s southeastern part; yet, if rugged cliffs and an interesting underwater world are to your liking, try the western part of the island.
Whang-od Oggay (born February 17, 1917), also known as Maria Oggay, is a Filipina tattoo artist from Buscalan, Tinglayan, Kalinga, Philippines.
She is often described as the "last" and oldest mambabatok (traditional Kalinga tattooist) and is part of the Butbut people of the larger Kalinga ethnic group.
A UNESCO World Heritage city, Quedlinburg rests below a sandstone cliff that has an abbey and palace on top.
The king of East Francia, Henry the Fowler founded Quedlinburg in the 10th century, and his successor, Holy Roman Emperor Otto I would hold court here and develop the city.
Royal Exchange, London, The UK
The Royal Exchange is a luxury destination in the heart of the City, offering an unrivalled collection of boutique shopping and dining within one of London’s most iconic and historic buildings.
Norway is a spectacular land, filled with glaciers, mountains, forests and rivers. Norway is at the top of the world.
In some ways, Naples is really two cities in one. By day, it’s a city of such beauty and character that it’s often used as a set for films.
But by night, away from the busy piazzas, the isolated side streets become the stage for violent turf wars.
Olympic National Park, Washington, USA
With its incredible range of precipitation and elevation, diversity is the hallmark of Olympic National Park.
Encompassing nearly a million acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, thousands of years of human history, and several distinctly different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline.
Lombard Street, San Francisco
Known as the "crookedest" street in the world, the steep hills and sharp curves of this one-way road pass by grand Victorian mansions and attract millions of tourists each year.
Japan has many amazing man-made structures that have a rich history behind it. But Japan also holds some amazing structures and places that aren't the result of a person's hand, and are simply the result of nature.
Although many of these places have been altered slightly by human hands to make it accessible to visitors, the elements of nature can still be observed, and are a spectacular sight to behold!