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Places to visit before they disappear - Elena/Getty Images

Places to visit before they disappear - Elena/Getty Images

Bridge in Parisino

Bridge in Parisino

¿Qué tal proponerle matrimonio al amor de tu vida en este lugar?

¿Qué tal proponerle matrimonio al amor de tu vida en este lugar?

La Mezquita Putra es la principal mezquita de Putrajaya, Malasia .

La Mezquita Putra es la principal mezquita de Putrajaya, Malasia .

#Vacaciones únicas en #Vietnam, el país de las 54 etnias. Ruta: Hanoi / Halong / Danang / HoChiMinh

#Vacaciones únicas en #Vietnam, el país de las 54 etnias. Ruta: Hanoi / Halong / Danang / HoChiMinh

Getaria, Gipuzkoa

Getaria, Gipuzkoa

La playa roja de Panjin Este paisaje único en el mundo se encuentra en las marismas del delta del río Liao en Panjin (China). El color rojo sólo aparece en aquellas zonas cuyos suelos están compuestos de limos. La tonalidad roja se debe a una especie local de sargadilla marina. Esta planta empieza a brotar entre abril y mayo

La playa roja de Panjin Este paisaje único en el mundo se encuentra en las marismas del delta del río Liao en Panjin (China). El color rojo sólo aparece en aquellas zonas cuyos suelos están compuestos de limos. La tonalidad roja se debe a una especie local de sargadilla marina. Esta planta empieza a brotar entre abril y mayo

Parece  que es el camino hacia el cielo no????

Parece que es el camino hacia el cielo no????

Stockholm - Suecia /Sweden

Stockholm - Suecia /Sweden

Places to visit before they disappear-Venice, Italy  The Italian city, long heralded as one of the most romantic in the world thanks to its charming canals, is facing ruin. The city of canals has long been sinking, but an uptick in the number of increasingly severe floods each year could leave Venice uninhabitable by this century’s end.

Clock is ticking! 17 places that will disappear soon

Places to visit before they disappear-Venice, Italy The Italian city, long heralded as one of the most romantic in the world thanks to its charming canals, is facing ruin. The city of canals has long been sinking, but an uptick in the number of increasingly severe floods each year could leave Venice uninhabitable by this century’s end.

America's Happiest Seaside Towns 2015: Portsmouth, New Hampshire. One of the nation’s oldest cities, this thriving seaport on the Piscataqua River boasts remarkable riches and is still incredibly welcoming to visitors and new residents alike. Photo: David J. Murray/Courtesy of CVB. Coastalliving.com

America's Happiest Seaside Towns 2015

America's Happiest Seaside Towns 2015: Portsmouth, New Hampshire. One of the nation’s oldest cities, this thriving seaport on the Piscataqua River boasts remarkable riches and is still incredibly welcoming to visitors and new residents alike. Photo: David J. Murray/Courtesy of CVB. Coastalliving.com

One of the things that we love about Pixar films is that we are able to experience worlds in them that are both familiar and fantastical.

Pixar Location Travel Bucket List

One of the things that we love about Pixar films is that we are able to experience worlds in them that are both familiar and fantastical.

The surrounding area is rich in a variety of wildlife.

14 Photos of The Most Unbelievable Place on Earth

The surrounding area is rich in a variety of wildlife.

Golden Eye Hotel – St. Mary, Jamaica

Golden Eye Hotel – St. Mary, Jamaica

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TURIN is the city “with the most beautiful natural location” in Italy and often is referred to as “little Paris,” It has regal elegance and perfect position at the foot of the Italian Alps. Its stunning palazzi still retain the grandeur of the city’s royal past; the House of Savoy ruled and Victor Emmanuel II became the first king of Italy (Turin was Italy's 1st capital). Visit the royal palaces of Stupinigi and Venaria, slightly outside of the city center, both reminiscent of Versailles.

Why You Should Visit 'The Paris of Italy'

TURIN is the city “with the most beautiful natural location” in Italy and often is referred to as “little Paris,” It has regal elegance and perfect position at the foot of the Italian Alps. Its stunning palazzi still retain the grandeur of the city’s royal past; the House of Savoy ruled and Victor Emmanuel II became the first king of Italy (Turin was Italy's 1st capital). Visit the royal palaces of Stupinigi and Venaria, slightly outside of the city center, both reminiscent of Versailles.