Top 5 Magical Places in The World You Should Explore Impelreport
There are souls that go around the world looking to nourish themselves with beauty in any of their forms. They are nomads, travelers in search of hidden treasures and experiences that go beyond the hotel room with breakfast and the tour of the city. Get more latest Hollywood lifestyle updates at Impelreport.
If the person described above is you, the places we will talk about in this list should be in your travel plan, because you have to see them sometime in life. These are places that for some reason transmit magic. Some are unforgettable natural beauties, other landscapes that stay forever in the pupil, and others more destinations of spiritual pilgrimage. Let’s see:
1. Stonehenge in England
In Amesbury, County Wiltshire, in the middle of a soft plain is Stonehenge, one of the most important megalithic monuments in the world, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. Those who have visited it agree that to travel its huge stones is an indescribable sensation. In fact, the mystery surrounds the monument because it is still unknown the purpose it could have. It is supposed to have some religious, funerary or scientific function for druids and pagans. What we do know is that nothing in its construction was random, because its creators knew about astronomy.
2. The castle of Mont Saint-Michel in France
The French commune Mount Saint-Michel, located in the Normandy region, certainly deserves a visit. This place has the traditional construction of a fief, so it houses a monastery and an abbey that eventually became a prison. Its streets, houses and castle house incredible stories, in fact the place is a World Heritage Site and historical monument of France, but the most incredible thing about it are the tides. Mount Saint-Michel can be totally dry allowing a picturesque walk and suddenly surrounded by water (up to 14 meters).
3. The Nazca lines in Peru
The Nazca culture, in Peru, was dedicated for centuries to plot in the terrain of the pampas of Jumana, in Ica, hundreds of diverse figures, some of them (the most famous) of animals. You can see hummingbirds, monkeys, cranes, pelicans, spiders, whales … Seeing them, from the air or from the neighboring hills – from where they can also be seen – is a unique experience in life. It is wonderful to see that with rudimentary techniques human beings have managed to create such magnificent drawings on the ground. The reason for the ambitious drawing project of the Nazca has been widely discussed by archaeologists and researchers, but most agree that it is related to rituals related to land and water.
4. Daigoji Temple in Japan
This Buddhist temple located in Kyoto, Japan, was founded in 874 and is considered a national treasure of that country. It keeps true architectural gems, dozens of cultural assets and paintings that have been studied by academics. In spring, it is a famous place to observe cherry blossoms. In autumn, it is a true visual spectacle with its colorful trees and the calm waters of the lake where they are reflected. There will be no better place in the world to rediscover the meaning of peace, meditation and beauty.
5. Redwood National Park in California, USA
Nothing better to exercise humility than to understand how small we really are. A good place to do that is the Redwood National Park in California, an area that shelters and protects almost half of the remaining coastal redwoods in the world. The redwoods are humble giants, true green colossi that observe us from above in their millenary wisdom of moss and chlorophyll. Seeing their huge trunks, and trying not to bend our necks so that our eyes reach their cups, is to understand that nature is wonderful, and that we need to do even more to preserve it. Before you leave check out Top 10 Hollywood Gangster Movies at impelreport.