17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

While the study of the cosmos spent a lot of money, we really know nothing about the Earth. What is hidden from our eyes in the depths of the ocean or under the ice of Antarctica? Yes, and many other mysteries keeps our home planet. For example, there are many locations that look like portals to magical worlds.

Below is a photo of the seats, which will surely make you want at breakneck speed to go on an exciting fairytale journey. You don't even need to walk to the fireplace, to get into a wardrobe or flush yourself down the toilet.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany. Devilishly handsome, beautiful view, why not a portal to a parallel world? Of course, it would be nice if there was also beer, sausages and Oktoberfest.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

Palace alien emperors? The Ministry of magic? Kazan Cathedral from the future to the new version of SimCity? No, it's the Paris residential complex "Space Abraxas", designed by the French architect Ricardo Bofill. But if the architectural project and named in honor of mythological deities — there is, in principle, everything is clear.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

The staircase you'll find in Copenhagen, but it definitely leads into a fabulous bar. However, after a couple of glasses of butterbeer down on it would be very difficult.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

No, this is not advertising washing powder for color clothes and not even waving in the wind hair giant mermaid Ariel. It's just the Antelope canyon (Arizona, USA). However, with the help of this magical phantasmagoria of colors you can go in the fabulous fantasy world of Hans Christian Andersen. Just don't go too far, otherwise dawn will turn into sea foam.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

These levels on the mountain Montserrat, created by Spanish sculptor Josep Zoviraksom lead straight to heaven, but it can pass through only a person who sincerely believes in the fairy tale. Although, exceptionally, allowed fans of Led Zeppelin, but only on Thursday 31 June.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

In the derelict Buchanan castle (Stirlingshire, Scotland) from time to time arrange lounge a halt tired of all dragons, who, with the help of his remarkable mind feel lost travellers: guess a riddle, you go back home, not guess — well, in that case welcome to the liberation army daenerys Stormborn. Well, and that nothing in the ruins to climb, and in fact need more Westeros to conquer, and the personnel resources are not infinite.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

The K21 Museum (Art collection of North Rhine — Westphalia, the Ständehaus, Germany). This modern interpretation of the dilemma in choosing the right path does not leave any alternatives: regardless of left, right, or right you go, the end point of the route one — unusually beautiful world of modern art, where you will easily be mistaken for another curious exhibit. Even if you'll just quietly stand on the sidelines and pretend that you are in this strange room and there never was.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

The organ rocks at Cape Fingal head (state of New South Wales, Australia). Strange, but is one of the episodes of the movies about Harry Potter were filmed here? It's a great place to hide a Horcrux. Well, or to collect a couple of billion likes on instagram and make sitting in the office colleagues hate you — although it is very sophisticated sort of black magic.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

Forget about black holes, they are still somewhere far away and generally it's all true. But the Great blue hole, motiveaza in the middle of the Atoll in the composition of the Belize barrier reef in Central America is very real. Rumor has it that it is the mysterious entrance to the legendary Fiddlers green is a fictional place, where they find the last refuge of the dead sailors. However, if you, dear wolves, there is no desire to an inglorious finish your journey in the clutches of Davy Jones, we should all be careful with diving.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

Oh, those Ukrainian Railways, but in their unearthly magic and magic! So you sit in a train plunge into the second-class car on the marginalia at the toilet, hanging from the top shelf of someone's feet, next to someone drinking beer with fish and eats boiled eggs, and the child yells good mate over the ear. In General, the situation is worse than hell. But then suddenly a good conductor Larisa Stepanovna will bring tea is delicious, and you look out the window, and there — the Tunnel of love. As much as heart warmer, right? And without the magic of travel there is not exactly cost, I assure you.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

These gates are located on the island of Bali (Indonesia) and look so that even do not need to explain.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

City library of Stuttgart is notable for the fact that if at midnight on Friday the 13th to sit on the floor in front of a bookcase, close the fist of the left hand hair red virgin and get a minute to loudly enumerate all the films with Marlene Dietrich, you can get into a mysterious and magical place — Stuttgart madhouse. Only there is one condition: if you fall in the house for Bilbo Baggins, don't say anything about the ring, my uncle is quite a vulnerable man.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

This is an old railway tunnel in Helensburgh (state of New South Wales, Australia). It leads straight into an unknown future, however, if you decide to travel at night, we would still strongly recommend you to take a little bit of garlic and something silver.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

At the station of the Stockholm metro under the name "Roadhouse" is set only in the world of magic escalator: whoever puts his foot on one of his steps, finds himself imbued with magic, no sarcasm world of unfounded snobbery. "Hey, losers, I have so much free time that I ride on the Stockholm metro!" — with such a signature is automatically sent to the 14 new instagram selfie, made by you, while you're sagely going up.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

The Palace of Italian civilization was built in Rome by order of Benito Mussolini. Rumor has it that the monks of the Vatican tidied up this beautiful portal to the hands, but was too lazy to properly adjust the operation of key mechanisms, so to get through it only in San Remo, and then only during the festival. However, if you love the songs of Adriano Celentano, the more magic you dream of sin.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

Ferry terminal in Hong Kong is not a portal itself, but allows you to participate in the most unusual in the world of the lottery: what a magical place you will find great difficulty buying a ticket on a ship departing from here, you only have to guess.

17 real places that look like portals to magical worlds

The glacial lagoon of Jökulsárlón (Iceland). Unfortunately, due to global warming this beauty may soon disappear, and the world will be less one place, where it is impossible to get from the bar in a taxi.

Keywords: Magic Earth | Magic | Places | Planet | Portal | Laughter | Humor

Recent articles

35 stunning landscape from Iceland
35 stunning landscape from Iceland

Polish photographer Mike Martin fell in love with Iceland and we decided to move there to live. In his spare time, he travels ...

40 nostalgic frames: Yalta 90‑ies in the lens of British photographer
40 nostalgic frames: Yalta 90‑ies in the lens of British ...

In summer 1995, British photographer Martin Parr visited Yalta, which he himself called the "Russian Riviera". In this series you ...

20 things that if they are not captured in the photo, no one would have believed
20 things that if they are not captured in the photo, no one ...

In any city there are nooks and secret passages, which the authorities do not always know. But it is much better I can tell you, ...

Related articles

Hand of glory — the eerie exhibit of the British Museum Whitby
Hand of glory — the eerie exhibit of the British Museum Whitby

Parts of dead bodies had long been the attributes of witchcraft. The most famous occult object of this type in the Middle ages was ...

The magic of photography from Lauren Shipman
The magic of photography from Lauren Shipman

Photography has the magical ability to catch the moment before it disappears. American a self-taught photographer Lauren Shipman ...

Tanzanian albinos, whose bodies are worth more than gold
Tanzanian albinos, whose bodies are worth more than gold

Photographer Eric Laforge documented the tragic history of Tanzanian children with albinism, whose flesh, in the opinion of the ...