20 real-life places that look like they came out of fairy talesPictolic
These places and landscapes seem to have come out of fairy tales and stories of our childhood, their existence is hard to believe, but they exist in reality! Well, let's plunge into a fairy tale?
Mont Saint-Michel Castle, France
Mont Saint-Michel Castle is one of the most popular attractions in France, striking with its unusual and literally fabulous view! After all, the monastery on the rock, sticking out of the water abyss, just can not help but look stunning.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
Neuschwanstein Castle is the treasure of the Alps and the most recognizable castle in the world. When you first look at this castle, it seems that someone has left their toy here — so unreal do the ivory towers of Neuschwanstein seem, soaring against the background of dark green fir trees. Although if you get closer-the feeling of fabulousness is unlikely to let go, because you will see hundreds of little things that do not fit into the reality of the alpine slopes.
This tunnel is located in the Kawachi Fuji Flower Garden, Japan. Being in it, you are immersed in a truly unreal atmosphere! At different times of the year and depending on the lighting, it is painted in different colors.
Tourists from all over the world come to Gansu Province, China, to admire the unusual landscape. The main attraction here is a unique mountainous area, called the "Danksia landscape".
Dark Alley in Ireland
These beautiful 300-year-old beech trees grow near the village of Armoy in County Antrim.) Northern Ireland. Because of the closely intertwined branches of beeches, the locals called the tree tunnel " Dark Hedges "(Dark Hedges), which in Russian is more correct to say"Dark Alley".
Halong Bay is one of the most popular places in Vietnam. Landscapes are stunning and create the impression of unreality of what is happening.
Glenfinnan Viaduct, Scotland
Scotland's most photogenic railway bridge is known far beyond the UK. For fans of books and films about the wizard Harry Potter, this viaduct is associated primarily with the Hogwarts Express. After all, it was on it that the famous train passed in the film "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets".
Batu Caves, Malaysia
The Batu cave system is a place of pilgrimage for thousands of Hindus. The complex consists of several cave halls turned into temples. To the main Temple cave (Temple Cave) leads the famous staircase of 272 steps, which must climb every pilgrim. Some do it on their knees or even on their hands and knees.
St. Basil's Cathedral, Russia
The description, I think, is superfluous. Painted in fabulous colors, the cathedral on Red Square gives the impression of a fairy-tale palace, it is for the photo of this cathedral that hundreds of thousands of tourists go to Red Square.
Cave of Giant Crystals
An underground world full of wonders! These amazing caves, called the Caves of Crystals (Cueva de los Cristales), are located in the Mexican desert at a depth of 300 meters.
These formations were created by nature for several million years.
Colmar is a picturesque Alsatian town, with beautifully preserved old quarters that immerse you in the Middle Ages. The city has a huge number of deliciously beautiful buildings that were built in the Middle Ages and during the Renaissance.
The waterfall is known for its beautiful white slopes, it is one of the geological wonders of Turkey. Thermal springs that have been gushing out of the mountain for many hundreds of years have formed beautiful terraces with reservoirs of different depths.
Palace of Versailles, France
Versailles — this name is associated throughout the world with the idea of the most significant and magnificent palace, built at the behest of one monarch.
This is probably the most famous palace and park complex with beautiful gardens and interior decoration.
Taj Mahal, India
What could be more fabulous than the Taj Mahal. This is the first association that occurs when Eastern fairy tales are mentioned.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Angkor Wat is the main destination of 99.9% of all tourists coming to Cambodia. The largest temple complex on the planet and one of the most beautiful creations of mankind in its entire history.
Paro Lakhang Temple, Bhutan
Paro Lakhang, also known as Tiger's Den, is a famous Buddhist monastery located on a cliff at the top of the Paro Valley in Bhutan. Often being in the clouds and fog, leaves an unforgettable, mystical experience.
Peles Castle, Romania
The chic Peles Castle has found its home on the banks of the mountain river of the same name, near the city of Sinai. The castle seems magical, as if descended from fairy-tale pages, and the overall mysterious atmosphere is complemented by a dense forest with the singing of birds and the rustle of tree leaves.
Zhangjiajie Park, China
Chinese Park Zhangjiajie has long been popular among tourists. First, it is here, among the rocks of Wulingyuan, which inspired James Cameron to create the "flying mountains" in the movie "Avatar", that Mount Tianmen is located, and in it is the legendary Heavenly Gate cave.
Starred in dozens of films, the famous Temple of Peter, carved into the rock. What could be more mysterious and mysterious?
Baobab Alley, Madagascar
Baobab Alley is located on a dirt road between Morondava and Belon'i Tsiribihina in the Menabe region of western Madagascar. The stunning landscape attracts travelers from all over the world, making it one of the most visited places in the region.