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40 Places to pin that you'll never actually visit

Newlywed, new mom and first-time home buyer, Sarah is currently playing out her exciting life in Phoenix, Arizona. She recently gave up her job in finance to stay at home with her baby girl, who between bath time and feeding time, keeps ...

Most-beautiful places

We all have a bucket list of where we want to travel to, but how many are realistic? Check out 40 of the world’s most-beautiful places that, unfortunately, we might never see in person.

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Pamukkale, Turkey

Pamukkale, Turkey

Photo credit: miss_ohara via Flickr

Pamukkale means cotton castle, which describes these calcium cliffs perfectly. Situated between the cliffs are pools you can actually get in.

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Metéora, Greece

Meteora, Greece

Photo credit: Peter Mahnke via Flickr

The Metéora is a complex of monasteries in Greece on cliffs rising more than 1200 feet in the air. The cliffs overlook small villages in Greece, and some of them have monasteries dating back to the 14th century.

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Santorini, Greece

Santorini, Greece

Photo credit: Adam Gimpert via Flickr

By far, Santorini is Greece’s most-breathtaking city. Villages sit among the cliffs and overlook the beautiful turquoise sea.

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Loire Valley, France

Loire Valley, France

Photo credit: Daniel R. Blume via Flickr

The Loire Valley, also called the garden of France, is full of mansions, beautiful landscapes and flowing rivers. It’s like stepping into a real-life fairy tale.

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Étretat, France

Photo credit: Philippe Berdalle via Flickr

The archways of Étretat's world-famous cliffs are naturally formed and surrounded by historic chapels.

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Shifen waterfall, Taiwan

Shifen waterfall, Taiwan

Photo credit: Chen Kirin via Flickr

Shifen waterfall is the broadest waterfall in Taiwan, and it is more than 60 feet tall.

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Dunnottar Castle, Scotland

Dunnottar Castle, Scotland

Photo credit: Markus Schroeder via Flickr

Dunnottar Castle. located on the northeast coast of Scotland, dates back to the 15th and 16th centuries.

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Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park

Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park

Photo credit: Valerie Engelleiter via Flickr

Located in Wyoming's famous Yellowstone National Park is the Grand Prismatic Spring. It’s a beautiful boiling lake that was discovered more than 200 years ago.

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Garden of the Gods, Colorado

Garden of the Gods, Colorado

Photo credit: John Fowler via Flickr

Garden of the Gods is a red-rock formation located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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