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40 Places to pin that you'll never actually visit

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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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Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

Photo credit: Kevin Timothy via Flickr

Niagara Falls consists of three natural, beautiful waterfalls on the U.S.-Canadian border. The three waterfalls are Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls.

21

Athabasca Falls, Alberta

Athabasca Falls, Jasper, Alberta, Canada

Photo credit: Samantha Marx via Flickr

Located in Jasper National Park, Athabasca Falls is a picturesque waterfall known more for its forceful water than for its height.

22

Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Photo credit: Koen Schepers via Flickr

Located near Page, Arizona, Antelope Canyon consists of two separate slot canyons — Upper Antelope Canyon, also known as The Crack, and Lower Antelope Canyon, also known as The Corkscrew.

23

Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal, India

Photo credit: Nathan Jones via Flickr

The Taj Mahal is known as the crown of palaces. Taking more than 20 years to build, it was built in memory of Emperor Shah Jahan’s third wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

24

Keukenhof, the Netherlands

Keukenhof Gardens, the Netherlands

Photo credit: A G via Flickr

Also known as the Garden of Europe, Keukenhof is the largest flower garden in the world.

25

Cathedral Cove, New Zealand

Cathedral Cove, New Zealand

Photo credit: Chris Gin via Flickr

Cathedral Cove is located on the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand. The archway is naturally formed, which makes it one of the most-beautiful, picturesque spots in the world.

26

Gullfoss, Iceland

Gullfoss, Iceland

Photo credit: Jill/Blue Moonbeam Studio via Flickr

Gullfoss is a stunning two-tier waterfall that’s part ice in the winter yet roars loudly through the summer.

27

Delft, the Netherlands

Delft, Holland

Photo credit: Bert Knottenbeld via Flickr

Delft is a small town in South Holland built on charming canals. A historic Dutch town full of peaceful walkways and decorative artwork, Delft is simply stunning.

28

Longji Rice Terraces, China

Longji Rice Terraces, China

Photo credit: Oliver Laumann via Flickr

Longji Rice Terraces are enchanting rice fields made over 500 years ago. Longji means “dragon’s backbone,” and it got its name because the mountain looks like a dragon’s backbone.

29

Petra, Jordan

Petra, Jordan

Photo credit: Wojtek Ogrodowczyk via Flickr

Known as the Rose City due to the color of the stones, Petra consists of ancient temples built into the cliffs of Jordan.

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