The following photos are NOT Photo enhanced, but are all real places in this world.  Amazing world we live in:


Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
This beautiful tunnel looks like something out of a fairy tale. It’s actually still used today – trains chug through it three times a day to deliver wood to a factory. It’s believed that if couples who are truly in love hold hands and cross the tunnel, their wishes will come true.
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Deadvlei, Namibia
The black, dead trees against the orange sand dunes in the Namib-Naukluft National Park make the Deadvlei landscape look like a scene out of a painting.
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Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan
The wisteria flower tunnels in Kawachi Fuji Gardens look like something from out of a fairy tale.
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Dragon Trees, Yemen
On the Socotra island of Yemen, you’ll find some odd and unreal-looking dragon blood trees. The name of the tree hails from its alarmingly red sap.
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Marble Caves, Chile
Accessible only by boat, the Marble Caves or Cuevas de Mármol are situated on a solid marble peninsula and change colors depending on the time of year and water levels.
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Fingal’s Cave, Scotland
This Scottish sea cave is made up of hexagonally jointed basalt columns created by intense volcanic activity. It’s Gaelic name means “the melodious cave” due to its haunting cathedral-like atmosphere. Creepy.
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Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Japan
This bright green bamboo grove will transport you to a magical world. It’s located in Kyoto, Japan.
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Great Blue Hole, Belize
The Great Blue Hole is a huge submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize that Jacques Cousteau named one of the top scuba diving sites in the world.
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The Grand Canal, Italy
Venice is truly a one-of-a-kind city.
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Kjeragbolten, Norway
Kjeragbolten, a boulder in the Kjerag mountain located in Norway, is wide enough for you to stand on. The rock measures five cubic meters, and the drop to the bottom is 3,228 feet.
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Danxia Landform, China
The Danxia landform in Zhangye, China, gets its color from red sandstone and mineral deposits.
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Edge of the World Swing, Ecuador
The swings hanging from La Casa Del Arbol in Baños, Ecuador, will make you feel like you’re on top of the world – literally
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