18 Must See Places In The World
There are so many beautiful places on Earth that capture perfectly the beauty of nature, how far humans have come in so many ways, and the power of weather and natural phenomena that has reshaped or ruined, some of the most beautiful places known to man. Traveling brings about many rewarding experiences and benefits that hard to replicate in any other ways. From modern marvels in large cities throughout the world to the beautiful places left behind ancient civilizations that have become extinct, every place has something to offer that can be a life changing experience.
The following is a list of only 18 of the most beautiful, absolute must see places in the world. Get out there and explore!
New York City, United States
One of the most well known cities throughout the world, New York City is referred to as the city where dreams come true. People throughout the United States and the world have come to the city to start a new life or make a dream become a reality. There are so many places to visit and see that it’s hard to do everything within one trip. Some of the must see sites to see include the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park and Zoo, numerous large and beautiful museums, and Coney Island. New York City is rich with music halls, jazz clubs, diverse restaurants and ethnic foods, and parks. One stop for everyone to see would be Ellis Island, the place where many people immigrated from other countries to the United States. The public can look through the names of those who moved here and might be surprised who they may find.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The second largest city in the country of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro is a must see in South America. From expansive beautiful beaches and islands, to the Tijuca Forest and Sugarloaf Mountain, there are plenty of things to see and enjoy in Rio de Janeiro. The city has beautiful cathedrals built many years ago, rich with the culture of Brazil. Museums, stadiums, and aquariums with beautiful parks in the surrounding areas are sure to please as well. The most recognized international symbol of Brazil would be the Christ the Redeemer monument that is located on Corcovado mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park, and it looks over all of Rio de Janeiro. People are able to hike to the top of Corcovado to reach Christ the Redeemer and look at the beautiful city below. The statue is made of reinforced concrete and soapstone and was built between 1922 and 1931.