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Ice Canyon, Greenland Photograph by James Balog, National Geographic Meltwater has carved a canyon 150 feet meters) deep.

The ice canyons in Greenland were carved by meltwater and are as deep as 150 feet. – #cop21 #globalwarming #climatechange More at http://www.GlobeTransformer.org

"Chasing Ice" documentary - - Great Ice Canyon in Iceland by photographer: James Balog for National Geographic - Wow! And one to watch before going to Iceland

Modern Outdoor Bed by Egoparis Eden

Bed is the focal point in bedroom. Its style affect the whole room design. It is important to have modern and comfortable bed to relax your body. Canopy Bed is very modern and amazing design.

The Crooked House in Sopot, Poland. Head to Poland to see more cool architecture! https://www.euroventure.eu/

11 Most Strange Buildings Across The World

The rock restaurant in Zanzibar -sounds like a good idea today...

The Rock Restaurant à Zanzibar

Thessaloniki | Greece

Navagio Beach, or the Shipwreck, is an isolated sandy cove on Zakynthos island and one of the most famous beaches in Greece. Going to Greece is on my bucket list

Underwater hotel is on my bucketlist

The Best Suites in the World - Conrad Maldives Rangali Island - Yes, you can fulfill this dream. This is an underwater suite that is present at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island. Only 20 feet of Indian Ocean is present above you in this suite.

Photos of Green Italy Wine Tours - Private Day Tours, Ostuni - Attraction Images - TripAdvisor

Whatever Floats Your Boat This picture is taken on One House Bay in Greece. The water is so clear that the boat seems to be floating in the air.

The Taj Mahal, India

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Greenland  Lovvvve this!!!

Ice Canyon in Greenland is one of the best and most freezing places you could ever visit, with water flowing in a deep trough Greenland…

Natural Rock Pools of Pamukkale, Turkey

Natural rock pools, Pamukkale Turkey Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water.