- Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is a national park in the US state of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed the first national park of the United States and the world.
Cappadocia is the region where the soft layers formed by Erciyes, Hasandağı and Güllüdağ, formed by lava and ashes, are eroded by rain and wind for millions of years.
- Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is an Inca antique city that has been preserved so far. He was elected as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World on July 7, 2007.
- Vasil Cathedral
St. Vasil’s Cathedral Moscow is a cathedral famous for its colorful, dome-like roofs, resembling a cold in Red Square. It is confused with the Kremlin Palace as a common mistake.
- Kaieteur Waterfall
Located at the center of the Guyana rainforest, the waterfall on the Potaro River is one of the strongest waterfalls in the world. With a free fall of 226 meters, it is 5 times higher than Niagara Falls and 2 times higher than Victoria Falls.
- Swarovski Fountain
It is a fountain of the Swarovski company which is a theme park in Wattens town near Austria. The fountain is a cage with eyes made of brilliant stone. The head is covered with moss and grass. It resembles Moai sculptures found on Easter. It is highly praised as an environmental sculpture.
- Mano del Desierto
An artistic work called Mano del Desierto created by Chilean artist Mario Irarrázabal in honor of injustice and torture victims during the military regime in Chile – a modern sculpture in reality.
- Sri Lanka
The castle and palace are on the Sigiriya rock which has extraordinary scenery and structure in Sri Lanka. It was used as a monastery from the 5th century BC and later became a palace