Amazing Places Around The World - Part 3

After part 1 & part 2 of amazing places around the world, here's part 3! Though it may not cover every part of the world but I've tried my best to gather as much as I can. Enjoy ~

Fort Chittorgarh, India
Fort Chittorgarh is the largest fort in India. It was constructed by the Mauryans during the 7th century AD. Numerous fierce battles took place in this fort and it was occupied by different emperors and powerful individuals. 

Marble Cathedral, Chile
This is considered the most beautiful cave network in the world. These amazing caverns are formed by the water, forming unique shapes and colors. Adding the light reflected from the azure water is making it an unparalleled sight!

Valley of the Ten Peaks, Canada
The famous valley accompanied by 10 notable peaks. Each of them with their own distinctive names; Mount Fay(Heejee), Mount Little(Num), Mount Bowlen(Yamnee), Tonsa(Tonsa), Mount Perren(Sapta), Mount Allen(Shappee), Mount Tuzo(Shagowa), Deltaform Mountain(Shakhnowa), Neptuak Mountain(Neptuak), Wenkchemna Peak(Wenkchemna). The names in bracket are the original native name.

Alesund, Norway
Alesund is a city with concentrated traditional Nouveau architechture. The birdseye view of the entire town can be experienced on the park of Mount Aksla. The buildings are decorated with beautiful vibrant colors.

Petra, Jordan
Famous for its astounding rock-cut architecture. It remained as the symbol of Jordan and the most visited tourist attraction. It is also listed by BBC as "the 40 places you have to see before you die".

Sky Lantern Festival, Taiwan
Sky Lantern Festival was held annually. People as well as tourists flocks PingXi annually to release thousands of lanterns with greetings and good fortune. The lanterns are designed to be lit for approximately 10-15 minutes, this is to avoid aircraft hazards.

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