Europe

Wieliczka Salt Mine, Krakow, Poland

It is said that Krakow's salt mine is no less splendid than the pyramids of Egypt and any other spectacular wonders of the world. Started its operation in 13th century and consistently produced table salt until 2007, Wieliczka Salt Mine was then named as the world's oldest operating salt mine. Now listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it is the only salt mine in the world that is able to sustain such an immaculate and flawless state.

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Mary King’s Close, Edinburgh, Scotland

During the modernization of the Edinburgh’s Old Town, an old close under its city was built. The underground city acted as The Royal Exchange’s foundation when it was constructed in 1753. Some hundred years later, the underground street remains unscathed and now serves as one of Edinburgh’s most-famous attractions.

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The Paris Catacombs, France

Paris is known to be one of the most beautiful and alluring cities in the world. Many tourists head to this romantic city for a number of valid reasons: natural scenery, friendly and warm people, well-preserved historical structures, ancient architecture, culture and tradition, fashion, entertainment, shops, culinary, so on and so forth.

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Cappadocia, Turkey

Famous for its moon-like landscapes, rock-carved houses, cave churches and underground cities, Cappadocia is regarded as the historic city of Turkey‘s Central Anatolia region. It has an extraordinary landscape comprising of unique rock formation, making Cappadocia one of the most-intriguing tourist spots in the world.

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Top 10 Grand Boulevard in the World

Accentuated with glorified buildings, quaint shops, delightful cafes and perfectly-landscaped horse-chestnut trees, Champs-Elysees stretches its irresistible beauty from a public square called Place de la Concorde to a famous landmark, the Arc de Triomphe. In France, Champs - Elysees is regarded as the most upscale and high-end boulevard where prestigious and luxurious shops are seen in every turn.

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Blue Grotto, Capri

The Blue Grotto is the famous sea cave in Italy, on the coast of the island of Capri. Its official name, Grotto Azzurra, is courtesy of its stunning feature--the blue reflection created by the sunlight that passes through the seawater.

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Temple Bar, Dublin

Temple Bar is known as Dublin's award-winning Old City that serves as a calming alternative to the hustle and the bustle of the city center. As Dublin's "Bohemian Quarter," this place is packed with action ranging from culinary, entertainment and art.

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