Earth is full of so many magical places. Places that you can picture coming straight from the pages of fairy tales. Places that look as if they don’t really exist. People spend their entire lives searching for these places. They hike enormous mountains, or follow twisting trails into the unknown, just for a glimpse of paradise. Most of these places are untouched by humans, which is one of the reasons why they’re able to maintain such incredible beauty. We found some of the most beautiful places in the world on the subreddit /r/MostBeautiful/ for your viewing pleasure.The schist bridge, originally built in 1874, was designed by Jacob Wrey Mould. It offers an absolutely perfect view of the New York skyline.
It looks as if you can just hop right on and head to the North Pole. Hopefully, Santa Claus is at the end of this ride!
What many people don’t know is that the breathtaking peacock is the name for the colorful male of the species. The female is called the peahen.
The season of summer in Japan is a time to celebrate these colorful explosions in the sky. In fact, over 200 fireworks festivals known as “Hanabi Taikai” are held across the country, dating all the way back to the 18th century.
This would surely be a romantic moment to share and a wonderful way to end the day.
Farmland is full of endless hills of crops that go as far as the eyes can see. The serenity on this Iowa farm is definitely meant to be appreciated.
The Strokkur Geyser, in Iceland, erupts every four to eight minutes. This photographer was a patient one and captured it at the ultimate time during sunset.
The park is located in the Northwest territories of Canada. One of the things that makes this park so extraordinary, is that it took millions of years to form.
The garden’s main attraction is the Wisteria Flower Tunnel. It costs a small entry fee, but the experience of getting to walk underneath such amazingly beautiful flowers is worth it.
The landscape is so breathtaking, it’s no wonder why. I’m sure the music of the past can be heard rolling through the hills.
It actually looks as if the rich shade of purple stretches on forever. Not only is lavender beautiful to look at, it smells amazing, as well.
The orange of the sunset contrasts beautifully against the purple of the lavender. It looks like the type of day you end with music and a fire.
This photographer was lucky enough to capture these giraffes crossing the plains of Namibia’s Namib-Naukluft National Park. What an wonderful experience it must have been to witness these majestic animals in motion.
You can almost picture an entire world existing in each of the bubbles. Who would’ve thought that a leaf on a smoketree could be so beautiful?
This stunning church is located on Lake Bled, Slovenia. It’s definitely not surprising that many weddings are held here, it’s so magical looking.
The lotus flower represents patience and purity in the Buddhist religion. Anyone who witnesses a lotus bloom can see its pure color shine bright against the murky waters it dwells in.
Bergpark Wilhelmshohe, in Germany, is definitely proof of that. You can hardly tell where the water begins and the land ends.
Consumed by thick fog, these vast, rolling hills have a mysterious feel to them. You can feel coolness surrounding you just by looking at this picture.
This picture of the full moon over Matshushima Bay is surely one that should be spoken of. It’s so large in the sky and it appears to give the whole world a purple hue.
Electricity makes this picture so astounding. Taken in Castelmezzano, Italy, this picture shows the contrast between the city lights and the dark night sky.
Although I’m not sure you’d want to wake up in a cave on the Jordanian shore of the Dead Sea, but it’s amazing. The hanging salt crystals don’t look too safe, but it sure is pretty.
These homes in Tromso, Norway look like little dollhouses or a painting. One thing that can’t be denied is how cute they are.
This view was taken from below the plants of the Aktun Ha cenote, in Mexico. The photographer really captured a unique perspective.
Architecture is incredible, as well. The Brooklyn Bridge in New York is a perfect example of how massive structures of steel can take your breath away, as well.