Sri Lanka – Adam’s Peak: A dented rock sits at the top of the pyramid peak, in the midst of the tea country.
North Island, New Zealand – The Cape Reinga: Located at the edge of Northland, wherein the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea collide.
Peru and Bolivia – The Lake Titicaca: Glimmering at the altitude of 3,800m, this wide Lake Titicaca is central to birth of Inca civilization.
Germany – The Wittenberg: Martin Luther, a priest, and professor attached 95 theses to Wittenberg’s Schlosskirche.
Tibet Autonomous Region, China -The Mount Kailash: Kailash is more beyond a mountain with 6714m high on the western Tibet.
Japan – The Kyoto: Kyoto was known previously as Heian-Kyo, “Capital of Tranquility and Peace”.
Cordoba, Spain – The La Mezquita: Mezquita is a Spanish term for mosque, and the Cordoban complex truly.
British Columbia, Canada – The S’Gang Gwaay: The archipelago of Haida Gwaii was occupied by the Haida people for about 8000 years.