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Old Posted Jan 22, 2009, 7:57 AM
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More villages,

Zengchong







Huangyao, Guanxi Province





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Old Posted Jan 22, 2009, 8:15 AM
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Yangshuo, Guilin Province












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China's mountains in that particular province are SO FREAKING AWESOME!!!
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gorgeous photos, muppet.
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2009, 9:36 PM
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some in France - all pics from wiki

Èze


Besançon


La Roque-Gageac


Baume-les-Messieurs


Rocamadour


Beynac


Balazuc


Moustiers-Sainte-Marie


Le Puy en Velay


Brantes


Les Baux de Provence


Sisteron


Ste-Énimie


Les Andelys


St-Cirq-Lapopie


Domme


Montségur


Vernet


Talmont


Peillon


Étretat


Castelbouc


Bonneval-sur-Arc


Saorge


Lescun
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Old Posted Jan 23, 2009, 12:14 AM
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gorgeous, I love Belancon, it's places looking like this that make me want to have grown up there:



Lescun is a dream:


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I know some of these places have been mentioned, but I had some personal photos I was going to share with ya'll.

Cinque Terre (Five-Lands):

Manarola:



Vernazza:



Riomaggiore:



Some Venice pictures:



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Incredible.
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Mont St Michel, France



Bern, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland



Austria



Bagan, Myanmar, valley of 700 temples:

Wow that picture of Burma takes my breath away.
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fantastic. Wonderful places. Those french photos (Elsonic) are amazing. I did visit Venice, and it is not at all over-hyped. Florence was superb as well.
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Wow! Those Chinese villages are incredible. I've always wanted to visit China but mostly for it's massive cities. Now I'd go their for other reasons.

Stockholm should be added to this list, from what I've seen in pics it's surroundings are pretty incredible.
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some more of Fenghuang:


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This thread reeks of awesomeness!
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La Paz Bolivia. Situated at an altitude of 3640 meters, La Paz is home to around 800,000 people. It's neighboring city, El Alto is home to another 650,000 people who live at 4150 meters altitude. In the background of most pictures you see of La Paz is Illimani (6438m) which in Aymara means 'golden eagle.'





Illimani from Bolivia's main airport, El Alto international airport.
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are you freakin serious? that is so dope! They even threw in some mariachis in the rendering haha.
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Lake of the Clouds Hut on the trail to the summit of Mt Washington:

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