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One color is what usually characterizes a country or a city through most landscapes, and this is reflected in the mind of a traveler when the visit or when seeing individual pictures from there. In Antarctica, for example, immediately bring to mind the blue, while in Africa we think the dark brown. By the same logic thinking about Paris, Egypt or India, making a magical and colorful journey through the colors of the world!
1. Red, Paris
2. Purple, Tasmania
3. Yellow, Mozambique
4. Blue, Antarctica
5. Brown, Africa
6. Gold, Egypt
7. Green, Indonesia
8. Black, New York
9. Blue, Greece
10. Pink, Netherlands
11. White, Iceland
12. Grey, UK
In this case size does matter, especially the miles. Beaches in the world spanning several miles in length, offering lasting pleasures.
The 12 greatest beaches in the world earn their impressions and make visitors … feel welcome and viewers … fanatic! Enjoy them.
12. Clifton Beach – Pakistan, 16 km
11. Colva Beach, India, 19 km
10. Muizenberg, South Africa, 19 km
9. Stockton Beach, Australia, 32 km
8. Long Beach, Washington, 48 miles
7. Virginia Beach, Virginia, 56 miles
6. Playa Novillero, Mexico, 80 km
5. Ninety Mile Beach, New Zealand, 141 km
4. Ninety Mile Beach, Australia, 141 km
3. Padre Island, Texas, 209 miles
2. Cox ‘s Bazar, Bangladesh, 241 km
1. Praia do Cassino Beach, Brazil, 241 km
The desert Namibia has some of the highest and most spectacular sand dunes in the world, in some places reaching to the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, creating one of the most surreal sights …! Blonde or orange color of the sand is in stark contrast with the infinite blue of the sea in a picture that takes your breath away.
The best vantage point is none other than the town Swakopmund, Namibia, the largest coastal city in the country but also one of the nicest places that crowds gather. The origins of the city are German, while stands the old German neighborhood in the city center, making it even more the contrast observed by the visitor to the landscape.
One of the best known symbols of spring in Japan are the magnificent pink Japanese cherry trees, also called sakura. Starting in mid-March, the Internet is flooded with amazing pictures of all varieties of pink, blooming in parks and streets of different cities of Japan. The earliest city to blossom is Tokyo – this year its sakura trees are expected to be in full bloom by the end of March. Depending on a city, Japanese cherry trees may bloom even through May.
As the official Japanese school year starts in April, the first day back at school or work after the holidays usually coincides with the blooming of the sakuras. You will always see many locals picnicking under the cherries every season – the tradition is called hanami, and dates back to the 8th century!
Because the cherries blossom in bunches of flowers, they are symbolically associated with clouds, and stand for ephemeral nature of life in Japanese culture, that’s highly influenced by Buddhism. Sakura’s are often featured in Japanese art, movies, anime and manga. Curiously, the delicate cherry trees were once even used as part of the propaganda, in order to inspire the “Japanese spirit” before the wake of the World War II.
Even though sakura is the unofficial national flower of Japan, today they have spread to many other countries as well, mostly due to the Japanese diaspora. The blooming of the sakuras is definitely one of the most beautiful sights every spring, wherever you find them!