Qutub Minar, the tallest minaret built in bricks in the world in Delhi, India (by federico).
Narrow paved alley in Naoussa, Cyclades, Greece (by Marite2007).
Path behind Düden Waterfalls near Antalya, Turkey (by manrezaei).
After one year and a half on Tumblr I’m still amazed when some people are asking how was it in all this places I was posting about. Now, I don’t want to be mean, but let’s get serious, I think it’s hard to believe that anyone in this world actually seen all these places for real. Sure, if I had a load of money I would have spent them all travelling the world, until then my virtual dream will continue…
Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park, USA (by mbasil).
The medieval streets of Peratallada in Catalunya, Spain (by Jonathan Blanquez).
Chenonceau Castle and a ballon reflected on the Cher river, France (by kLe).
Waterfalls in Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia (by MARIUS).
Sedlec Ossuary in Kutná Hora, Czech Republic (by Squicker).
Entrance to Akiyoshi Cave, the largest cave in Japan (by bro-mark).
The mayan pyramid at Caracol in Cayo district, Belize (by mike.bulter).
The old aqueduct of Stari Bar, Montenegro (by valdek3).
Stairway inside the caves of Beit Guvrin National Park, Israel (by elroyie).
Azari style of persian architecture at Jameh Mosque in Yazd, Iran (by Leo Kerner).
Beautiful timber-frame houses in Wernigerode, Germany (by akustyk).