A few places to visit before the world ends and why (20 Photos)

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  • Gordon

    first, rocks in a circle been there.

    • jeyson

      round of aplause to the nuts…..loser

    • tommy

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  • mike

    Wow….just wow

    • Ned Plimpton

      I would love to get high….. At all these places.

  • passwordistaco

    #18 Biggest cemetery ever?

  • joe

    #1#7#11#14

    • Tebow

      Kinda like your style joe! I'm Greek and the top 2 places for me are Peru and Australia

    • El_Hefe

      My parents have been to Santorini that's when we were living in Greece (Crete)

  • Fetishist

    Can't you do your job at these places? Laptop

  • Jack_LeMac

    All of these places would be amazing to visit, but #11 Machu Picchu is 8,000 miles above sea level? Seems a little steep

    • Unfkngblvbl

      yeah, 42,000,000 feet above sea level is a bit high.

    • Captain Obvious

      supposed to be 8000ft

      • 16inchzipper

        Are you sure?

    • Zedhere

      8,000 Feet me thinks they meant..

    • J.D.

      lol I scrolled down to see if anyone else noticed that

  • Lepley

    #11
    Might want to recheck facts…8000 MILES seems a bit much

  • passwordistaco

    #11 8,000 miles above sea level? I must visit this floating paradise!

    • Maynard B.

      I think that would officially put you in outer space.

  • etcrr

    #1 Bora Bora before I die, that would be fine

    • Mo'Phat

      Yep. It doesn't suck.

    • Duke

      #1 Stayed at that resort for my honeymoon. Amazing!

  • Unfkngblvbl

    #2 nope the Amazon will KILL YOU!

    • MattKL

      It almost took out the Rock, it's a bad mother.

    • Tebow

      Wasn't that Documentary "Anaconda" filmed there?

  • http://echogeo.wordpress.com/ echogeo

    #13
    Haven't been yet. Friends that have all say the same thing. Pictures do not do it justice. Seeing it first hand is mind blowing.

    • Your Name Here

      Your friends are right.

      • World Citizen

        Rome in general. Outside of NYC it's the most awe-inspiring city in the world. Indeed, it was the NYC of it's time.

  • Viper

    #11 8 thousand miles above sea level, really? Traveling there would be a feat in itself…

    • Ty-Ty

      lol was thinking the same thing

  • dwide schrude

    #20 so.. has anyone ever like, been inside to see if any of that stuff is actually in there?

    • Ned Plimpton

      Pretty sure the public is only allowed to enter the chapel…. IF the ark is actually there, I'm sure it's in a secret room heavily guarded. It's just a rumor that this particular building holds the ark though. Some say it's here. Others say it's under Temple Mount. Others say it's hidden in Mt. Nebo. I don't think anyone actually knows for sure.

      • Shockteck

        The photo is of "The Chapel of the Tablet" which is where it is contained. And only the head monk can view it which leads to speculation that it's not real.

  • Underbaker

    #6 Yes Slartibartfast does nice work.

    • RoastBeef315

      very well played

    • Not Important

      I told you my name wasn't important…

  • skeptical

    #11
    8 thousand miles above sea level? I'll bring an oxygen tank!

    • Epitomizer

      The grass is always greener in inner space.

  • MattKL

    So many places to see before I die. Beautiful places though.

  • Professor Squish

    #18 Wait, so it's not as long now as it used to be?

  • KYLE

    End of the world or not, #20 can probably be skipped. If you did go, you can't go inside so you'd get essentially the same view as the photo, plus you wouldn't have to go to Ethiopia.

  • zgb

    good job chive , didn't know u have even heard of Croatia, let alone Plitvice

  • Jimmy

    "Machu Picchu . . . Located almost eight thousand miles above sea level in Peru", wow 1/4 of the way to the moon, well done Incas. In all seriousness though, it is one of the coolest things I've ever seen

    • James

      "wow 1/4 of the way to the moon"
      Um, try 1/30, not 1/4. Moon == 240,000 miles away == 30 * 8,000 miles.
      All moot since 8,000 miles != 8,000 feet.

    • prpl

      Back to math class for you.

  • dennispartain

    #6
    Norway's Eastern side is Sweden, you mean the Western side of Norway has beautiful fjords, which it does

  • MWB

    It's 8000 feet above sea level. Not miles. Morons.

    • seriously

      wow it was a typo. calm down.

  • MacNCheesePro

    #10 Remember, if you go in there for the Holy Grail, only the penitent man will pass!

    • ddd

      MORTAL KOMBAT!!!

      • Jack_LeMac

        Test your might

  • http://www.thechive.com NonfatWombat

    #5 It's not every day that you're hometown gets a mention on the Chive. Thanks for the reference!

    • Tebow

      How's the Vegemite sandwich?

      • Maynard B.

        WHAT is a vegemite sandwich?

  • thebradhatter

    #16
    The Taj is so amazing that it looks fake even when you first see it (it looks like a backdrop with a picture of the Taj). It's too bad that its basically the only thing to see in Agra.

    • Raj

      The Taj is so damn huge in real life. You can't tell from pictures but it is nearly 60 stories high.

    • _maxPain_

      plus the pollution is turning the marble to a yellow ish color,,may I recommend you bring along couple bottles of Pepto Bismol….

    • Sam Perkins

      I didn't think the Taj was worth the trip, head north towards Shimla into the Himalayas instead

      • thebradhatter

        Its worth the trip if you're in India for 3 months on business…otherwise, it is sort of out of the way considering there really isn't much around it (though, I did like Jaipur).

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