These Photos of Machu Picchu Are Simply Stunning
Machu Picchu is one of the most fascinating places in the entire world.
The Road to Machu Picchu Makes it Even More Breathtaking
The famous Machu Picchu is a 15th-Century Inca site that lies some 2,430 meters (7,970 ft) above sea level. It is located in the Cusco Region, Urubamba Province, Machu Picchu District in Peru.
Discover 7 Unknown & Captivating Secrets of Machu Picchu
See Also: These Pictures of Machu Picchu Are Simply Stunning 1. Is Machu Picchu really the lost city of the Incas? Machu Picchu is famous for being the “Lost City of the Incas”, a name that was given to it by explorer Hiram Bingham when he had found it back in 1911.
Prepare to Experience the Sheer Beauty of Peru
In the video below, you'll be able to witness the splendor of Machu Picchu, travel to the heart of Lima, and even go on an adventure deep into the Sacred Valley. Have a pleasant trip!
Travel Through Fascinating Peru From Your Couch Right Now
This interactive map will show you 14 select tourist destinations, including but not limited to the epic Incan ruins of Machu Picchu, Rainbow Mountains, the capital, Lima, and so much more. Each location on the map contains a short HD video of the tourist destination.
A Breathtaking Journey Above the Andes Mountains of Peru
The sights featured in this video include Lake Humantay, Machu Picchu, Ausangate Moutain, and Trek, Vivicunca Rainbow Mountain, and Lima. Immerse yourself in the vastness and beauty of this unique region.
14 of the Best Entries for the NatGeo 2015 Photo Contest
Click on an image to see a larger version Mystical light in magical Machu Picchu Kannan V. The Blue Universe Hiroki Kondo Here, humans are the minority… Steffen Flügel Evening streeeetch.
Take These 7 Virtual Tours of Breathtaking Locations
Machu Picchu, Peru Machu Picchu (meaning “Old Mountain” in Quechua) is one of the most stunning stone architectures the world has seen. It has been one of the top tourist destinations in Peru, and for good reason.
These Past and Present Comparison Photos Are So Powerful
The before and after pictures below show how nothing in our world is left untouched by time – from the site of the Hiroshima disaster in Japan to the ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. These surreal shots have been captured from the same locations years or even centuries apart.
25 Places I'd Love to Be In Right Now!
Against a llama in Machu Picchu. Floating in a swimming pool movie theater. In this river resort in Bali. In this kayak in Glacier Bay, Alaska. 25 Places You'd Rather Be Right Now!
16 Views Your Eyes Should Reflect In Your Lifetime
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Each of These Locations is More Astounding than the Last
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Stunning Rice Terraces from Around the World!
Machu Picchu, Peru The early mist covers the rice terraces of the Guangxi Province, China Rice Terraces in Longsheng near Guilin China. Stunning Rice Terraces from Around the World!
24 Breathtaking Hotels You Will Not Want to Check Out From
Golden Gate, San Francisco source 5) Caesar Augustus Hotel, Anacapri, Italy source 6) The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada source 7) The Omnia, Zermatt, Switzerland source 8) Hotel Hassler Roma, Rome, Italy source 9) Villa la Estancia, Los Cabos, Mexico source 10) Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, Machu
25 Places in South America I Must Visit...
1) Machu Picchu, Peru 2) Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina 3) Torres del Paine, Chile 4) Easter Island, Chile 5) Lake Atitlan, Guatemala 6) Iguazu Falls, between Brazil and Argentina 7) Ushuaia, Argentina 8) Amazon Rainforest 9) Tayrona, Colombia 10) Punta del Este, Uruguay 11) Cocora Valley, Colombia
10 Famous Sights With Lookalikes That Can Be Seen for Free
Machu Picchu and Isla del Sol Machu Picchu is the most popular Inca city. Yet there is no food or water and only a limited number of tourists are allowed to pass through. It is also pretty tiring and expensive to visit. As an alternative, go to Bolivia and another Inca city, Isa del Sol. 4.
9 Major Travel Destinations That Will Reopen This Summer
Machu Picchu Peru is one of those countries that rely heavily on tourism, with the famous Machu Picchu alone attracting 1.5 million tourists in 2019.
The Bold and Powerful Paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe
Hibiscus with Plumeria, 1939 Source Jimson Weed II, 1932 Source Black Mesa Landscape, New Mexico - Out Back of Mary`s II Source Blue Morning Glories, 1935 and Leaves of a Plant, 1942 Source & Source [related_articles] Sky Above Clouds IV, 1965 Source Peru - Machu Picchu, Morning Light, 1957 and Pelvis
This Man Found the Most Unusual Way to Beat Depression
Machu Picchu, Peru 11. Colca Canyon, Peru 12. The White Temple, Chiang Rai, Thailand 13. Cartagena, Colombia 14. Jaisalmer, India 15. Sapa, Vietnam 16. Zhangjaijie, China 17. Lijiang, China 18. Annapurna, Nepal 19. Huacachina, Peru 20. Pokhara, Nepal 21. Paracas, Peru 22.
Who Knew Stairs Could Be Such Works of Art?
Stairs to Machu Picchu Stepwell of Chand Baori, India Stairs to San Juan, Spain I Didn't Know Stairs Can Be This Beautiful. photos, travel, stairs Here are some of what I consider the most dazzling staircases the world has to offer.
This Is What Happens When We Try to Take Pro Photographs!
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Hilarious! When DIY Goes Ridiculously Wrong...
The world is full of celebrated works of supreme genius and technique, from the Eiffel Tower in Europe to Machu Picchu in the Americas. But, alas, the world also has had it's fair share of construction disasters too. Here are some of the very worst offenders.
9 Ancient Cities Your History Teacher Never Told You About
We’ve heard of ancient cities such as Pompeii, Sparta, or Machu Picchu, but the world is littered with ancient cities with incredible histories that few people know about.
Around the World in 100 Years: Can You Spot the Changes?
Machu Picchu, Peru (By Hiram Bingham III, Wikimedia Commons and Pixabay ) 5. Times Square, New York (By the Brown Brothers, Wikimedia Commons and Pixabay ) 6. Saint Paul’s Cathedral, London ( Wikimedia Commons and By Agkb, Wikimedia Commons ) 7. Yonge Street in Toronto, Canada (By Alexander W.