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The most beautiful/breathtaking places you've been to.
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I haven't found a truly breathtaking place yet. I'll let you know when I find it.
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25 / M / Earth
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Cambodia! That place was amazing
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24 / M / Olympia
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Leshan Giant Buddha is very wonderful. The walk to get to the Buddha is amazing.


Just remember this was carved into the side of a cliff by a body of water. WITHOUT ANY electric machinery or power tools. All wood and stone tools. Its incredible.
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44 / F / Tacoma, WA
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Juneau Alaska is definitely the most beautifulest profoundliest tranquilest place ever. I used to live there. Mother nature rocks!
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22 / M / The World of Music
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The water in Corfu, Greece is really pretty. As for landscape, my most breathtaking place is Lake Powell

In the early mornings the water is so still that it gets that mirror quality, that mixed with those giant canyons, it looks amazing.
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30 / F / Seattle
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There's lots of beautiful places I've seen. My favorite view though is one I see everyday going home from school. Because I get to see it a lot.


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23 / F / Somewhere fun
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St. Kitts and Nevis. If you have never heard of it, look it up.

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25 / M / Florida
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Arches National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Pike's Peak, and the Dominican Republic.
Posted 3/29/13 , edited 3/29/13

Exijun wrote:

Leshan Giant Buddha is very wonderful. The walk to get to the Buddha is amazing.


Just remember this was carved into the side of a cliff by a body of water. WITHOUT ANY electric machinery or power tools. All wood and stone tools. Its incredible.


love that.
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Oakland California was breathtaking, but only because I was being chased.
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30 / F / Long Beach CA
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Posted 8/6/13 , edited 8/7/13
The Sequoia National Forest:)
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28 / F / SC
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No place like home



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22 / F / St. Maarten, Cari...
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Posted 8/7/13 , edited 8/7/13
Definitely Switzerland.
I stayed with some family in a little village close to Geneva and we took walks along Lake Geneva every night.
The view of the Alps was incredible, like postcard.
And you'd think a place like that would be flooded with tourists but it was practically deserted and very peaceful.

I live on an island, so I guess I'm pretty used to white sand and blue waters since I see it everyday.
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28 / F / Samsara
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my imagination and hell/heaven/garden of eden, anime, an airport...
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21 / F / USA
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I haven't been to a whole lot of places, but seeing all the lights from the top of the Empire State Building was cool
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