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Top 15 Most Beautiful Places To take Good Selfies In The World

Zak Ben - Tuesday, April 08, 2014
Here are the most beautiful places where it is worth getting a Let Me Take a Selfie, maybe just to make your friends jealous.

Top 15 Most Beautiful Places To take Good Selfies In The World

15 Trolltunga, Norway

This rock formation is located in Odda, Norway and is the dream of thrill seekers. To get there you have to walk for more than four hours. The Trolltunga, from which you can access the rest of Hardangervidda, it can be a starting point for longer trips, such as to Harteigen.

14 Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls, with a maximum height of 300 meters have to brave the inifinity natural pool more beautiful and dangerous in the world. It's called Devil's Pool and from here the water starts a leap into the void for over 100 meters

13 Hoi An, Vietnam

A city that is a true cultural melti ' pot. It was an important trading center between the 16th and 17th centuries thanks to its old port, when it was inhabited by Chinese, Japanese, Dutch and Indians. 

12 Mineral Beach, Dead Sea

No trip to Palestine/Israel is complete unless you stop to spread the mud on the skin, rich in nutrients and take yourself a photo before you float in the salty waters of the dead sea where you will never drown. 

11 Chittorgarh Fort, India

OK, so you may need the self timer, if nothing else to be sure to frame the entire scenario soggestivo. Built in 7th century is considered the large fortress in India.

10 Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Don't miss a shot in the first u.s. National Park which stretches for miles 3468.

9 Cape Town, South Africa

You could take a photo from the top of Table Mountain or better from Boulders Beach, the beach where penguins live

8 Zion National Park, Utah

Hikers, bikers and climbers who can find their paradise in this incredible Park.

7 On a sleigh, Ontario

You can take pictures while you're riding a sleigh to discover nature so little conventional.

6 Antelope Canyon

Walk between formations that change color. Antelope Canyon is one of the most visited places in the United States, located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona

5 Plitvice National Park, Croatia

Plitvice National Park is the largest of the entire Croatia, and extends for about 300 miles of wooded hills. Contains 16 Lakes and countless waterfalls. Depending on the time of year and the amount of sunlight, the colors of the ponds flows from emerald green, to blue.

4 Mendenhall Ice Cave, Alaska

Temporary caves worth visiting when temperatures are cold, though, because of rising temperatures, some caves have already reduced one-third their original size.

3 Brooklyn Bridge

I certainly cannot miss a selfie on one of the world's most famous bridges.

2 Maligne Lake, Alberta, Canada

This Lake is located in Jasper National Park. Famous for its spectacular view over the Canadian Rockies, the Lake is also known for the island of the spirits.

1 Cinque Terre, Italy

A palette of colors to photograph. Every village of the Cinque Terre is worth a visit, here's why