Five Most Interesting place around the World you need to Know
The earth is filled up with many interesting places. Some are unique which makes them ideal vacation destinations. Here are some unique places which you can think of visiting next time when you plan a vacation.
1. Burano Islands
Called to be the brightest town in the world. It is located 7 km away from Venice. One can reach here by boat from Venice which will take around 40 minutes. It is famous for its multicoloured houses which makes the streets look like a rainbow. The main occupation of the people there is fishing. According to legend people started colouring their houses so that they could see them even in thick fog and avoid crashing at the harbour. The most interesting thing is that no two adjoining houses has the same colour. Moreover if someone wishes to paint a house,an application must be sent to the government first.
This is the capital city of Ecuador. It has a monumnent called “Ciudad Mitad del Mundo” or “Middle of the World city” in a park. A thick yellow line runs through the ground that marks the precise position of the Equator.
It is a villagein Benin, located in West Africa. The peculiarity of this villagr is that its houses are built on the river Nokoue. It is very popular among the tourists. It was built by the locals on the 16th or 17th century to avoid the European traders make the shallow waters and the island of Nokoue a place of refugees.
It is a village in Poland and one of the country’s top attraction. This is because the small wooden cottages of this village is paintef with vibrant colours. They do not hire a painter for it but do it themselves. At first it started when every single resident began painting their homes to cover some flaws. They made their own brush from the cow’s tail. Later this turned into a tradition and they started painting their houses once in every year and thus created the village of art.
5. Phugtal Gompa
The Phugtal Monastry or the Phugtal Gompa is a Buddhist monastry located in Ladakh. This monastry looks like a bee hive. The monastry can be accessible only on foot. Supplies to the monastry are brought on horses, donkeys and mules in summer while in winter they are transported through the frozen Zanskae river.