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World’s five best places to witness the splendor

World’s five best places to witness the splendor

Visitor, who can afford the luxury to see the whole world and to appreciate the beauties of it, is one among hundreds. Having a world tour would be the dream of millions but a few can make the dream come true. Here are some of the places to visit and witness the majesty.

Mount Rushmore

A good start would be a journey to the museum that displays two different aspects of the Great Plains history, a scientific explanation based on fossils and geologic cross-sections along with mythological explanation. Mount Rushmore National Monument is world renowned, offering 60 foot long chiseled faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. They say that the best time to view theses iconic busts is between sunrise and ten o’clock. The famous Custer State Park that covers 71,000 acres of rolling grasslands and pine forests is the home to about 1,500 buffalo, one of the largest herds in the US Jeep safari drives. Jewel Cave National Monument in Mount Rushmore is the third longest cave in the world with 133 miles mapped passages.

Millennium Park

Millennium Park and surrounding downtown area has something for everyone, be it the indoor activities or outdoor performances and art exhibits. Restaurants serve Italian, Mexican, traditional American and Middle Eastern cuisine. Seafood restaurants and steak houses are also there to meet the expectations of the visitors. This beautiful place in Chicago offers Pritzker Pavilion, Harris Theater, Crown Fountain, Lurie Garden, BP Footbridge, and Cloud Gate.

Statue of Liberty

A gift of friendship from people of France to people of the United States, Lady Liberty has been a symbol of hope and democracy since 1886. At approximately 305 feet (93m), including the pedestal, statue dominates Liberty Island. Historic halls and galleries at Ellis Island, where more than 12 million immigrants first entered, are worth visiting.

Central park of New York

Central Park is a must-see when you are in New York. This six-acre garden offers three styles (French, Italian and English), flowers, fountains, neatly trimmed hedges and beautiful walkways. For animal lovers, the Central Park has a zoo where you can get to see lions, penguins and snow monkeys jumping over the rocks.

Eiffel Tower

Named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower, Eiffel Tower is 324 meters tall, about the same height as an 81-storey building. You can enjoy the food at one of the restaurants like the Le Jules Verne on Eiffel Tower.


If you can afford and a get a chance to visit these places, you surely would be one of the luckiest persons in the world. Eyes pop out appreciating the uniqueness and beauty of the places.

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