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Petra, Jordan. Petra is not mentioned in the Bible by that name; rather it is called by its Hebrew name, Sela, in Isaiah 16:1 and 2 Kings 14:7. Both “Petra” and Sela mean “rock,” an appropriate name since much of the city is carved into sandstone cliffs. Today its ruins lie uninhabited, in fulfillment of the prophetic word: “‘As Sodom and Gomorrah were overthrown, along with their neighboring towns,’ says the LORD, ‘so no one will live there; no people will dwell in it’” (Jer 49:18).

The Marvelous Floating Stage of the Bregenz Festival In Austria The festival has become renowned for its unconventional staging of shows.

Goreme in Cappadocia, Turkey. After Istanbul we went to Cappadocia and we had an amazing time there. We walked across the beautifull valleys, witnessed it's amazing rock structures, learned about ceramics and oh the food. This place is also famous for its hot air balloon rides. So, you should check that out #turkey

Ruins on Mount Nemrut, Turkey, burial site of kings, date from the first century B.C.

The Matterhorn towers over the village of Zermatt in the Swiss alps (photograph by Brian Jannsen)

Seaside, Portofino, Italy. Wow

St Magdalena Village, Val Di Funes, South Tirol, Italy

Maze Gardens at Ruspoli Castle ~ Northern Lazio, Italy