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The Tule Tree, or El Árbol del Tule, is a Montezuma cypress tree on the grounds of a church in Santa María del Tule in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It measures more than 119 feet around but is only 116 feet high. It's believed that the tree is about 2,000 years old. Local legend holds that the tree was planted 1,400 years ago by a priest of the Aztec storm god. According to National Geographic, it is the inspiration for an annual festival in Oaxaca celebrated on the second Monday of October.

Arizona- Chocolate Falls!! So cool to see. It is about a 20-30 minute drive NE of Flagstaff on your way towards Leupp. You have to drive on a dirt road for a couple of miles but is totally worth seeing. The best time to see it is during the spring.

Beautiful Fields in Hillside Hokkaido, Japan >>> This is so magical. I would love to see this in real life.

I am torn with this one... I have a big problem with people touching monuments and art when they shouldn't. I do have to agree tho this is an amazing photo

Glass Beach, FOrt Bragg, North Carolina. I want to visit this place someday! This ocean coast used to be a dump and now it's a protected state park but all the glass thrown into the ocean has now been beaten and returned to shore as sea glass!

16 things to visit in 16 cities in England – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London

If this is true, it is now on my bucket list.

A bridge in Paris that couples attach a lock then throw the keys into the water with their names or initials engraved on the lock; locked forever.

The Shahara Bridge, Yemen, build to fight turkish invaders. The legend says that the local people can remove the bridge in few minutes in case of imminent danger!

The ivy-covered drawbridge gate at Hever Castle, in Kent, England.

Watkins Glen State Park, NY. Gorgeous.

Sandstone Falls, West Virginia. I just love my homes state...so beautiful