Places I haven't been... yet
The swing at the end of the world, Banos, Ecuador
The Swing at the End of the World, Baños, Ecuador - Playscapes
The Playscape Chronicles of Frode Svane
The Playscape Chronicles of Frode Svane - Playscapes
Glastonbury Tor: Celtic civilizations considered it the entrance to the home of the Gwyn ap Nudd, the Lord of the Underworld and King of Fairies while pagans may have used it to celebrate the Goddess. Also possibly King Arthur's Avalon, and linked to the Holy Grail. To further add to all the speculation, archeologists have found remains of seven deep, symmetrical terraces on the hill's slopes, which could be anything from Middle Age crop land to a Neolithic labyrinth.
Medieval, Ashford Castle, Mayo, Ireland
Tree tunnel Northern Ireland: The Dark Hedges is a beech alley planted in County Antrim in the eighteenth century. The ancient gnarly trees form a natural arched tunnel which is now one of the most famous local landmarks.
Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland
Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, UK