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Photographer takes breathtaking pictures of European mountain ranges

Roberto Bertero, 44, braved extreme temperatures of up to -30C to capture the spectacular beauty of mountains in Italy and France.

from Business Insider

20 places you should visit before they disappear

Bad news for hikers and winter sports fans: Climate change has a strong effect on the Alps because they're at a lower altitude than other mountain ranges, such as the Rockies. Every year, the European mountain range loses around 3% of glacial ice, which means that by 2050 there might not be any more glaciers.

Alpine marmot by JiMchal - The Alpine Marmot is a ground squirrel that lives in high grasslands of the Alps and other European mountain ranges

from Condé Nast Traveler

10 Places to Visit Before They're Lost to Climate Change

This European mountain range has long served as a Shangri-La for skiers, stretching across eight countries and providing some of the most sought-after slopes in the world. With increasing temperatures, however, significant snowmelt continues to shorten the season for winter sports. Many resorts have already begun to compensate by offering spa treatments and outdoor activities like horseback riding or tennis to lure more off-season visitors.

from The Weather Channel

Breathtaking National Parks Around the World (PHOTOS)

50 National Parks around the world: Yosemite and Yellowstone National Parks might be beautiful, but they are not the only stunning parks this planet has to offer. The world is full of stunning nationally protected parks spanning vast African savannahs, European mountain ranges, South American rainforests and beautiful beaches - and all of these destinations are extremely popular with tourists.

from The New Yorker


'Scrublands' by Antoine Bruy Bruy travelled across a number of European mountain ranges, including the Carpathians and the Pyrenees, to document people who are trying to gain, in his words, “greater energy, food, economic, or social autonomy.”

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Nahargarh Fort

Nahargarh Fort is a famous tourist attraction in Jaipur that was constructed by Sawai Man Singh. The construction of this fort was completed in 1734 and was expanded in 1868. This fort has huge walls and bastions that were later renovated in 1880 by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh, with murals and beautiful designs. Situated on the Aravalli Mountain Range, it reflects the unique fusion of Indian and European architectural styles.