The yellow brick road from the abandoned theme park "The Land of Oz" in Beech Mountain, North Carolina

The yellow brick road from the abandoned theme park "The Land of Oz" in Beech Mountain, North Carolina

Águeda's Umbrella Sky Project began in 2011 as a part of the Portuguese city's annual Ágitagueda Art Festival. Each summer, when temperatures soar, a handful of Águeda's narrow streets feature canopies of colorful umbrellas that provide shade to the pedestrians below.

14 of the Most Beautiful Streets in the World

Águeda's Umbrella Sky Project began in 2011 as a part of the Portuguese city's annual Ágitagueda Art Festival. Each summer, when temperatures soar, a handful of Águeda's narrow streets feature canopies of colorful umbrellas that provide shade to the pedestrians below.

One of Oregon's best-kept secrets, a lush waterfall with a tunnel behind it for hikers. Tunnel Falls on Eagle Creek Trail (Columbia River Gorge, Oregon)

One of Oregon's best-kept secrets, a lush waterfall with a tunnel behind it for hikers. Tunnel Falls on Eagle Creek Trail (Columbia River Gorge, Oregon)

7 Fairytale Castles In Ireland

7 Fairytale Castles In Ireland

7 Fairytale Castles In Ireland [ Fairytale Castles In Ireland Aergo Wanderlust Approved!", Fairytale Castles In Ireland ~Jay (Who still needs to mov

Spooky Gulch, Utah - Located off the aptly named Hole-in-the-Rock Road in Coyote Gulch, southern Utah, Spooky Gulch is so-called because so little sunlight is able to reach its sandy, streambed bottom. No wider than 15 inches in most places, it is 30 feet deep.

Spooky Gulch, Utah - Located off the aptly named Hole-in-the-Rock Road in Coyote Gulch, southern Utah, Spooky Gulch is so-called because so little sunlight is able to reach its sandy, streambed bottom. No wider than 15 inches in most places, it is 30 feet deep.

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