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In Pictures: Here are most beautiful little towns in the world

The small towns that seem to be abandoned but the few inhabitants wake up to magnificent landscapes

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In Pictures: Here are most beautiful little towns in the world

The small towns that seem to be abandoned but the few inhabitants wake up to magnificent landscapes

16 April 2018 Monday 14:50
In Pictures: Here are most beautiful little towns in the world

1- GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN / GERMANY

The small, charming town of 1936 Winter Olympics, Germany's highest altitude.


2- A VILLAGE / TIMETER IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Only one of many villages established to support the monasteries hidden in the Himalayas, which are only accessible by foot or by horse.


3- REINE / NORWAY

It is a fishing village in the town of Moskeesoya. The village, with a population of 329, was named Norway's most beautiful village on these days.


4- DEFAULT / FAROE ISLANDS

Located on 213 meters of steep rocks in the Faroe Islands north of Scotland, this mansion is only accessible by a single ladder built by the English at World War II. Only 18 people live in the village.


5- COLMAR / FRANCE

This village, known for its delicious aromas, is regarded as the capital of the wine. This village, located at the beginning of the 1200s, has been nicknamed "little Venice" because of the channels through it.


6- MARSAXLOKK / MALTA

B.C. In 900, after the Phoenicians settled in Malta, they used Marsaxlokk as a trade port. Today, the locals are engaged in fishing.


7- BLED / SLOVENIA

Bled was founded in 1004 and was presented to the Brixen bishop by the Roman Emperor. There are many wonderful spa centers in the 5000-population town.


8- HALLSTATT / AUSTRIA

History of Hallstatt, one of Austria's oldest towns It dates back to 5000 years.


9- MANAROLA / ITALY

This church, which was painted with rainbow colors with a construction date of 1338 as a church in the town, was able to remain as intact as it was sunny because of its natural defenses.


10- BIBURY / ENGLAND

The name of this town, which is one of the most beautiful towns of England, is also in the book of Doomsday which was written in 1086.


11- ANNECY / FRANCE

Despite the French Alps surrounding Annecy, it is a place worth seeing more.


12 - GÖREME / IN TURKEY

The city is based on the ancient Roman Empire era. The peribacals in the district support the built houses and some churches are built directly into these peribacas.


13- LEAVENWORTH / WASHINGTON - USA

This place, which appears to be a European city, was built with the Bavarian model.


14- QUEENSTOWN / NEW ZELANDA

First, European explorers were a population explosion after William Gilbert Rees and Nicholas von Tunzelmann found gold in this place, which was settled in 1860.


15- RIVER VILLAGE JIUZHAIGOU / CHINA

There is not much information about this village which serves as a fortress for the army.


16- SHIRAKAWA-GO / JAPAN

The houses of this traditional Japanese village are built with incredible strength due to falling roofs of the houses. Mysterious forests and high mountains surrounding it made this town a difficult place to capture.


17- PUCON / SHELL

Behind this town, the number one venue for adventurers in Chile, embraces a rising lake of active volcanoes and horror, attracting every one of them.


18- MORRO DE SAO PAULO / BRAZIL

Since no vehicles are accepted to the island, this motel is only accessible by boat and private plane. In ancient times, pirates and the Portuguese used them as a base.


19- ALBARRACIN / SPAIN

Albarracin, a medieval village, displays Levantine art very well.


20- CHEFCHAOUEN / FAS

A lot of people already know this town that has houses painted in blue.


21- CHICHILIANNE / FRANCE

Chichilianne is a charming town in the French Alps where people live just over 200.


22- PUCİSCA / CROATIA

Brac Island is a European island with very high quality stones, and it is exactly in this island of Pucisca.


23- CAMDEN TOWN / MAINE - USA

The American continent is the first colonized town of Camden after it was discovered by the English. During the revolution in America, the city was used as a meeting place by Americans. Currently, the population is around 5,000.


24- VESTMANNAEYJAR / ICELAND

There are still 150 plant species and millions of bird species still not classified on the borders of the town, which is still in the foothills of an active volcano mountain.


25- BYRON BAY / AUSTRALIA

The town, where famous British captain James Cook gave his name to honor the Royal Navy officer John Byron, is home to 5000 people.


26- ERICEIRA / PORTUGUESE

It is worth mentioning that you will have a hard time finding a place to have your towel in the town with 7000 residences and 40 beaches dating back to 1200 years of history.


27- EZE / FRANCE

There is less than 3,000 people living in the town on the hill, which is a breathtaking view. History BC It is based on 2000 years.


28- TENBY / GALLERIES

In Galce, Tenby means "small fish fortress". History BC This city, which dates back to 900, is a natural defense between the Irish Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.


29- ITTOQQORTOORMIIT / GRONLAND

It is as difficult to pronounce as it is to pronounce ittoqqortoormiit. Once you arrive in Iceland once a week, you can reach the town with the help of a helicopter.

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