6 Magnificent Places Around That World That Look Like They Came Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale.

By Michael Avery in Nature On 27th March 2018

#1 Reine Lofoten, Norway

This tiny fishing village in Norway is home to only 350 people. Founded in 1743 it's almost as if this village was snatched right out of a fairy tale and deposited cozily below the mountains in the background.

#2 Giethoorn, the Netherlands

This colorful little village located in the Netherlands One is full of amazing water channels. Only 100 years old, the people of the town get around using boats and bikes. The town is connected to its various mini islands by a series of wooden bridges. One look at this village and you can see just why it's called the Dutch Venice.

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#3 Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt is the home of around 1,000 people and is nestled safely between the Hallstätter See Lake and the Alps. Here you can see a perfect view of the Alps reflecting off of the pure blue lake. It's like you died and went to heaven.

#4 Longji Rice Terraces, Ping An, China

The terraces that are found in Ping An village of China is one of the most awe-inspiring sights you will ever see. They have been around for centuries after peasants built them in the 12th century on the steep slopes of the mountainside.

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#5 Marsaxlokk, Malta

Located on Malta in the middle of the Mediterranean sea lies the fishing village Marsaxlokk. The island is never hit by storms which allowed the people to build their beautiful homes very close to the water. The town is full of fishermen who have been doing it for several generations.

#6 Simiane-La-Rotonde Village in Provence, France

This town is home to Château des Agoult, a 12th-century castle that is a major tourist attraction. From the beautiful fields of lavender to the wonderful view of the Alps this French town has everything a beauty seeker could ever want.