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Aínsa is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Spain.
Famous for the annual Running of the Bulls festival, Pamplona is the capital of the Navarre province.
Keen walkers can hike 7km (4.4m) for some incredible panorama vistas at Cotiella mountain.
The spectacular mountain retreat of Montserrat, home to a Benedictine monastery.
The Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres.
The Cardona Salt Mountain Cultural Park.
The Ordesa National Park has some of the best hiking in the Pyrenees.
Besalú's Pont Vell ('Old Bridge') dates back to the 12th Century.
The unfinished Church of Colònia Güell near Barcelona.
Corfe Castle in Purbeck, Dorset dates back to the 12th Century.
Bath Abbey viewed through York Street Arch.
The Jurassic Coast is famous for its fossil finds.
World-famous Stonehenge dates from the Neolithic period, around 2500 BC.
West Bay in Dorset has featured on film many times, such as ITV's Broadchurch.
Wells Cathedral is "unquestionably one of the most beautiful" English Gothic cathedrals.
Edinburgh features many unmissable sights, including a castle, cathedral, national gallery and gardens.
Not just worth a visit for its elusive monster, Loch Ness offers breathtaking views.
Edinburgh is a shopper's paradise, with many independent boutiques set in the charming cobbled streets of Old Town.
The cathedral-like Smoo Cave was formed by the sea and an underground stream.
The UNESCO Geopark at Knockan Crag played a key role in the development of modern geological theory.
Assynt is an exquisite area of the Highlands, featuring vast mountains as well as pristine, sandy shores.
The capital city of both ancient and modern Greece, Athen boasts thousands of years of history and culture.
Mount Helmos stands at 2355m and is the highest mountain of the Peloponnese.
The Temple of Apollo was built at Ancient Corinth in 550 BC.
Modern Corinth is located close to the ruins of Ancient Corinth, a vast network of stunning archeological features left from the destruction by Rome.
A rare geological phenomenon means the waters of Lake Vouliagmeni are continuously replenished by the sea and underground thermal springs.
Meaning 'olive grove' in Greek, Eleonas is a beautiful, small mountain village.
The Portuguese custard tart, 'Pastel de Nata' is deliciously irresistible.
Cape Espichel is a site that has attracted pilgrims and scientists over the centuries.
Lisbon stands on the banks of the River Tagus.
Sesimbra Castle was captured from the King of Portugal in 1165, then retaken in 1191.
The bustling Rua Augusta in Lisbon.
The Arrábida Natural Park's Azeitão vineyards produce fine, white Moscatel wine.
Dead Horse Point State Park near Moab in Utah covers 5362 acres.
Horseback riding in New Mexico.
Devil's Lake State Park.
Grand Mesa is the largest flat-topped mountain in the world.
The Sangre de Cristo Range runs along the east side of the Rio Grande Rift.
Delicate Arch is a 52 foot tall natural arch in Arches National Park.
Great Sand Dunes National Park features the tallest dunes in North America.
Sheepcreek Geological Loop.
The Lewis Thrust.
Snow above Lake Louise.