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Faroe Islands, Denmark

Tucked away at the bottom of a mountain-enclosed inlet, a grass-roofed village occupies a

mystical, moody realm in Denmark’s Faroe Islands. This island, Streymoy, is just one of 18 that make up the windblown and remote archipelago that sits about 200 miles off the coast of Scotland. The special “diamond dust light” of the mighty Engadine Valley has been drawing visitors to this part of Switzerland for more than three centuries. The dazzling atmospheric display is created on cold winter days by innumerable many-faceted ice crystals lingering in the atmosphere and glittering in the sun. A snow-covered St. Moritz, pictured here, sparkles in the winter. Read more: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/photography/photos-worlds-most-beautiful-places/
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