5. Tree Roots over Khmer Temple
The limestone cavern and its glittering beams were discovered in 2000 by a pair of brothers drilling nearly a thousand feet below ground in the Naica mine. This is the one of the Mexico’s productive, yielding tons of leads and silver each year.
4. Temple Vat Visounnarath in Luang Prabang
It is located at Liverpool and it is second largest Anglican Church in the World and has been constructed between 1904 and 1978. This was inspired by the Gothic Revival style. It is in Europe is in Italy.
3. Cave of Crystals
This Cave of Crystals is located in Mexico and dozens of purpal and white crystals push up from it like shards of glass.
2. Small Church
The Small Church takes 20 minutes to get to the cave entrance by van through a winding mine shaft and van’s ceiling and Michael Jackson videos play a feature designed to entertain visitors as they descend into darkness and heat.
1. Basilica of Our Lady of Peace
This is located at Ivory Coast and very rich in historical detail. This Basilica of Our Lady of Peace is the criteria are many and can make a vague sense definitive.