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Stonehenge - for the eco-tourist visiting Wiltshire

Anyone planning on visiting the beautiful county of Wiltshire in England should definitely take the time to visit Stonehenge. An estimated 5000 years old Stonehenge is probably Britain's most famous ancient landmark and a wonderful piece of England's heritage.

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The Colosseum - for the eco-tourist visiting Rome

The Colosseum is one of Italy's most famous landmarks and a must for anyone visiting Rome. Commissioned I 70AD, it is now almost 2000 years old and is regarded as one of the most impressive works of Roman Architecture.

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The Giza Pyramid - for the green traveller visiting Egypt

On the west bank of the Nile River last Giza, home of the Great Pyramid, the Giza pyramid is the oldest statue of the seven wonders of the ancient world and a site that every eco-tourist should visit at least once.

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Sagrada Familia - for the eco-tourist visiting Barcelona

Any green traveller visiting Barcelona should take in the Sagrada Familia, the most famous landmark in Barcelona and probably the most famous in the world that is still under construction. Building work began in 1882 and due to more than one interruption is going with a completion date scheduled for around 2026. However, the fact that the building is not finished does not in any way take away from its beauty.

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Angkor Wat - for the green traveller visiting Cambodia

This 12th century temple is a wonder to behold and is the biggest Hindu temple in the world. Located in the Siem Reap Province and regarded as one of the most important archaeological sites in Asia, the temple is now a UNESCO world heritage site. However, there is much more than just the temple to enjoy when visiting Angkor. Angkor is over 400sq kilometres and has an abundance of temples, reservoirs and canals.

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Acropolis of Athens - for the green traveller visiting Greece

The Acropolis sits high above the city of Athens and is the most famous landmark in all of Greece. Now a world heritage, site the Acropolis is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world and well worth a visit.

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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park for the eco tourist visiting the Northern Territory

Known to many as Ayers Rock, Uluru is probably the most famous landmark in Australia and a wonderful location for any green traveller visiting Australia. However, this beautiful world heritage site is much more than just a rock. There is a world of caves, paintings and springs to explore, as you enjoy Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa - for the eco-tourist visiting Tuscany

Although renowned for the leaning tower, there is much more to see and enjoy for those visiting the Piazza dei Miracoli.

A world heritage site, the Piazza dei Miracoli, which translates as 'Square of Miracles', has four buildings that dominate the area. The cathedral, the baptistery, camosanto and the bell tower, which has come to be known as the "Leaning tower of Pisa".

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The Giant's Causeway Eco tourism in Northern Ireland

On the north east coast of county Antrim, you will find The Giant's Causeway, an ideal spot for the green traveller visiting Northern Ireland. Renowned for its tens of thousands of Basalt columns, this strange looking landscape is the result of a volcanic eruption. Now a world heritage site, the Causeway is the most popular tourist attraction in the country and well worth a visit.

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The Taj Mahal Iconic for the eco-tourists

One of the seven wonders of the world the Taj Mahal is as beautiful piece of architecture as you will find anywhere on the planet. Almost 350 years old this stunning building was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his 3rd wife.

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