Breathtaking Views seen From Outside

There are many places worldwide which can be seen only by those courageous tourists because they are not inside a tower or another sort of building, but outside, so, in order to catch a glance of it, then you have to stand right in the middle of the ‘event’. This is somehow quite thrilling, let alone the fact that they are situated at a considerable height above that region. For instance, the Grand Canyon, the House on the Rock or the Iguazu Falls are just a few from those remarkable sceneries that should not be skipped for the awesome landscapes seekers. In order to make all these possible, architects and authorities invested very much in creating a unique place where to watch all these beauties from.

Chicago's Willis Tower

The Ledge is a 1,353-foot-high glass cube that juts out from the 103rd floor Skydeck of Chicago’s Willis Tower, known before as the Sears Tower.

Dachstein Sky Walk
Dachstein Sky Walk

The Dachstein Sky Walk, known also as the “balcony of the alps”,is formally enthroned at 2,700-meters above sea-level, high up on the 250-meter vertical rock face of the Hunerkogel.
Grand Canyon's Rim
Grand Canyon

The Skywalk is the first-ever cantilever-shaped glass walkway extending 70 feet from the western Grand Canyon‘s rim more than 4,000 feet above the Colorado River.

Iguazu Falls
Iguazu Falls

The Iguazu Falls are situated in a huge subtropical nature reserve that makes visiting even more enjoyable. The view is so spectacular that you are instantly drenched by spray and deafened by the roar of water plunging over an 80-meter cliff.
Norway's Aurland

The rest-stop 2,000 feet above Norway’s Aurland fjord won the first prize in Norwegian tourist routes competition because the outermost end of the horizontal platform is closed off by a sheet of glass, offering an incredible view towards the ground.
The House on Rock
The House on Rock

The House on the Rock is a a complex of architecturally unique rooms, streets, gardens and shops designed by Alex Jordan, Jr. and it is situated in Spring Green, Wis. It is lined with more than 3,000 handmade windows.

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