#Fernweh: Klementinum

Originally opened in 1722, the Klementinum Library in Prague, can be very well considered one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. The library was initially part of the Jesuit University. The impressive Baroque architecture gives the whole building a sort of grandeur and opulence.
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#Fernweh: The Great Blue Hole in Belize

From the air it looks like a giant, dark blue spot, in the midst of the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. The “Great Blue Hole” is about 70 kilometers from Belize City. The unique phenomenon, which stands out from the surrounding water due to the difference in water depth, has a diameter of almost 300 meters, is a total of 125 meters deep and has an underground cave system with enormous stalactites. Because of this the area is popular with divers and snorkelers. What is the Great Blue Hole? The Blue Hole was formed tens of thousands of years ago,…
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#Fernweh: Hang Son Doong in Vietnam

Hang Son Doong is world’s largest cave. It has its own jungle, its own climate and is 200 meters high, twice as high as the Statue of Liberty. The cave Son Doong (in Vietnamese “Hang Sơn Đoòng”) literally hides in the middle of the national park Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng in Vietnam at the border with Laos. It is part of a network of hundreds of caves, many of which are still unexplored.
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#Fernweh: Santorini, Greece

Santorini is a dream in white and blue. An archipelago that shapes the romantic Greek image of the Aegean Sea. A volcanic landscape, which spreads itself across in the turquoise sea of the Mediterranean. With small settlements nestling on the rocky slopes at a height of 300 meters, with black lava beaches and villages in classical Cycladic architecture. The beauty of the island has its price: dozens of cruise ships come to Santorini. But docking in the port, like in Miami or on the Bermudas, is not possible.
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