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Bloomfield Falls
Long before it was known as Bloomfield Falls, this magnificent waterfall was called Wujal Wujal by the indigenous Kuku Yalanji people. Hire a guide and learn why these people still consider Wujal Wujal to be sacred. Or just head down in your 4x4 with a picnic basket to have lunch in serious style!
Taman Negara National Park
Taman Negara is a tropical paradise just waiting to be discovered. And there are so many ways to do it. Amble along on elephant back, trek through the jungle, dive into the darkness of caves, or sit back with your fishing rod and soak up the scenery. The hardest part is deciding what to do first!
Acropolis of Athens
An icon of the classical world, the Acropolis of Athens stands as a monument to the ancient Greeks' genius. The craftsmanship and vision of ancient builders is still tangible in the columns of the Parthenon, while the honey-colored statues of the Erechtheion point towards the site's lost glory. The epic scale of the Acropolis conveys a humbling sense of history that has made it one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world.
Acropolis
Democracy, philosophy, and drama can all trace their origins back to this hilltop citadel – once a focal point of Ancient Greek civilization. The Acropolis is packed with the remnants of temples, sanctuaries, and theaters, from the Parthenon to the Propylaia. The centuries might have taken their toll, but its crumbling marble statues and Doric columns haven't lost any of their beauty.
Acropolis Museum
As the name suggests, this modern museum was specifically designed to display artifacts from the Acropolis. Though it moved from the famous hill to a new site awhile ago, the Acropolis Museum still has a few new tricks up its sleeve – the columns in its Parthenon Hall exactly mirror those of the ancient structure, and its window looks out onto the temple itself.