1. Meteora, Greece (The Eyrie)
This was a fairly unknown place until Game of Thrones happened. The location feels absolutely surreal. Meteora is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and as the name suggest, the place seems like it’s “suspended in the air.” There are 24 monasteries that were built on natural conglomerate pillars. Thought to be standing there for 60 million years, the earliest inhabitants dated back in the 11th century.
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