Have you been to places which took your breath away with amazement when you have to climb or descen certain stairs? We sure think you have. But have you ever been to any place which is this amazing as one of these 10 stairs? In case you have an example, send us your photo an we will add it to our list!
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Bahauddin Makbara, India
Bahauddin Makbara is an Indian mausoleum, which used to be owned by Bahaduddinbhai Hasainbhai, a Wazir (a minister) in the town of Junagadh, in 1890. The spiral staircases of the two towers that flank the main building are absolutely fascinating and an unequaled architectural masterpiece.
Boldogko Bridge Castle, Hungary
Translated "the Happy Stone Castle" (name given because in the past the place resisted heroically against the Ottoman attacks) can be seen from a distance thanks to its location on a hill near the Hungarian village Boldogkőváralja.
To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa
One of the most important touristic attractions in the Samoa Islands, To Sua is a hole, in fact ... two huge united holes formed in an old volcanic cave. One does not have water but the other one is flooded by a fantastic turquoise water, 30 meters deep, which can be accessed on a simple ladder.
Moses Bridge, the Netherlands
Located in the fort Roovere, the Moses bridge was built to make access to the fort through its groove. The architects decided that a regulsr bridge would have looked unappealing, so that built it through the water. This concept inspired the name of the bridge, as Moses is the famous Biblical personality who split the waters with his staff.
Haiku Stairs of Oahu - Hawaii, USA
Known as "Steps to Heaven - Stairway to Heaven" Haiku, this is, in fact, a scale of 4000 steps that was built in 1942 to make access to the antennas that were placed on each side of the waters Haiku Valley, on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. The scale was rehabilitated in 2003 by the municipality, the works costing a million dollars. However, the access is not permitted to the public for security reasons.
Chand Baori, India
Chand Baori is one of the best known and most beautiful stage fountains in the world, located in the village of Abhaneri in Rajasthan (India). It was built in the year 800, and thei chose this shape so that people would have access to water more ealisy. It has 3500 steps, 13 "floors" and a depth of 30 meters.
Gaztelugatxe Island, Spain
Gaztelugatxe is an island located in the Basque region of Spain, which links the mainland thanks to a very steep and sometimes inaccessible bridge. On the highest point of the island there is a monastery called San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, which is said to have been built in the nineth or tenth century.
Pailon del Diablo, Ecuador
Pailon del Diablo ("Devil's cauldron") is a huge waterfall, located on the Pastaza River, Ecuador, half an hour from the town of Banos and is considered the most popular tourist attraction in the region. To see it in all its glory you must take a walk on the the suspended bridge (and pay 50 cents).
Awaji Hyakudanen, Japan
Awaji Hyakudanen (meaning "the stage of dreams") is a complex of buildings and other areas, located on the Japanese island of Awaji, built in memory of the great Hanshin earthquake, which occurred in 1995. One of the gardens here is named the Garden of the One Hundred Levels and consists of 100 smaller terraces, that can be accessed by visitors via numerous stairs.
Kanarra Creek Canyon in Utah (USA)
Kanarra Creek Canyon is located in northern Zion National Park in Utah. A very interesting canyon with some spectacular trails for those who like to hike in nature. Over some of the creeks, the access is done by wooden stairs, which are not always very solid.
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