These are actually the roots of the trees, not the trees themselves. The temple was built in the 12th century and was abandoned in the 1400s. It wasn't until the 19th century that it was "discovered" by archeologists.
It's said that this was formed by a cave collapse in 263 A.D. Today it's used frequently by stunt fliers trying to get through the narrow opening. Amazingly, there are 999 stairs leading up to the top. I feel bad for the guy who had to count them; must have needed to start over many, many times!
i heard there are more restaurants here than anywhere else in the world! there are a ton of famous chefs that live and work here! if you love good food, looks like you can't go wrong in any random restaurant you pick here!
Just watching this race must be the epitome of an adrenaline workout. Considered the premiere race of glamour and prestige it is also considered quite dangerous due to the changes of altitude and hazardous twists. Rumor has it the drivers get more handsome after they're done (kidding).
This rock is known as "The Anvil" and the island from which is juts out is known as being a thriving artists colony, although that's somewhat unofficial. It's pretty easy to see why artists would choose this spot to make their homes.
This small town in northern Ireland (far, far north btw) is appealing to me due to its artistic propensity and unusual tradition of electing a king via consensus. The intention is that the king "speaks" for the town and also welcomes visitors and newcomers.