The list includes ten of the most tranquil villages.
A large part of the population now lives in cities — the number of urban dwellers has exceeded 4 billion. But city life is often stress, hustle and bustle, and why it is so important though sometimes to escape from the stifling embrace of the city and to go away from the city limits to the bosom of nature, according to the Chronicle.info with reference on the BigPicture.
And no need to choose long: in this collection you will find top ten perfect villages, where you can relax and soul, and body.
Australians have to put up with tough living conditions on a Green continent. Settlement of Coober Pedy built entirely under the ground: the only way to protect yourself from the sun, which rages there all the year round.
The life of the Vietnamese from this village has not changed for centuries. The rice fields will be cultivated even if you happen to be the second coming — religion is religion, and there is a need for every day.
The homes of local residents accidentally painted not so bright. People obey the orders of the mayor, who cares about that village was generally visible from the sea.
The narrow valley in the Aurlandsfjord leads his quiet and measured life of a tiny village Undredal. Until 1999, every tourist was supposed to get here only by boat in 1999 appeared only on the entire village road.
To stay here on my own wouldn’t any normal person, because the local desert is almost the driest in the world. However, nearly a hundred residents of the village of Huacachina think otherwise — for them, the local climate is simply wonderful.
East Greenland is one of the most magical villages of the world. Here could live Santa Claus — the locals did not interfere with him.
Tristan da Cunha
In this village loved at the time to be Napoleon, who had finished his days not just on St Helena. Today in the village lives only three hundred people, least of all in the world interested in what is happening in the big world.
Scandinavians generally like to get away to lead a separate life there. On the cliffs of the Faroe Islands, the community of 16 people went and built their own village. You can get here very easy: to end-to-end tunnel leading to the village, the traveler will need to climb another half a kilometer up.
Stone island that hid this small village was separated from the mainland by the strongest earthquake in 375 ad. To find a settlement of the Greek fishermen will not be easy, unless you show the way some of the local residents.
The whole village is a veritable crater of a volcano. Of course, it is no longer valid — but who knows what surprises in store for the residents of nature.