At the Kawaguchiko Monkey Performance Theater at the foot of Mount Fuji, visitors can see the Suou Monkey Show, which, according to one tourist guide, is “a traditional stage performance with 1,000 years’ history.”
The Matsuishi family opened the Sea View Ranch and saloon in 1986 in Hirado’s Ichikawa-cho. The rustic blue house looks like it belongs in Montana despite the beach across the street and the terraced rice fields to the east.
By trodding fantastic paths that wind through pastures and forests dotted with surreal rock formations, one can see why the Mullerthal Trail in Luxembourg’s Mullerthal region was recently recognized as one of the best trails in Europe.
Ghost towns dot the landscape all across the southwestern United States, once-thriving cultural hubs abandoned and left in shambles. Many are still fairly well-preserved, though, and offer visitors a chance to see a piece of history even if it is in pieces.
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