The most beautiful Rivers in the World

The most beautiful Rivers in the World – part 2

As article before we discuss about the most beautiful rivers in the world. And this article still continued write about which rivers in the world have amazing views and can be said to be the most beautiful in the world? Let’s take a look at the rest most beautiful rivers in the world with these amazing views.

1. River Rapa – Scandinavia

The Rapa River is a river located in Sarek National Park, Norbotten, Sweden. Where the river is said to be the most antique in Scandinavia. This river is a tributary of the Lule Lesser River which stretches 75 km from its source, namely the Sarektjakka Glacier to Lake Laitaure. The Rapa River is also said to be quite long and complicated, besides that this river also carries green glacier water from 30 glacier flows around it.

2. Radovna River – Slovenia

The Radovna River is a river that has a water flow along 1600 meters in the Triglav National Park Area in northwestern Slovenia. This river has clear water and is fenced with stone walls that rise tens of meters high. To enjoy its beauty, a wooden path along the river is built here. This footpath was built in 1893 and is still maintained today.

3. Danube River – Budapest

The Danube River is one of the most beautiful rivers in the world, this river is also known as the transboundary river because it crosses no less than 14 countries in Europe. This river has clear water and the water quality is always maintained. Here you can also go along the river by cruise ship at the port that has been provided. Along this river, you will witness the splendor of ancient and classic buildings on either side of Budapest.

4. Seine River – France

The Seine River is the main river in northwestern France, where the river is a commercial waterway and is also a tourist destination. This river flows through the city of Paris in the IIe de France region which seems to divide this area into two parts. Which in French is called la rive droite (right bank) and la rive gauche (left bank). On the right bank we can see the Louvre Museum, Champs Elyees and Basilica Secre Coeur. While on the left we can see the Orsay Museum and Napoleon’s tomb.

5. Neretva River – Mostar

The Neretva River is the largest river in the eastern part of the Adriatic basin. This river has clear water with a row of beautiful trees. Above this river there is a stone bridge that connects the two sides of the city. This bridge is usually called the Stari Most which means old bridge.

If you have the opportunity, don’t forget to visit one of the rivers above, guys!

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