The coldest place in the world
The Serbian village of Omyakon is considered to be the coldest place in the world. The average winter temperature in this village in Russia is minus 55 degrees Celsius, while the lowest temperature recorded here in 1933 was about minus 68 degrees Celsius.World Recorded Amazing Place.
The largest railway station in terms of number of platforms
New York’s Grand Central Terminal Railway Station was built between 1903 and 1913 and has 44 platforms. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, there are 41 tracks on the upper and lower stairs, as well as a secret unused platform located below Waldorf Austria.
The oldest national park
The Yellowstone National Park in the United States was the first to be named a national park in 1872 by then-US President Ulysses S. Grant. Today, the park is home to a number of stunning sites, most notably the multicolored ponds.
Fastest internet connection
South Korea has a world record for the fastest broadband Internet service since 2011, with an average download speed of 33.5 megabytes per second and an average upload speed of 17 megabytes per second.
Largest indoor sky resort
The world’s largest indoor sky resort is located in Dubai’s Mall of the Emirates shopping plaza, where ski enthusiasts can enjoy the sport all year round on artificial snow and up to a thousand feet of ups and downs. There is also a freestyle zone for ice jumping.
The highest elevator
Viewers can’t help but be fascinated by the stunning views of the surrounding mountains while traveling on the 1,070-foot elevator in China’s Zhengjiajie National Forest Park.
The oldest amusement park
The Bakken Denmark Amusement Park, located in Klampenburg, opened in 1583 and is still in operation. The park has swings and other items of interest to more than 150 people, including one of the world’s oldest roller coasters, which has been in existence since 1932.
The smallest country in the world
The state of Vatican City is considered an independent country and holds the world record for the smallest country in the world, spread over an area of 0.17 square miles.
The most active volcano
Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has been spewing lava continuously since 1983. Its continuous lava eruption has made it a must-see for tourists visiting Hawaii.
The country that spends the most on tourism
China spent a record 2 102 billion on tourism in 2012, followed by Germany at .8 83.8 billion and the United States at .5 83.5 billion.
The largest national park
Greenland’s North East National Park is the largest national park in the world, spread over an area of 375,290 square miles, and hardly anyone in the world has claimed to have seen the park in its entirety.
The deepest swimming pool
The Y40 Swimming Pool, located in the Montegruto Terme, Italy, is considered to be the deepest swimming pool in the world, with a depth of 137 feet and more than a million gallons of water. The diver can’t even reach the depths, but scuba diving requires skill.
The tallest hotel
Dubai’s JW Marriott Marquis Hotel is over 1165 feet high and has two 72-story, 72-story towers. There is a lounge bar on the upper floor from which you can see almost the whole city.World Recorded Amazing Places.