Vietnam is in the list of the most beautiful mountains in the world

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Whether you want to take part in sports such as skiing, mountain climbing or simply admiring the scenery, the mountains are natural wonders worth a visit. From the mighty Mount Fuji in Japan to the colorful Rainbow Mountain of Peru all bring interesting attractions that few people know. According to INSIDER, below is the list of the most beautiful mountains in the world.

Mount Vinicunca in Peru: Also known as Rainbow Mountain possesses rare beauty in the world with extremely brilliant colors. The color of the mountain is purely natural and comes from mineral deposits.

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Mu Cang Chai, Vietnam: Mu Cang Chai is home to green rice terraces. Here you will feel like stepping into a picture. Depending on the month, the color of the rice field varies from green to yellow to light brown.

Kirkjufell, Grundarfjörður, Iceland: Known as the most photographed mountain in Iceland, with mountain peaks ascending to the sky and the waterfalls that make the landscape even more imposing.

Three Sisters, New South Wales, Australia: A series of visitors to Echo Point each year to admire the Three Sisters, an attractive mountain in the Blue Mountains, with eucalypts, steep cliffs and waterfalls.

Dolomites, Italy: The Dolomites consist of 18 peaks and are part of the northern Italian Alps. The mountains are known to have some of the highest limestone cliffs in the world.

Andes, Bolivian Altiplano: With a length of over 7,200 km, the Andes Mountains are the longest continent in the world.

Mt. Rainier, Washington: Mt. Rainier is not only an active volcano but also a total of 26 large glaciers. The peak has two craters, each with a diameter of more than 1,000 foot (300 m).

Zhangye Danxia, Gansu, China: The colorful striped mountains made up of these mineral and rock layers have become UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Mount Fitz Roy, Patagonia: Although many people know of this mountain as Fitz Roy, but its first name is Chaltén, meaning "smoke mountain", in Spanish Tehuelche Tribe.

Snowdon Mountain, Gwynedd, Wales: You may have never heard of Mount Snowdon, but it's a really famous mountain, next to the highest mountain in Wales.

Matterhorn, Zermatt, Switzerland: Located at a height of 4500m, the Matterhorn is rated as the most famous mountain of the Alps and also one of the most dangerous. About 500 people died while climbing the mountain.

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia: Cradle Mountain is considered to be the starting point for the famous Overland Trail, a six-day trek in 40 miles that will take you past Cradle Mountain National Park.

Mount Fuji, Honshu Island Japan: Mount Fuji is deeply rooted in Japanese culture and imagery. Literature from the 8th century included references to volcanic activity in which the last eruption occurred in the early 1700s.

Denali, Alaska: At an altitude of 6000m, Denali is the highest mountain in North America. It is also part of the Alaskan Mountains and is located in the Denali National Park and the 2.6 million hectares reserve.

Mount Cook (Aoraki), Canterbury, New Zealand: The highest mountain in New Zealand, as high as 3,600 m. The mountain is one of 28 "backbones" of the Alps in the south of the country, with 40% of it covered by glaciers.

Ama Dablam, Himalayas, Nepal: When it comes to the Himalayas, Mount Everest usually attracts the most attention. Although Ama Dablam is not as well known, it is still less impressive.

Alps, Europe: Alps has a total length of nearly 1,200 km and is the largest mountain system in Europe. The mountains run through eight European countries: Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Germany, France, Slovenia, Liechtenstein and Hungary.

Canadian Rockies, Banff, Canada: Rockies of Canada, including about 50 mountain peaks higher than 3.300m and beautiful lakes.

Reinefjorden, Reine, Norway: Reine is located on the Lofoten Islands and has many beautiful landscapes, old mansions converted into tourist accommodation scattered among the 300 fishing villages.

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