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These Secret Hidden Villages Will Totally Leave You Stunned

Are you among those passionate travellers who dream to travel every corner of the world? If yes, this article will give you the best ideas of incredible beautiful places that must be added to your bucket list.

We are presenting some hidden villages that have lost their existence according to the world map. 

These Secret Hidden Villages Will Totally Leave You Stunned

These Secret Hidden Villages Will Totally Leave You Stunned

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These pictures will totally fascinate you.

These pictures will totally fascinate you.

#1. Aogashima, Philippine Sea.

#1. Aogashima, Philippine Sea.

This is the bravest village in the world. This village lies on the Aogashima in the Philippine Sea, It has 200 inhabitants who live in the middle of a volcanic crater.

#2. Monemvasia, Greece.

#2. Monemvasia, Greece.

It is hidden behind a rock! This tiny village is hidden from the Greek coastline behind a giant rock on the island. This island was separated from the mainland in 375 AD by an earthquake.

#3. Phugtal Monastery, India.

#3. Phugtal Monastery, India.

Honeycomb structured settlement! The Phugtal Monastery in India is hidden on a cliff at the entrance to a cave in the Zanskar region. It was founded in the early 12th century but remained a hidden until the 1800s when Alexander Cosmo de Koros visited the place and stayed there for a year.

#4. Isortoq, Greenland.

#4. Isortoq, Greenland.

The remote east Greenland village of Isortoq includes a supermarket in the large red building clearly visible in the picture. Here is even ketchup and mayonnaise available for eating with seal. This village has only 64 people reside in the middle of miles of snow and ice.

#5. Gásadalur Village, Denmark.

#5. Gásadalur Village, Denmark.

Only 16 people live here in this isolated tiny village nestled high on the cliffs near the coast of the beautiful Faroe Islands. A tunnel was built through the mountains in 2004 to walk to the next village. But before that one need to ride over the 400m high mountain.

#6. Huacachina, Peru.

#6. Huacachina, Peru.

This village is hidden in one of the driest locations on earth.This village lies in Huacachina; a town complete with trees, hotels, shops and even an oasis library - tranquil! Only 96 residents live here in this small peaceful village and run their small businesses.

#7. The Cliff of Bandiagara, Mali.

#7. The Cliff of Bandiagara, Mali.

The incredible Cliff of Bandiagara in Mali is the home to the Dogon people which has been constructed out of red-coloured clay. The series of fascinating clay chambers consist of house, granaries, altars, sanctuaries and communal meeting places.

#8. Undredal, Norway.

#8. Undredal, Norway.

This fairytale village is hidden in a narrow valley in the Aurlandsfjord in Norway, and looks like something in the Disney movie. This beautiful settlement is the home for approximately 100 people and 500 goats. It is a popular tourist destination along the Aurlandsfjorden. Underdal is also famous for the brown goat cheese and even produces goat sausages. Before 1988, this place was only accessible by boat but now road connections have been made.

#9. Furore, Italy.

#9. Furore, Italy.

It is a brightly colored settlement tucked away in the mouth of the fjord, Italy. The mayor of this town ordered its civilians that all the buildings should be painted in the vibrant colours so that the village could be easily viewed from the coastal roads.

#10. Sapa, Vietnam.

#10. Sapa, Vietnam.

Sapa is one of the most beautiful places on earth and is home to villagers who farm the rice fields and sell it to the visitors

#11. Coober Pedy, Australia.

#11. Coober Pedy, Australia.

When you see this place on the surface of the earth, it will look like the series of the giant mole hills. It is built underground to withstand the daytime heat, and even has an underground chapel.

#11. Giant mole hills.

#11. Giant mole hills.

An entire population of over a thousand residents live underground in dugouts at Coober Pedy in northern South Australia.

#12. Tristan da Cunha, Saint Helena.

#12. Tristan da Cunha, Saint Helena.

The most remote location in the world, Tristan da Cunha. It is situated over a thousand miles from the nearest land and has 300 residents. This is only accessible by a six-day boat journey from South Africa or as part of epic month-long cruises through the South Atlantic Ocean.

#13. Monsanto, Portugal.

#13. Monsanto, Portugal.

Monsanto in Portugal has built its homes around the 200-tonne rocks in the area. It has 828 brave residents who live here under this huge rock.

#14. Uros Floating Islands, Lake Titicaca Puno, Peru and Bolivia.

#14. Uros Floating Islands, Lake Titicaca Puno, Peru and Bolivia.

Uros Island lies on the border of Peru and Bolivia. The pre- Incan Uru tribe live on the forty-two floating Island that are made out of Totora reeds. People here use reeds in their diets.

#15. Rougon, France.

#15. Rougon, France.

A tiny village with a great view of the Verdon gorge, in a pretty setting, and famous for the resident vulture colony. dailymail

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