Settlement, securely hidden from the outside world
• The settlements, securely hidden from the outside world
Some people do not like to live in the big cities, surrounded by millions of other people. They go away from civilization and built there their settlements. Sometimes it turns out to create a habitat so well that it did not even notice the part - so well masked by city or village.
Tristan da Cunha
In this village, I loved in its time to visit Napoleon ended his days as a time at St. Helena. Today, only three hundred people live in the village, the last thing in the world are interested in what is going on in the big world.
Australians have to put up with the hard life conditions on the mainland. Settlement Coober Pedy completely built under the ground: the only way to escape from the scorching sun that shines all year round.
Vietnamese life from the village has not changed for centuries. Rice fields are cultivated happen even if the second coming - the religion of the religion, and have need every day.
Houses of local residents do not accidentally painted so brightly. People perform the Mayor, will take care of that village at all could be seen from the sea.
The narrow valley Fjord Aurlandsfjord is a quiet and measured life of a tiny village Andredal. Until 1999 any tourist had to get here only by boat - in 1999 there was only one on the village road.
Stay here on their own would not be any normal person, because the local desert is almost the most arid in the world. However, nearly a hundred villagers Huacachina think otherwise - for their local climate is just wonderful.
In the east, Greenland is one of the most magical villages of the world. There might well have to live himself Santa Claus - the locals would just as he did not interfere.
Scandinavians in general love to climb out to lead an isolated life there. On the cliffs of the Faroe Islands community of 16 people went and built her own village. To get here is very difficult: to through the tunnel leading to the village, the traveler will need to rise by another half a kilometer up.
Stone Island, which is hidden behind this small village, was separated from the mainland by the strongest earthquake that occurred as far back as 375 AD. Find the settlement of Greek fishermen will not be easy, unless you show the way some of the locals.