Famous Tourist Spots to Disappear in 2 Decades
Famous Tourist Spots to Disappear in 2 Decades

Famous Tourist Spots to Disappear in 2 Decades

Famous Tourist Spots to Disappear in 2 Decades

Famous tourist places, including Venice and the Maldives, are at risk of disappearing altogether due to climate change and over-tourism. Many of the famous tourist attractions around the world could disappear in the next 20 years. Some face such a high risk that they may be gone within just a decade, Express.co.uk reported.  While climate change and rising sea levels pose a huge problem for many, an increase in tourism is also causing more damage to some of the ancient sites. Those looking to tick off their bucket list may be the last in their generation to experience them. The floating city of Venice in Italy, Columbia Glacier in Alaska, Mount Kilimanjaro’s ice cap in Tanzania and Taj Mahal in India are among other tourist sites at risk.

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