What painting could conceivably be called the world's loveliest? Which mountain, gem, city... or woman or man? We've certainly set ourselves a tantalising challenge: to whittle down the innumerable things to see on your travels to the 50 most beautiful.
We concede we may be being a little presumptuous. MSN Travel might employ writers who have seen, if not it all, then most of it, and we might have called upon generations of surveys, polls, art historians, wordsmiths and overly opinionated know-it-alls to compile our list. But, even so, who are we to play God when it comes to locating the loveliest things of all?
So, when you've clicked through our collection, did we get it right, or would you nominate something far more beautiful: a particular sunset you saw, never to be repeated? A rare-model Ferrari? Or perhaps just your mom.
Habitat loss and the destruction of native plants have been responsible for the rapid decline of the monarch butterfly, the most recognized butterfl... More Habitat loss and the destruction of native plants have been responsible for the rapid decline of the monarch butterfly, the most recognized butterfly in North America. To help protect these majestic insects as they migrate, citizens in the U.S. are resorting to a simple yet powerful tool: gardening. Gardens full of milkweed and nectar plants can serve both as rest stops for adult monarchs and as nurseries for their eggs. Read more about the challenges monarch butterflies face as milkweed declines: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/08/140819-monarch-butterfly-milkweed-environment-ecology-science/
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