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breathtaking
extremely exciting, beautiful, or surprising
charming
pleasant and attractive
comfortable
Comfortable furniture and clothes provide a pleasant feeling and do not give you any physical problems
dramatic
very sudden or noticeable, or full of action and excitement
magnificent
very good, beautiful, or deserving to be admired
memorable
likely to be remembered or worth remembering
mountainous
having a lot of mountains; very big
precarious
in a dangerous state because of not being safe or not being held in place firmly
remote
A remote area, house, or village is a long way from any towns or cities
rustic
simple and often rough in appearance; typical of the countryside
spectacular
very exciting to look at
stunning
extremely beautiful or attractive
attract
(of people, things, places, etc.) to pull or draw someone or something towards them, by the qualities they have, especially good ones
damage
to harm or spoil something
outweigh
to be greater or more important than something else
declare
to announce something clearly, firmly, publicly, or officially:
invading
to enter a country by force with large numbers of soldiers in order to take possession of it
institute
an organization where people do a particular type of scientific, educational, or social work, or the buildings that it uses
corruption
illegal, bad, or dishonest behaviour, especially by people in positions of power
grab
to take hold of something or someone suddenly and roughly
hordes
a large group of people:
illusion
an idea or belief that is not true:
monastery
a building in which monks live and worship
incense
a substance that is burnt to produce a sweet smell, especially as part of a religious ceremony
mural
a large picture that has been painted on the wall of a room or building
glow
to produce a continuous light and sometimes heat
split
to (cause to) divide into two or more parts, especially along a particular line:
capitalize
to write a letter of the alphabet as a capital, or to write the first letter of a word as a capital:
flush
] When you flush, you become red in the face, especially as a result of strong emotions, heat, or alcohol
virtually
almost:
sparse
small in numbers or amount, often spread over a large area
take its toll
to cause harm or suffering:
transatlantic
crossing the Atlantic ocean, or relating to countries on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean:
wept
to cry tears
fare
the money that you pay for a journey in a vehicle such as a bus or train:
route
a particular way or direction between places