Glacier National Park in Montana on the border with Canada is the amazing beauty of mountains, lakes, valleys, rich fauna and glaciers, which are considered the main pearl of the reserve. But the magic glaciers of the Rocky Mountains may disappear by 2030! Researchers studied the pictures of the park over the last century and came to the conclusion that 150 magnificent glaciers have already gone under water. So, soon we will have only charming photos and eyewitnesses’ memories.


The Maldives is the archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It may soon become the first country in the world to completely go under water, repeating the sad experience of the legendary Atlantis. Today the Maldives are luxury resorts, a unique restaurant that is under the ocean, surprisingly comfortable huts on stilts and superb beaches. But all this, most likely, will “dissolve” by the year 2035. The Maldives catastrophically sinks into the ocean due to global warming. If you want to travel to these paradise islands, then hurry up because this is a place that may literally disappear very soon. This is really one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit before you die. So, don’t miss a chance!


The only ancient historical monument in our list and one of the beautiful places around the world is the Great Wall of China. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest monument on the planet. It was built many years ago. So, the wall is more than 2000 years old and now it may fall apart. Pollution of the atmosphere, the cultivation of lands surrounding the monument, and just torrential rains do their dirty job. Perhaps some parts of the Great Wall of China may survive but, for example, in the county of Minqin, 40 km of the Wall is already under the ground.



The enchanting romantic Italian city of Venice slowly sinks and its picturesque canals also go under water. Does it sound frightening? Yes, it is so! We will lose the historic city with many monuments, museums and magnificent temples by the year 2035! By the way, Venice is considered one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit. So, if you don’t have time to enjoy gondola trips, walks along the embankments and Venetian sunsets, don’t say that we didn’t warn you. Go there as soon as possible!


The next place that will soon disappear (approximately in 2050) is the Dead Sea, lying on the border between Israel and Jordan. How many times have we seen excellent cosmetic products, on which it is indicated that they are made on the basis of Dead Sea salts! But our descendants, perhaps, will be deprived of the pleasure to see this wonder of nature. Scientists have long been raising the alarm: the saltiest sea on Earth is becoming shallow. Over the last 40 years, more than a third of the Dead Sea disappeared. Climate changes, garbage, and groundwater – all this threatens the glorious lake. But, fortunately, there are a number of projects for its maintenance. One of them is the construction of the channel and it is already under development.