Global destinations you need to visit before they disappear from the face of Earth

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Global destinations you need to visit before they disappear from the face of Earth

Tribunal Desk
Believe it or not, it is no more the weather Gods who are deciding the fate of climatic changes these days. A lot of these negative changes in weather conditions across the world owe themselves to the crimes of mankind upon nature. It is no less than nature’s wrath that we are facing together these days. Also, the many climatic changes and its effects on year-on-year weather conditions in various cities across the world have made fates of these places uncertain in the times to come. And that is good enough reason to visit these places and develop a sketch of memories. With world-wide travel expertise and extensive networks, the below list of cities has been curated which you should travel to before they fall prey to extinction. Pick the ones you like and start packing your bags!
Bangkok, Thailand
Considered to be one of the best budget destinations in the world, Bangkok is a place where most solo travellers, backpackers and even couples are seen. In fact, it is one of those destinations which is suitable for all kinds of travellers. The food, the markets, the shrines, the history and everything else is good enough to impress most of the visitors. However, it seems the city might be in trouble in the times to come, thanks to the rising level of water in the city. According to reports, this very theory is responsible for making the city sink little by little. Since the underground caverns are drained for drinking water, thereby propelling the sinking, this idea is actually the foundation of this travellers’ favourite destination.
New York City, US
Be it the Central Park, the shopping streets or the amazing restaurants, there are enough reasons why travellers from all parts of the world get attracted to the New York City. The name of this place itself creates a major impact on people. After all, it is one of the finest cities in the world. If you are one of those who is also attracted to this place, this is the time you must plan a trip. May this city be blessed with as long a life as possible, but if recent reports are to be believed, the sea level in this city is anticipated to rise as fast as the sea levels of any other place in the world. Besides, the city is also believed to be on a high risk zone of witnessing devastating storms in future.
Venice, Italy
The impending threat to Venice might not be a new thing for most, as the city has been sort of waiting for trouble for a long time. A big reason for this is that it is a place which has already been under sea level and also receives a good amount of rainfall every year. As per the media reports from the recent years, the underground water has been flooding the city very often and, hence, this beautiful destination has been sinking even more every year. In fact, the pace of its sinking is said to have increased rapidly over the past 100 years. Besides, the plans to prevent this have also been failing over the past few years. All we can hope is that Venice emerges victorious by the end of it.

Naples, Italy
The Italian town of Naples is one of those Mediterranean towns that travellers dream of visiting at least once. Keeping the charm of the seaside aside, it is a place which is loved by heritage lovers. After all, Naples is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, thus making it a place where history thrives. It is also a place which is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. Although everything seems to be nice and peaceful about this culturally rich travel destination, there has been an impending threat upon Naples for years. Situated at the Bay of Naples is Mount Vesuvius, a volcano which is no less than a ticking time bomb. It is believed to erupt every 100 years, and the last eruption was in 1944. So, the next eruption is expected to take place sometime in the mid-2000s. Boom, and everything will disappear in dust.

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Amsterdam is one of those destinations which is in the bucket list of every passionate traveller around the world. This place is known to be a part of the ‘lowlands’ which refers to the places that are below the sea level. Although the large dykes in this place have been preventing Amsterdam from getting flooded, but with the sea levels rising constantly, these dykes have also come under pressure. Therefore, this issue is placing this popular destination at the risk of falling prey to the sea waters. According to an estimate, Amsterdam still has 150 years before it fully goes under water and becomes yet another Atlantis.

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