Ayers Rock At Sunset

11. Ayers Rock, Northern Territory, Australia:

Ayers Rock– known as the seat of Uluru– is a 348-meter high, bright-red rock. The 500-million-year-old rock is officially the world’s largest monolith. When the clouds move across the sky at sunset, they reflect the rock’s blood-orange hues. It is a site everyone should see at least once in their life.