Check out the one spot in each of the world's happiest countries (as chosen by the UN) that you've just got to see
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Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is located in the Northern Territory of central Australia and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The sandstone formation appears to change color at different times of the day and year—especially at dawn and sunset, when it appears to glow red.
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South of The Hague, Delft’s bustling and historic town center is known for its canals, which run through many of the streets, and beautiful historic buildings, like its city hall, pictured above.
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In addition to being located in one of the happiest countries, Aarhus is frequently ranked among the world's happiest cities. It’s also an incredibly young urban center—students make up 13 percent of the population.
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Four canyons line a white-water river in northwestern Canada’s Nahanni National Park. Multi-day canoeing, rafting and kayaking trips are among the site’s most popular tourist attractions.
Photo: Corbis Images
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