Beautiful Place in the World – Lake Thun in Beatenbucht – Switzerland



Allpicts.in – This is one of the most beautiful places in the World – Lake Thun in Beatenbucht – Switzerland. This lake has awesome views and become a favorite destination for travelers from around the world. Lake Thun or Thunersee (in German) is an Alpine lake in Switzerland. This lake was created by the effect of the glacial period in the 10 century. Switzerland is blessed with an abundance of crystal-clear lakes and Lake Thun is one of the most favorite ones. Surrounded by mountains as it is, Lake Thun provides visitors with the chance to immerse themselves in crisp alpine air whilst enjoying spectacular views.

Here is one of Lake Thun’s photos which have been captured with the Apple iPhone 6 camera. This picture has a dimension of 2727×1153 pixels which will be a good wallpaper for many widescreens or for your Facebook cover.

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