Lonely Planet's most stunning places on Earth

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Strokkur Geyser, Iceland. The Strokkur geyser erupts every four to eight minutes, blasting water up to 40m into the air. The word ‘geyser’ itself comes from Icelandic, ‘geysa’, which means ‘to gush’. (ABG/Getty Images)

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Extraordinary views of magnificent waterfalls, lush parks and deserts have been brought together in 'Lonely Planet’s Beautiful World'. The well-known travel guide is marking its 40th year with a collection of pictures presenting the world's stunning diversity taken by the best photographers. To celebrate its anniversary, Lonely Planet has invited their readers to share their travel photos in order to win the chance of a 17-day trip to Tibet with photographer Richard I'Anson.

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