After a heavy snowfall, the world is as beautiful as a fairy tale world. Under the heavy snowfall, white snowflakes fell between the villages and towns, between the mountains and rivers, and between the treetops, which is romantic to the extreme. Where is the most beautiful winter?

1. Shirakawa-go, Gifu Prefecture, Japan

This is the most beautiful village in Japan in winter, and every chalet is a World Heritage Site.

The Gassho Village of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama was selected as a World Heritage Site in 1995, making it the sixth place in Japan to be selected as a World Heritage Site.

The most famous gassho-built villages have gone through hundreds of years. The perfect harmony between nature, history and modern life has been achieved here, so it is also called "living world cultural heritage".

Every winter, the snow here will be heavy and deep, and Shirakawa Township will be surrounded by white snow, which protects every household and is full of primitive village atmosphere.

2. Yellowstone National Park, USA

It is proudly called "the most unique magical paradise on earth" by Americans.

Yellowstone National Park was inscribed on the World Natural Heritage List in 1978, the first national park in the world.

Its summer and winter are two different worlds. In summer, Yellowstone is colorful, and in winter, the park is covered with white snow everywhere. In winter, Yellowstone Park will always encounter many wild animals, they will come down from the cold mountain to forage in the warm hot spring area.

Due to the inflow of geothermal water, some river sections not only do not freeze, but also steam, which makes both sides of the river carved with jade and silver, but the river surface is green, flowing safely, like a fairy tale world!

3. Swiss Albula-Bernina Rhaetian Railway

Some call it "a pioneering work in ergonomics".

The Rhaetian railway between the Swiss canton of Graubünden and Italy, the Albula-Bernina railway is an example of the perfect combination of technology and landscape, and was inscribed on the World Heritage List as a cultural heritage in 2008. The Rhaetian Railway is so highly rated not only because of the beautiful scenery along the way, but also because of the harmonious integration of the railway and the region in which it is located.

4. Banff National Park, Canada

National Geographic calls it "one of the top ten heavens on earth in the world".

Banff became Canada's first national park in 1885 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are three major ski areas in Banff National Park in winter, as well as ice skating, snowmobiling, dog sledding and ice fishing on frozen lakes. Mountains and glaciers, forests and lakes, harmoniously play the remote symphony of the Rocky Mountains.

5. The Forbidden City, Beijing, China

Its buildings are splendid, solemn and gorgeous, and it is known as one of the five major palaces in the world.

In 1987, the Forbidden City in Beijing was listed as a World Cultural Heritage. The World Heritage Organization's evaluation of the Forbidden City is: "The Forbidden City has been the highest power center in China for more than five centuries. The Forbidden City in winter is extremely beautiful. Snow falls on the heavy palace towers, the red palace walls and glazed tiles, as if to tell the story of this 600-year-old imperial city silently. Fascinated.