Mount Fuji – or Fujisan in Japanese – is the highest peak in the Fuji volcanic chain in central Japan and is the country's highest and most beautiful mountain. Almost perfectly round, its symmetrical form has long been celebrated in poetry and painting. The best known of these homages to this beautiful mountain can be found in the 8th-century verses of Yamabe Akahito, and the series of woodcuts, Views of Fuji, by Hokusai at the turn of the 19th century.
Uyuni Salt Flat seems to be such a fictional made up place that I can't even begin to believe that it is real, and yet it is real. As such, I would love to go to that place, even just once, to that place where all sense of direction loses its meaning and one cannot distinguish what is up from what is down.