10 Strange Places From Around The World


The world is full of wonders and strange places that you may not even heard about. And that is why we are always here to keep you informed about everything. For that purpose, we prepared 10 Strange Places From Around The World. 

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Salar De Uyuni

This is the world’s largest salt flats and it is located in southwest Bolivia. It was formed as a result of transformations between several prehistoric lakes.

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Badab-e Surt

This natural site is located in Northern Iran. It consists of a range of stepped travertine terrace formations that has been created over thousands of years as flowing water from two mineral hot springs cooled and deposited carbonate minerals on the mountainside.

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Waitomo Caves

The Waitomo Caves, located in New Zealand are naturally lightened by bio-luminescent effects that is created by thousands of wonderful tiny glowworms. They are hanged on the caves’ ceilings and produce a stunning blue light.

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The Hidden Beach In The Marietta Island

This hidden beach was form as a result of volcanic activity. Within its natural cavernous shell, crystal clear waters peacefully lap against its powdery white shores, out of sight from the rest of the world.

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Nazca Lines

This mysterious desert drawings are located in Peru. Many of them are running parallel, others intersecting, forming a grand geometric form. There are also trapezoidal zones in and around the lines, as well as some strange symbols, pictures of birds and beasts all etched on a giant scale that can be only appreciated from the sky.

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Caño Cristales

This Colombian river is also known as the River of Five Colors or The Liquid Rainbow. The striking colors are red, yellow, green, blue and black.

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This monument is located in Wiltshire. It is considered as  the world’s greatest prehistoric puzzle, because of the many theories of its mysterious origins.

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The Wave

This sandstone rock formation is located in the USA near the Arizona-Utah border. It is famous for its colorful, undulating forms, as well as the trackless hike required for reaching.

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Door To Hell

This is a natural gas field in Turkmenistan, known for its natural gas fire which has been burning continuously since it was lit by Soviet petrochemical engineers in 1971.

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Loch Ness

Loch Ness is the second largest Scottish loch, famous for the unproven sightings of the Loch Ness Monster named Nessie.

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