10 Bizarre Looking Places You’ve Got To See To Believe!

Danxia Landform Geological Park (China)

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1. Danxia Landform Geological Park (China)

The Danxia Mountain in Zhangye, China, also known as the “Red Stone Park”, is pure eye candy! The psychedelic spectacle of a mountain sports various colors of sandstone and minerals that were formed together 24 million years ago.

 

 

Abandoned Salt Mine

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2. Abandoned Mines Beneath Yekaterinburg (Russia)

Nope, you’re not day dreaming, these incredible salt caves do exist. Underneath the city of Yekaterinburg lies the most colorful cave caused by the natural layers of carnallite.

 

Kamchatka Ice Caves (Russia)

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3. Kamchatka Ice Caves (Russia)

The long tunnel of Kamchatka ice cave was formed by hot water. It is located in Russia on the base of Mutnovsky volcano.

 

 

Tulip Fields in Lisse

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4. Tulip Fields in Lisse (The Netherlands)

Lisse is located in Netherlands and the different colors of the flowering tulip bulbs are a typical sight in Holland .The tulip season begins in Mid -March and lasts until August, but the flower  blooms and shows striking colors in April.

 

Dead Vlei in Namib-Naukluft Park (Namibia)

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5. Dead Vlei in Namib-Naukluft Park (Namibia)

The Dead Vlei located in Namibia is a pan near the Sossusvlei, inside the Namib-Naukluft Park.

 

 

CañoCristales (Colombia)

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6. Caño Cristales (Colombia)

The Cano Cristales located in the Serrania de la Macarena is known as “The River of Five Colors” or the “River that ran away from Paradise”. It is also referred to be the most beautiful river in the world due to its amazing colors.

 

Lake Hillier (Australia)

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7. Lake Hillier (Australia)

Lake Hillier, a pink-colored lake is known as the largest island that make up the Recherche Archipelago found in Western Australia.

 

Hills of Devecser (Hungary)

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8. Hills of Devecser (Hungary)

No, this is not a split image. What you see above is evidence of probably the most devastating industrial accidents in Hungary. When the waste reservoir of an aluminum oxide plant burst in 2010, it released millions of gallons of caustic red sludge which quickly moved downhill to cover nearby Kolontar and Devecser in a toxic mudslide. Fields were poisoned, buildings were buried and 10 lives were lost. After the sludge had been shoveled into trucks and hosed down the streets, surfaces remain stained red.

 

Fly Geyser in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada (US)

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9. Fly Geyser in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada (US)

In 1964, the Fly Geyser which is located in the Black Rock Desert was accidentally created from a geothermal test well. Water has been erupting from the well since then, and because of this calcium carbonate deposits has been growing for a few inches every year. Fly Geyser is one of the most beautiful tourist spot in Nevada, USA.

 

“Door to Hell” in Derweze (Turkmenistan)

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10. “Door to Hell” in Derweze (Turkmenistan)

The Door To Hell in Derweze is a giant hole of fire made by geologists over 40 years ago. The flames on this giant hole of fire have been burning for more than 40 years.

 

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