10 Amazing Places Around the World
1. Glass Beach, California
In Fort Bragg, California you can find the product of early 20th century garbage dumping turning from distasteful to beautiful. As the waves pounded over glass dismantled automobiles and appliances. All that was left as the glass and pottery completely smooth over and colorful. This beach now exists as proof the power of nature can wash away man's destructive ways.
2. Zhangye Danxia landform geological park, China
In Gansu province, lies the most unusually steep cliffs displaying jewel tone colors in rock formations and as a result of red sandstone and mineral deposits that have been laid down for the last 24 million years.
3. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
A path overgrown with greenery creating an air of mystique and romance can be found deep in the forests of Ukraine near the town of Kleven. It's still used by trains to transport wood to a local factory.
4. Antelope Canyon, USA
Form by an erosion of Navajo sandstone, it only took time and many many monsoon seasons to create these swirling passageways through the Antelope Canyon. The speed of sand and water rushing through the slot canyon sections is what created the smooth over walls of these now very deep corridors sandstone history.
5. Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland
In county Antrim on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland contains a unique attraction for 40,000 interlocking besalt columns remain due to a volcanic eruption over 50 million years ago. These columns were featured on Led Zeppelin's “Houses of the Holy” album.
6. Naica Mine, Mexico
Discovered back in 2000, this limestone cave filled with glistening crystal beams is as big as a football field and as high as a two story building. Besides the beauty that vaults these caverns, be wary if you are to visit as temperatures reach up to 112 degrees Fahrenheit or about 44 degrees Celsius with 90 to 100 percent humidity. Enough to leave you shimmering with sweat just like a crystal.
7. Red Beach, China
This beach in Punjin, China bears seaweeds called Sueda which grow green during april and lasts throughout the summer. Once Autumn hits, These seaweeds turn a most vibrant red.
8. Ice caves, Iceland
When rain and the melting water glazes over the ice and creep into crevices we can witnessed what frozen flowing water looks like as cold wind creates the sculpted grotto. It's cave like form is created by the streams melting numerous holes along the surface until it created a long tunnel of intricate icy walls.
9. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
If you weren't sure where to find the most surreal place on Earth then check out Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flats. It said to have been formed by transformations between several prehistoric lakes. Walking along the salt flat must really feel like walking through a hallucination.
10. Gates of hell, Turkmenistan
This frightening yet somehow fantastic 70 meter wide phenomenon can be found in the middle of the Karakum Desert. Caused by Soviet geologists drilling into a cavern in 1971 the ground had collapsed due to a build-up of natural gas. This large gate of inferno appeared after attempting to set ablaze the poisonous gas discharge in hopes it would burn off. However, the blazing breath of this pit is still flaming on to this day.
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