Our planet has many strange and often beautiful places that retain the power to inspire and mystify. They remind us that even in this age of technical andtechnological marvels there are still amazing places to be discovered.
SO HERE I WILL PRESENT YOU SOME OF THE STRANGEST PLACES THAT THE NATURE HAS GIVEN US:
1. PAMUKKALE - TURKEY
Terraced pools ofPamukkale are a strange charm because of its beauty and healing powers attributed to this milky white water. it have been appreciated for over two millennia, as far as is a little-known wonder.
2.- GREATBLUE HOLE OF BELIZE
Between the Bahamas and Belize's national waters are a deep circular cavity known as blue holes, some up to 14 kilometers long. In there you can find a large number of aquaticcreatures, which are a mystery to scientists and a rarity for all the people.
3.- HELL'S DOOR - TURKMENISTAN
It appeared when The roof of the cavern collapsed leaving a crater-like sinkhole some 25meters deep and a natural gas that was still rising into the crater, that it is a wholly natural phenomenon.
4.- EYE OF AFRICA - MAURITANIA
THIS is a view from Google Earth zoom
Is a naturalphenomenon is actually a structure caused by one erosion. However exist a variety of explanations of this. Some academics believe it is the sight of a meteor impact and others believe that it areformations caused by underground nuclear blasts.
BUT NOT ONLY NATURE HAS GIVEN US STRANGE PLACES. THE HAND OF MAN HAS ALSO INTERVENED IN THIS:
1.- KOSTNICE SEDLEC OSSUARY, CZECH REPUBLIC.
Near thecemetery, the chapel is "decorated" with 40,000 human skeletons, which exceeds several times the number of habitants of the town.
2.- COLLETOTRICHUM FAVA, PIEDMONT, ITALY.
It is a hill on which theViennese group of artists decided to build a giant pink bunny. It has become tradition for hikers climb the rabbit to end resting on the summit
3.- FRANCE: INACCESSIBLE ISLAND OF SAINT MICHEL....