Sex Park – Korea
Skaftafell Ice Cave (Iceland)
Skaftafell Ice Cave is a cave located in Skaftafell National Park, famous for the magical beauty, splendor and magnificence of the crystal blocks inside. Above the ceiling of the cave is a collection of countless gas bubbles, when washed by rain water, the light rays shining directly on the ground will create a shimmering, sparkling blue light throughout the cave. .
This ice cave is accessed by a passage from the shore. However, this ice cave structure is not stable and easily collapsed. Therefore, only in winter, when the temperature drops to freeze, this cave is really safe for visitors to visit.
Mandivis Not only famous for its clear blue beaches and beautiful landscapes. This place is also famous for its sparkling unicorn beach at night. Located on the island of Vaadhoo, this beach attracts any visitor who comes here with its sparkling spots like a starry sky. These strange lights appear to be due to the existence of a phosphorescent-emitting noctilucent plankton called phytoplankton. In the evening, when impacted by the waves they will shine like stars.
Green Lake – Tragoess, Austria
Located at the foot of the Hochschwab Mountains, Tragoess, Styria, Austria, Green Lake It is one of the most amazing natural phenomena in the world. During the winter months it is almost completely dry, and is a national park like any other terrestrial park. But in the summer when the temperature rises, the snow and ice covering the top of the mountain begins to melt, and water pours down to fill the basins below, this park will be submerged in water. In June, the park is submerged in water from 6-1m deep, sometimes up to 2m deep.
Tunnel of love “Tunnel of love” (Ukraine)
The road stretches like a blue dream that seems to only exist in movies, but exists in a forest in Ukraine. Belongs to Klevan – Northwest of Ukraine, “Tunnel of Love”” is located between the Klevan region and the village of Orzhiz on the Kovel-Rivine railway, which extends about 7 km. The route splits into two branches: one leads to Klevan, the other leads to a Cold War-era military base. Tunnel of love As one of the most beautiful train tunnels in the world, this place is completely covered by dense trees creating a beautiful scene throughout the 4 seasons of the year.
The Killing Fields – Cambodia
The field of death is the burial place of more than 20.000 mass graves with about 1.3 million bodies in Cambodia. This is where the Khmer Rouge army carried out genocide in the late 1970s, leaving many roads here still littered with human bones to this day. The seemingly only movie scene of the victims’ skulls in a temple became a horrifying image that denounced the crimes of the Khmer Rouge, and this is considered the greatest crime of the century. 20.
Tianzi Mountain (China)
Tianzi Mountain belongs to Wulingyuan Scenic Area in Zhangjiajie – Northwest Hunan Province. This place was recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site in 1992. Not only that, the unique high mountains were the inspiration for the classic 3D movie “Avatar” by director James Cameron. The flow of water erodes the surrounding rocky area, leaving behind towering peaks, some of which peak as high as 4.000 feet above sea level.
“Undersea Waterfall” – island of Mauritius
Mauritius is an island country located off the coast of the Indian Ocean, about 2.000km southeast of the coast of the African continent. When viewed from above, one can see a flow of sand and mineral mud under the sea like pouring down creating the illusion of a giant waterfall. Although it has been confirmed to be just an illusion, this “undersea waterfall” image still attracts the curiosity of thousands of tourists visiting this beautiful island.
Coober Pedy – Australia
Coober Pedy is a town in the north of Australia, dubbed the “opal capital of the world” due to the large output of the world’s opal gems mined here. It is also because the people here need to mine opal that they build underground houses to avoid the harsh desert climate and sunshine. Gradually, this underground town also built a system of underground churches, restaurants, and hotels and lived a life exactly like a town on the ground. Each house has a chimney and ventilation shaft that rises above the ground to get oxygen. At night, when the temperature drops, they get on the ground and play golf together with the night glow balls.
BonBon Land Park – Denmark
This amusement park was built with the purpose of meeting the needs of some children who were excited to visit a Danish candy factory, which specializes in producing candies of different shapes and names. weird, funny. Due to restrictions on visitors at the factory, this park was opened exclusively for children. The park is designed and decorated with fun images, like a peeing animal statue. Because of its strangeness, BonBon Land has become one of the famous tourist attractions attracting thousands of visitors every year, especially in Europe.
Pink Lake – Australia
Mysterious treasure in Oak Island – Nova Scotia
Great Blue Hole – Belize
The ocean hides many secrets in coral reefs, especially in the deep waters. Every time we go deeper, people will discover amazingly special things. During an adventure to the bottom of the ocean off the Caribbean Sea, about 100km from the center of Belize, the famous French diver, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, discovered what green hole this. This is a round blue hole, located under the ocean, with a diameter of 305m and a depth of 123m. It was formed as a limestone cave during the glacial period.
Red Sea (China)
Named “Red Beach” but this place is actually a special swamp, covered in a rare red in the world, located in Panjin, Liaoning province, China. Located in the Liaohe (Lieu Ha) river delta, about 30 km southwest of Panjin city center (Pan Jin). The vibrant red color of this place is created from a rare type of seagrass, which grows in alkaline saline soil. This place has attracted a lot of tourists, photographers and artists. If you ever come to China, don’t forget to visit here once to admire this picturesque landscape!
Odessa Labyrinth Catacombs – Ukraine
Located below the city of Odessa and can extend as far as the French capital Paris is Odessa’s mysterious catacombs. According to experts, this underground tunnel was first built in the 1600s mostly of limestone, forming a giant labyrinth with a length of about 2500 km. Due to not being forbidden to enter the catacombs, many explorers have explored. However, for this same reason, many people were lost in the tunnel when they got lost in it and couldn’t get out of this labyrinth.
MUSA Underwater Museum – Cancun, Mexico
MUSA . Museum It is home to a series of works by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor in the shallow waters between Cancun and Isla de Mujeres, Quintana Roo state. The sculptures are made from concrete with a neutral pH, creating a favorable environment for coral to grow, with the aim of turning into an artificial reef with a unique shape. In total, more than 500 sculptures are displayed in the 150m2 area under the sea at a depth of about 9m. Each year, the museum attracts more than 750.000 visitors.
Tosua Ocean Trench (Samoa) giant swimming pool
Tosua Ocean Trench located near Lotofaga, a village on the southern coast of the island of Upolu, Samoa about 30 meters deep. The most special feature of this pool is that you need to climb down a long staircase to reach this huge natural pool.
According to local history, To Sua swimming pool was formed after a volcano erupted on the island and a part of the ground collapsed with clear, cool water and the bottom could be seen. To Sua Ocean Trench It is considered as the perfect beauty created for human beings. Taking advantage of the beauty and natural blue water, To Sua Ocean Trench has been transformed into a magical natural swimming pool. Around the pool is a lush green forest, which further accentuates the crystal clear water, with many tropical fish species and beautiful sandy bottom.
To Sua currently attracting thousands of visitors by the magical, fanciful blue color with rare beauty. This place also gives visitors exciting and exciting experiences when immersed in the clear water amidst the majestic natural scenery.
Curved Forest – Poland
With more than 400 contiguous pine trees planted around 1930, curvy forest in Poland It is considered a fascinating phenomenon for both locals and foreign tourists. There are many explanations for the origin of this strange forest. Locals believe that the tanks of the Soviet army during World War II passed through the forest, making the tree trunks not broken but curved like today. However, the most plausible hypothesis is that humans shape the trees when they are a few years old. And more specifically, these curved trunks can be used to close indoor furniture.
Whitehaven Beach (Australia)
Whitehaven Beach It is one of the places that tourists cannot ignore when coming to Australia. Crystal clear blue water and the whitest sand in the world, stretching 7km are the precious gems that nature bestows on Whitsunday Island, the largest of the 74 islands in this Kangaroo country.
Neptune Memorial Reef Cemetery – Key Biscayne, Florida, USA
Neptune Memorial Reef Cemetery This is the first underwater mausoleum in the world to store ashes after the dead are cremated. Located 5,2 kilometers east of Key Biscayne, Miami, Florida, Neptune Memorial Reef It is also the world’s largest artificial reef, covering more than 65.000 square meters of the ocean floor, at a depth of 2 meters. Instead of scattering ashes into the sea, one can keep the ashes of a loved one and mix it with cement (designed for underwater use) and attach it to a mold, which divers will then select a location and close. tight on coral reefs.
Homestead Crater Lake – Midway, Utah
Nestled in the Homestead crater nearly 17m deep, in Midway, Wyoming, USA is a very beautiful lake named Homestead Crater. This is a domed limestone pit fed by a hot spring. However, the amount of water here is not more than half a hole, to reach this underground lake, visitors have to go through a 34m long tunnel. Here, visitors can not only immerse themselves in warm water containing many healing minerals, but also can scuba dive or participate in yoga classes.
Island of Dolls – Mexico
A small artificial island near the Mexican capital is named “Doll Island” with the creative hands of artist Don Julian Santana. According to rumors, he witnessed a little girl drown here in 1950 and feared that her spirit would haunt the island, the artist hung toy dolls to commemorate and soothe anger. of that girl. Santana went to collect different types of dolls, regardless of their condition. Currently, there are more than 1.500 dolls hanging on the island. The owner, who runs the popular tourist attraction, says the drowned girl’s spirit is still there, and at night the dolls can move and talk to each other.
Gate to Hell – Turkmenistan
Waitomo Glowworm Cave (New Zealand)
Waitomo Glow Worm is a firefly cave located more than 40 meters underground in the North Island of New Zealand. Standing in the middle of the Waitomo Glow Worm cave, you will think that you are floating in the middle of the galaxy with thousands of sparkling stars.
Waitomo Glow Worm Located on the North Island, this amazingly beautiful, shimmering limestone cave is the home of hundreds of thousands of fireflies, whether it’s night time or day, Waitomo Glow Worm is always magically lit. The beautiful magical light like thousands of stars inside the cave makes anyone who has the opportunity to set foot here must be amazed.
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