10 most fantastic places on earth

In science fiction films, you can often see incredible scenes, such as islands flying in the sky or houses of elves built on trees. But the world in which we live is also full of fantastic places and strange natural formations that amaze the imagination.

And although people have changed the world beyond recognition, not all unique natural places are lost. Beautiful mountains, turquoise water, amazing islands - our planet is truly rich in breathtaking places.

1. Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

Phi Phi Islands are located in Thailand, between the large island of Phuket and the western coast of the Andaman Sea. Most of these islands are not just sharp rocks rising from the ocean. Clear turquoise water and dense tropical greens make this place a real paradise on Earth.

2. Crater Nyiragongo, Congo

Nyiragongo Volcano is a unique steep volcano located in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Inside the crater of this volcano formed a lake of lava, which constantly boils and foams, filling the night sky with a supernatural red glow.This causes heavy losses to villages and nearby cities, both because of volcanic eruptions, and from toxic gases and other deadly forms of seismic activity.

3. Arch Bury Head, Newfoundland, Canada

This magnificent arch is on the Spurwink Trail along the East Coast trail in the Canadian province of Newfoundland. The arch looks quite impressive with its massiveness, and it is so large that a whole grove of trees has grown on top of it. Be careful when you get to the arch, as the path to it itself goes around pretty steep cliffs.

4. Pamukkale, Turkey

The water flowing from the hot springs and the carbonate-calcium deposits on the large ledges give Pamukkale an impressive view, and on clear days the reflection of the sky adds to the water an amazing blue color. As a result, this place is somewhat reminiscent of the enchanted ice palace, although the temperature here is quite comfortable.

5. Pura Tanah Lot, Bali

Pura Tanah Lot is a temple located on a rocky formation jutting out from the island of Bali. This is an amazing place, the silhouette of which, when viewed from some angles, resembles a fairytale ship.You can reach the temple only through a narrow isthmus. According to legend, this was a holy place built by a Hindu brahmana, which was guarded by a huge snake created from a brahmana scarf.

6. Tianzu Mountains, China

These mountains are giant towering spiers, several hundred meters high, decorated with lush vegetation. It seems that they defy the laws of gravity, resembling floating monoliths from the Avatar movie. The mountains are located in Zhangjiajie National Park, in the northern province of Hunan, being a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site. Balancing elongated mountains are the result of many years of erosion, which arose due to the expansion of ice in winter.

7. Hamilton Basin, Texas, United States

The Hamilton Pool Reserve is a natural pool that was formed thousands of years ago as a result of major erosion. The pool itself is filled with amazing emerald water, framed by limestone rocks covered with lush ferns and moss. A 15-meter waterfall comes down from the outcrops, which never completely dries out, even during the driest periods.

8.Las Canadas, Tenerife, Canary Islands

Caldera Las Canadas is a series of volcanoes that represent an amazing volcanic wasteland. The desert rocky ground is flushed with heat and spotted with fumaroles - cracks and holes spewing poisonous gases. The uneven terrain and sharp rocky outcrops create a truly Martian look.

9. Machu Picchu, Peru

There are many interesting ruins around the world, but Machu Picchu is in this respect a cult place. Located high in the mountains of Peru, in the middle of the rainforest, this place is simply amazing for its beauty. Once it was the most impressive creation of the Inca Empire, its giant walls, terraces and ramps, seem to have been carved naturally from endless rocky ledges.

Until 1911, they did not even suspect this place until the American historian Hiram Bingham discovered it.

10. Meteors, Greece

Meteora is a monastic complex in central Greece, which is located on the tops of rocks, whose height reaches up to 600 m above sea level. These monasteries were built in impossible conditions, practically in the absence of roads,being a real achievement of art and a vivid example of architectural transformation in a perfect place of solitude, meditation and prayer.


Date: 09.10.2018, 12:47 / Views: 93384

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