10 Strangest Places on Earth

It is really fun to explore strange things especially something is weird and unknown. There are countable places that does not seem to belong to our world. Let us explore top 10 strangest places of the world.

10. Racetrack Playa, United States


These are the most strangest sailing stones of racetrack playa-Death Valley-California. Playa experiences winter rains every year due to which this hexagonal floor of desert becomes muddy and slippery. Some scientists are of the view that after sometime stones turned themselves into previous shapes and moreover these rocks moves to their previous places but until now there is no evidence of this movement.

9. Suqatra Island, Yemen


This little well known island is situated in Yemen in Middle East. Here plants grow in many different shapes that are so bizarre and unknown in the world. Dragon’s blood tree is the most famous tree in this island. It is listed in the ten most endangered islands ecosystems. This island is slowly and gradually attracting and grabbing the attention of tourists from all over the world.

8. Eye of Africa, Mauritania


There is a place in Sahara Desert that looks like a human eye. An awful theory about this eye is that it is impact of very powerful bomb that was thrown here in ancient times. There is another view about it on which scientists do not believe wholly,according to that this structure was caused by the dome shaped symmetrical uplifting of the geology that lies under the earth and now becomes visible due to erosion.

7. Sanqingshan, China


Sanqingshan is a national park located in china. It has exceptional scenic attraction and ranked as 7th world heritage.There is a myth about this garden that Mu Go the lord of the east wished to create garden for amusement for Yin and then these garden came into existence. It is more than a miracle than you can see; earth, water, wind and fire together here.

6. Hell’s Door, Turkmenistan


It is located in the kara-kum desert in Turkmenistan.Its view is so impressive at night and the fires could me seen from miles away.The carbon inside the carter is burning since 1971 and thus given a name as Gate of the hell.Other source believes that it is wholly a natural phenomenon.

5. Great Blue Hole, Belize


This Great Blue Hole is located in the Light House Reef estimated as halfway between Long Caye and Sandbore Caye. In 1997, it was designated as a World Heritage site.These are cavities which are 14 kilometers in length.Divers claim that there are a lot of new creatures in this hole that are still new for us.Nearly 65000 years ago world wad under the grip of ice age. For the explorers this was proof that at one time, nearly 65,000 years ago, when the world was in the grip of ice age, the sea level of Bahamas was more lower than it is today. After many years the limestone was eroded and vast cave networks were formed. When the sea level rose again almost 10000 years back some of these were broken inwardly and thus blue holes were formed.

4. Las Canadas, Tenerife


These are also known as sleeping volcanoes. This sleeping giant also grumbles in its sleep. Land mass formed by the volcano is Tenerife in the Canary island. The committee of United Nations for disaster management has listed Teide for keen observation due to the powerful eruptions near several large towns in the history.

3. Nine Hells of Beppu


Beppu is located on the Japanese island of Kyushu. It is listed as second last producer of geothermal water.These nine hells are the ponds,each of them posses unique character.These hells of beppu are the major attraction for the tourists in Japan.seven springs are located in the Kannawa area and are known as Sea or Ocean Hell (Umi Jigoku), Shaven Head Hell (Oniishibozu Jigoku), Cooking Pot Hell (Kamado Jigoku), Mountain Hell (Yama Jigoku), Devil or Monster Mountain Hell (Oniyama Jigoku), Golden Dragon Hell (Kinryu Jigoku) and White Pond Hell (Shiraike Jigoku).

2. Moeraki, NewZealand


Moeraki are boulders that are located on koekohe beach. These were formed on the sea floor from the sedimentary deposits. Erosion of cliffs helped in the appearance of these boulders.

1. Pamukkale, Turkey


These are beautiful and gothic terraced pools of Pamukkale. It is unknown wonder of world that is unknown from two millenia. These terraced pools came into existence due to earthquake in turkey. Pamukkale means a castle of cotton. There is a town named Hierapolis which means holy city. They also referred it as an important place attributing healing powers to the milky-white waters.

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