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10 Mysterious Landscapes That Are Worth Visiting

Nature surprises us with its amazing creativity! Our eyes just never get tired of seeing it's incredible creations! So, if you love to travel the geological and ecological diversity around our planet, here is something you should explore.

There are images of some of the most beautiful and unique landscapes. So when, are you planning a trip?

10 Mysterious Landscapes That Are Worth Visiting

10 Mysterious Landscapes That Are Worth Visiting

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1. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

1. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

The most famous landscape on earth where people come from all around the world. Visitors visit here to enjoy erupting geysers and explore colorful acidic hot springs.

2. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

2. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

The largest salt flat of the earth which contains about half of the lithium on the planet, measuring 10,582 square kilometers. The white cracked ground extends during summer and the basin fills during winter. The water looks like a huge liquid mirror.

3. Devon Island, Canada

3. Devon Island, Canada

This is the largest uninhabited landscape on earth which looks like Mars. Sometimes, scientists have used it as testing location for mars.

Huanglong, China

Huanglong, China

The vibrant bright blue pools of water are another hot spring destination on earth. The colors of water make it more fantastic and offer a beautiful ground to explore.

Valley of the Moon, Argentina

Valley of the Moon, Argentina

Valley of the moon is the place which is formed with the number of odd rocks and bochas. Bochas are stones of the different size found throughout central and South America.

Death Valley, Nevada

Death Valley, Nevada

Death Valley in Nevada gives you free land to explore. This valley is situated below the sea level. There are mysterious rocks which are called as"Sailing Stones of Death Valley. The rocks appear to move all by themselves, leaving a trail behind them, which reveals the pathways they have taken.

Socotra, Yemen

Socotra, Yemen

Socotra in Yemen is very odd place to explore. There is diversity found in flora and fauna, including hundreds of species. The trees found here have a dense "Umbrella" structure of branches. Most striking is the Socotra dragon blood tree. The dark red resin has a distinct aroma which makes it popular in soaps and perfumes.

Rio Tinto, Spain

Rio Tinto, Spain

Iron has dissolved into the water and stained it red and acidic. Now only extremophile bacteria can survive in the water.

Kliluk, the Spotted Lake,Canada

Kliluk, the Spotted Lake,Canada

This is also known as "Spotted Lake". Lots of minerals have been dissolved inside the water.

Stone Forest, China

Stone Forest, China

It is also known as "First Wonder of the World" in China. It appears to be a forest of coniferous trees when you are at a distance. But actually, these are really tall and notable limestone rock formations in the area.

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