the world's strangest natural awesome

Some of the dramatic natural beauty that the world has is causing even the most experienced travelers to be quite surprised.

Have you ever played twister in the water before? The green, yellow and brown spots on Spotted Lake in British Colombia every summer resemble a twister board. Or, if you are away from the scenery of clear blue lakes, green hills in greenery and far from white sandy beaches, odd natural beauties like Spotted Lake are one of the exciting things to do.

For billions of years, our planet continued to shape. Various forces such as wind, water, pressure, minerals, heat have shaped our earth. Caves and canyons were oozing, watering or drying the lakes, shaping the mountains, changing the coastal strips, moving the land and creating a variety of strange looking place shapes

Such strange formations are the result of erosion of earth and rocks and collision with each other. These eruptions, which take place quite a long time, are expected to spread around the world.

Marble Caves, Chile
Six thousand years of wave erosion Chile's Carrera Lake in Argentina's border with blue and green water, along with wavy patterns on the caves. Although the area is under threat because of the construction of a nearby dam, it can still float in the caves in the days when the walks are still calm.


Lake Retba, Senegal
Someone seems to have poured a bottle of Pepto-Bismol into Retba Lake. The pink color of this lake comes from a kind of seaweed called Dunaliella Salina, which actually produces a pigment. At some points in this lake, which has a very high salt content, the salt content reaches 40% and allows the development of these mosses. Those who swim in the sea slide on the lake with this salt ratio. The accumulated white salt pile is collected by the locals.

Asbyrgi Canyon, Iceland
According to myth, Asbyrgi Canyon in Northern Iceland Hz. When Jesus touched the wastelands, the 300-meter rocks formed when they fell apart. The scientific explanation for the shape of the region is that the glacial currents have formed over the region for 7000 years. The horseshoe-shaped rocks that stand on the cliffs are known as strange place shapes that attract the most attention of the tourists coming to the region.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
When a prehistoric lake dries about 30,000 years ago, it left an infinite wide area of white hexagonal, tile-colored, stretching on the horizon. You're welcome to the world's largest salt bed, stretching over 4,000 square kilometers, 25 times the size of Bonneville in Utah. The local miners supply more than 25,000 tons of salt and support thousands of flamengo communities. It has a 16-room Palacio de Sal hotel, built only with salt blocks, and it is the most preferred place for tourists to stay in.

Pamukkale Thermal Pools, Denizli, Turkey
People believed that bathing here for thousands of years is a healing effect. Pamukkala Travertines from 17 underground springs have a water containing high calcium carbonate formed by the impact of the water flowing to the pools. With chalk to resemble a fountain made of the resources that can be seen 10km away, this structure looks like a castle from cotton, one of Turkey's most bizarre natural beauty.

White Desert, Egypt
The odd shape and white rocks in the background are about 35 km north of the Farafra town of Egypt, where they create an image resembling a half-melted snowman. The appearance of these stones is not the work of some avant-garde stone carvers but the work of the wind. The ancient sediment layer, which once covered the land, began to disintegrate; smoother spots collapsed and strong sandstorms over time transformed hard rocks into today's form.

Cano Cristales River, Colombia
You should go to Serrana de la Macarena National Park in Central Colombia to see why the Cano Cristales River is inspired by aliases such as Five Colored River, Liquid Rainbow, World's Most Beautiful River. The timing of your trip is important because the water reaches the level of perfect vision in July and continues until December. A plant named Macarenia Clavigera, living on the river floor, forms a rainbow of pink, green, blue and yellow colors and gives this plant the color of the nehre.

Sahra Gözü, Mauritania
This massive depression, 32 km wide, with a circular shape resembles an eye flat, contrary to the Mauritania Desert. This structure, visible from the outskirts, has been a signpost for astronauts since their first assignment. The eye was not made by the aliens as some allegations circulated in the media. The sediments in the various layers of the winds in the region have come to fruition with the different layers of quartzite and other rock fragments being eroded.

Spotted Lake, British Columbia
Spotted Lake, near Osoyoos, about 2 miles from the Washington state border, looks like a twister game board. Every summer, most of the water in this lake which is very rich in minerals is evaporated and leaves with salt, titanium, calcium, sulphate and various minerals forming the changing green, yellow and brown circles. The lake is a sanctuary for the first settlers of the Okanagan Valley and the place where the land is located is the private property of the Indian Affairs Office. In fact, you are not allowed to approach the lake but you can get a good view from the road nearby.

Giant's Causeway, United Kingdom
Giant's Causeway, one of Northern Ireland's most popular attractions, takes 40,000 basalt columns to form a resemblance to a gigantic walkway. Mostly hexagonal stones were formed 60 million years ago. A relatively recent past (15,000 years ago) has become visible on the soil with the erosion of the soil around the coastal stones.
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