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There are 33 off the beaten path places tagged geological wonders:

The diabolical depression of Danakil

Danakil is a depression in the north of Ethiopia with eternal lakes of fire, toxic gases, sulfurous waters and merciless heat. Legend has it, that the place was a battlefield of the demons,…

Stairs of the Great Serpent - L'Escalier Tete Chien

L'Escalier Tete Chien in Dominica is an ancient volcanic formation, which resembles a staircase coming out of the Atlantic ocean. Its name is connected to the creation myth of Kalinago peoples,…

Bizarre landscapes of Valle de la Luna

The Moon Valley, or Valle de la Luna, located 10 km from La Paz, Bolivia, has bizarre natural sculptures, craters, mazes of canyons and ice caves, resembling a Lunar landscape. The name is believed to…

The underwater Bimini road

Discovered underwater in 1968, Bimini road in Bahamas was considered remains of Atlantis. The age of slabs of stone the road was made of was, indeed, about 14,000 years old. Speculations continue,…

Karlu Karlu, the Devil's Marbles

Devil's Marbles Conservation Reserve, located 100km south of Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory, Australia, has huge boulders scattered around, which are called Karlu Karlu and are part of the…
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The salt mines of Khewra

Khewra salt mine in Pakistan was discovered by Alexander the Great's horse, and the mining has been going on since then. This is the second largest salt mine in the world, which takes pride in their…

The mysterious virus-spreading Kitum Cave

Kitum cave was full of mysteries since the old days - first thought to be the place of the ancient Egyptian mining, then a place of mysterious animal disappearances, and now an evil virus spreader.

Huliba - the Tunnel of Love cave in Aruba

Huliba cave in Aruba's Arikok National park is nicknamed Tunnel of Love due to its heart-shaped corridor entrance. The locals love to tell the legend of the angry chief killing his disobedient…

Beit Guvrin - Maresha National park, Israel

Beit Guvrin National Park is located in the hills 400 meters above sea level and is composed of Cretaceous (chalk) rocks. The park occupies a huge area of 1300 acres of land. Beit Guvrin is an entire…
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