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

Salinas de Maras, Peru

Today in Salinas de Maras, as well as hundreds of years ago, salt is still being mined. The authors of this original technology are the mysterious Incas.

Wanda Mines, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

Wanda mines are a gemstone site where various semi-precious stones are mined. This is a must see for ones who are interested in gemstones, jewelry or geology
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Krubera-Voronya, the deepest cave in the world

Krubera-Voronya, or the Raven cave in Abkhazia is the deepest cave on Earth, parts of which still remain unexplored and might go even deeper. Next to the cave there is the shortest river on earth,…

Derweze crater - the Door to Hell

Derweze crater was set on fire as a result of an accident, and it keeps burning for over 4 decades, unleashing bursts of hellish flame onto the world.

Trovants - the living rocks of Romania

Trovants of Costesti might as well be an unknown inorganic form of life - these rocks grow when exposed to water, and multiply similarly to an unicellular organism.

The Boiling Lake in Dominica

The Boiling Lake of Dominica is one of the most dangerous and unique places on Earth - taking a dip in it will boil you to death.

Joya de Ceren - the Mayan Pompeii

Joya de Ceren is the ancient Mayan village, which suffered from two volcanic eruptions and rests beneath 14 layers of ash. However, it is due to the ash temperature and the fast eruption that the…

Tsingy de Bemaraha - the stone forest of Madagascar

Tsingy de Bemaraha is a vast stone forest with sharp spikes and endemic plants and animals, some of them not yet described by the scientists. The name of the park literally means "a place where one…

Kuklica - the Macedonian valley of the dolls

Kuklica is 120 bizarre stone figures located in eastern Macedonia. There are many legends surrounding these stone pillars, which resemble a petrified wedding party.
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