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Top 15 Strange Places in and Around the World
1. Die Rakotzbruck
Die Rakotzbruck Or Devil bridge in Germany is said to be built around 150 years ago, back in 1860. It is built in a way that it made complete circle in spite of the location from wherever you see it, due to which people believe that it was not humanly possible to make such structures and it was built by “Satan”, which is why it is also known as the “Devil Bridge”.
2. Spotted Lake Khiluk
The “khiluk” lake is located in the Northwest of Osoyoos, British Columbia, Canada. This lake is one of the strange places around the world. This lake contains 365 separate pools in a mosaic-like pattern and each and every pool contains a different chemical that could be the cure for many diseases around the world.
3. Underwater Park
Underwater Park is situated in Tragoess, Austria. It is a strange and beautiful place at the same time. During every spring this park goes underwater and become the most adventurous place for divers. But this happens just because of natural phenomenon, as every year the snow of the mountains starts melting due to rising temperature and cause floods which engulfed the whole area along with this beautiful park which makes it the rarest and most beautiful phenomenon of nature.
4. Eternal Flame Fall
Eternal Flame Falls is situated in Shale Creek Preserve, which is a section of Chestnut Ridge Park in Western New York. Surprisingly, a small part of this waterfall emits natural gas, which makes that small part produce flames. This flame is visible all around the year, but it can be extinguished and can be re-lit too.
5. Christ of the Abyss
This is the 2.5 meters tall, bronze underwater statue of Jesus Christ which was made by Guido Galletti and was restored in 2003 because of excessive corrosion. A hand that got detached due to corrosion was also replaced. Also, the original copy of that statue is located in the Mediterranean Sea, off San- frutthuoso between Camogli and Portofino. It is also one of the favourite places of divers and every year many divers just come to see the statue.
6. Cano Cristales
It is the Colombian River which is also known as “River of Five Colours” or “Liquid Rainbow”. Every year for a time period, the colour of this river turns red, yellow, blue, green, black and other shades in between. It all happens due to unique plants situated alongside the river and underwater species of plants. It is also known as the most beautiful water body around the world.
7. Cave of Crystals
Cave of crystals is situated in Mexico and it is the biggest natural chamber of crystals ever discovered. It was undiscovered till the 21st century when the miners discovered surprisingly big crystals and gypsum pillars. They are buried 984 ft. beneath the Sierra da Naica Mountain in Chihuahua. As per science, these crystals were developing millions of years ago as many of the crystals are seriously are of the size of pillars.
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8. Crooked Forest
The crooked forest in Poland is one of the weirdest places in the world. It has 400 pine trees in the forest whose base is 90 degrees crooked unlike other straight pine trees in the forest. However, scientists are still searching for reasons that unexplained till now.
9. Great Blue Hole
This is the biggest natural submarine sinkhole situated off the coast of Belize. The hole is 318m broad and 124m deep. The Great Blue Hole is the main attraction of world divers but it is also considered the most dangerous place around the world as it takes the life of many divers.
10. Bermuda Triangle
Bermuda Triangle or Devil’s Triangle is located in the region of the Western Part of the North Atlantic Ocean. It is considered Devil’s Triangle as many ships and Airplanes were disappeared mysteriously and has never found. Many people believe the disappearances as Paranormal Activity or the activity of Extraterrestrial Beings. Even science cannot explain the mysterious disappearances and still researching the reasons.
11. Mt. Kelimutu
Kelimutu is a volcano situated at Flores island in Indonesia. But surprisingly this mountain has three volcanic Carter Lakes of three different colours that also changes their colour all the time. It is the strangest thing that anybody would know as these lakes’ colours are also explained in Indonesian cultures.
12. Ruby Falls
Ruby falls is a 145-foot high underground waterfall located in Chattanooga, Tennessee in the United States. It was undiscovered for many years but was discovered by Leo Lambert when he started digging for it in 1928 and name it after his wife named “Ruby”.
13. Danakil Depression
Danakil Depression is one of the hottest and driest places on the earth. It is located in the Afar Region of Northeast Ethiopia. It is so hot that it has various lava lakes and hydrothermal fields in it. The Afar Depression has slowly pulled apart 1-2cm every year and creates a new crust, which causes the rising of lava as the floor of the Afar Depression is made up of ballistic lava.
14. The Seven Giants
The Seven Giants are located in the Ural mountains in Russia. It contains seven giant rocks having a height of 30-42 metres created by frost and snow many years ago. These are also known as the “seven strong men” of Russia. In giant rocks, one pillar stands apart from the other six and this phenomenon is considered sacred by the locals and climbing on the rocks is believed as sin as per locals.
15. Cat Island
Cat Island is an island of Japan where there is a large number of cats as compared to humans. The ratio of cats and humans is 6: 1 which makes it strange in a unique sense.