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10 Places in the World

10 Places in the World

Fly Geyser, Nevada

Fly Geyser, also known as Fly Ranch Geyser, is an artificial geothermal hot water source. Located in Washoe Country, Nevada. Approximately 1.5 meters in height and on which the mound lies 3.7 meters wide.

Gansu Zhangye National Geopark, Gansu / People’s Republic of China

Known as the Rainbow Mountains and Gansu Zhangye National Geopark in China, 322 km 2 ‘takes up an area like. Zhangye National Geopark, which became a semi-national geopark in 2012 and is officially a national geopark in 2016, offers one of the most amazing geographic beauties of the world with its color transitions.

Abraham Lake, Canada

Lake Abraham has a length of 32 km and a surface area of ​​53 km 2. Although it is an artificial lake, it has a blue color caused by rock salt as in the other glacial lakes in the Rocky Mountains.

Dallol Volcano, Ethiopia

Dallol Volcano is a volcanic eruption crater that is formed in Danakil Depression northeast of Erta Ale region in Ethiopia. There are many saline and acid water spas around the Dallol volcano.

Grand Prismatic Springs, Wyoming / United States

Grand Prismatik Springs, located in the Yellowstone National Park, has the distinction of tall tales, as well as being the third largest in the world.

The Dark Hedges, Ireland

Game of Thrones’ Kings Road is located on Antrim coast in Northern Ireland.

The Gate of Hell, Turkmenistan

The Hell Gate, also called the Derveze Pit, is a natural gas well located in the middle of the Karakum Desert. The well, which has a diameter of 70 meters, has been burning since it was set on fire to protect the environment.

Huacachina, Peru

Huacachina, in Ica Region, Peru, is a small village built around a natural lake in the desert.

Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA

Antelope Canyon, as a result of erosion, is one of the most visited canyons in America. The Antelope Canyon is named as ‘Tse’bighanilini’ in Navajo and means the place where water flows through the stones.

Ice cave near Mutnovsky Volcano, Russia

The ice cave formed a stream flowing along the glacial areas beneath the Mutnozsky volcano. Although it has a very small entrance to enter, the ceiling of the cave is almost transparent and reminds of the stained roofs of a cathedral on hot summer days and light snow.

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