10 Weirdest Places Around The World You Wont Believe Really Exist!

1. Spotted Lake, British Columbia, Canada:

Spotted Lake is a saline alkali lake located in the northwest of a small town Osoyoos in the British Columbia, Canada.The lake has deposits of concentrated minerals like magnesium sulphate, calcium and sodium sulphates. The water in the lake dries up in the summer, revealing colourful mineral deposits in the form of large.

spotted lake

2. Lake Hillier, Western Australia:

Lake Hillier is a lake on the edge of Middle Island of the Recherche Archipelago in Western Australia. In 1802, the lake was discovered for its notable pink colour. The lake is divided by a long and thin shore from the Southern Ocean.

Lake Hillier

3. The Tianzi Mountains, China:

The Tianzi Mountainsare staggering limestone pinnacles that are covered by lush green plants and every so often shrouded in mist.

Tianzi mountains

4. The Nazca Lines, Peru:

The Nazca Lines found in the southern Peru are a bunch of pre-Columbian geoglyphs drawn on desert sands that cover an area of around 1,000 sqkm. There are nearly 300 different figures of animals and plants that are visible from the air or nearby hilltops.

The Nazca Lines

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5. The Bermuda Triangle, North Atlantic Ocean:

The Bermuda Triangle, lying in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, is also known as the Devil’s Triangle is covered amidst myth and mystery where many aircrafts and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

bermuda triangle sd

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6. Socotra Island, Yemen:

Socotra Island is a small archipelago of four islands in the Arabian Sea.The incredible and unique biodiversity of the island has plants that are not found anywhere else in the world. The trees are bizarre and weirdly twisted in various forms.

Socotra Island

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7. Chocolate Hills of Bohol Island, the Philippines:

The Chocolate Hills in the Philippines are geologically formed hills that are a result of coral deposits and a result of rainwater erosion according to UNESCO. There are nearly 1,260 hills spread over an area of 50 square kilometers.

chocolate hills

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8. Red Beach, Panjin, China:

The weird beach in China is covered with a type of seaweed called Sueda that turns bright red during. Around thirty kilometers southwest of Panjinthese wetland is an important reserve for migrating birds during the season.

panjin red beach

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9. Glass Beach, California, USA:

The glittering Glass Beach in California is said to be a notable side effect of years of trash like electrical appliances to bottles and cans being dumped at the beach.Over time, the waves broke these things into colorful pebbles and the beach has become a tourist attraction.

Glass Beach California

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10. The Catacombs, Paris, France:

The weird and creepy catacombs is a grid of old tunnels beneath the streets of Paris which is the final resting place of millions of Parisians. The skulls and bones were taken from the city’s graveyards early during the eighteenth century and now it is a tourist attraction where the bones were arranged in an order.

The Catacombs Paris

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