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10 Unbelievable Places You Probably Don’t Know

Our planet is place where can be find some great and unbelievable places. There are many television programs that tries to connect us with our nature. To let us know of some places that are hidden in nature, yet wonderful. Those unbelievable places are a great decoration and a home of some flora and fauna. In this article you will find a list of 10 unbelievable places that I bet you haven’t heard of, at least of one. Enjoy the collection.

Lord Howe Island, Australia

Lord Howe Island is a volcanic remnant in the Tasman sea. It’s position is between Australia and New Zealand. It is a tourist place and the it is inhibited in the northern part.

Image by Robert Whyte via Flickr

Glen Coe, Scotland

This places is a volcanic glen in the Highlands of  Scotland. It is considered to be one of the most amazing places in Scotland. It is a great tourist attraction and it provides great places for hiking and climbing. It is a great part of the list of the unbelievable places in the world.

Image by Dave Appleby via Flickr

Namaqualand, Namibia, South Africa

Namaqualand is a dry region of Namibia and South Africa. This places is attractive in the early springs when the amount of rains is kind of good, and the area is covered with different colorful flowers. This period is known as Namaqualand daisy season.

Image by Sam Agnew via Flickr

Sognefjord, Norway

Sognefjord is the largest fjord in Norway. It is on third place in the world, but because of the permanent ice coverage on other 2 fjords, Scoresby Sund and Greely Fiord, it is the biggest ice-free fjord in the world. It is 205 km long.

Image by Visit Sognefjord via Flickr

Gullfoss, Iceland

Gullfoss is a waterfall located in the canyon of Hvita in southern Iceland. It is one of the biggest tourist attraction in Iceland. It is well known in Iceland, but it is not that known around the world. That’s why we are putting him in the list of 10 unbelievable places not so well known.

Image by Ben Ferenchak via Flickr

Ball Pyramid, Lord Howe Island Group, Pacific

Ball Pyramid is an erosional remnant of a volcano formed around 7 million years ago. It is on 20 km away from the Lord Howe Island in the Pacific Ocean. It is only 562 meters high. Tourists that like a little more adventure, are always climbing it. Because of how and when it was created, it is a great member of the unbelievable places list.

Image by Natalie Tapson via Flickr

Chocolate Hills, Bohol, Philippines

Chocolate hills is a geological formation and it is consisted of 1776 different hills. This is an interesting tourist attraction of Bohol. It is declared as a country National Monument by UNESCO.

Image by An diabhal glas via Flickr

Laguna Verde, Bolivia

Laguna Verde is a salt lake in Bolivia. It is famous lake because it water color is green. Often in the lake can be seen flamingos dancing around. Often some icy winds can occur over the air of this lake. This can go down to -56 C, but because of the salt in the water, the lake never froze.

Image by Pedro Szekely via Flickr

Devil’s Island, Sea Caves, Apostle Islands, Wisconsin, US

Devil’s Island is known as the controversial French penal colony. In the past it was used as a political prison. The caves on the edge of the island are incredible and are often used as a great place for kayaking.

Image by Royal Broil via Flickr

Painted Hills, Wheeler County, Oregon, US

This is one of the unbelievable places and it is unique because of the colors of the ground. It is like this because of the slow creation of the hills over 30 million years. In this grounds archaeologists have found remains of primitive camels and rhinos.

Image by stokes rx via Flickr

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