The world we live in is an interesting place, it’s half explored and half unexplored. Here in this article, you require the pictures to understand the baffling beauty and sublime grace of some of the strangest places on earth.
Let’s take you on a tour to these mind-boggling places:
1. Salar De Uyuni
Situated in the Potosí and Oruro departments, this is the world’s largest salt pan. And when a thin film of water accumulates on the surface it is also the world’s largest natural mirror. The best sight of this place can be taken from central Incahuasi Island. Salar De Uyuni is the remains of a prehistoric lake that dried away and left behind hollow space of bright-white salt, rock formations, and cacti-islands.
2. Lake Natron
Looking for an obnoxious spot on earth? How about this horrifying lake? Dead bodies of animal turn into statues over here, through calcification. Huge volumes of sodium bicarbonate ensure they turn into mummies. And because of a high amount of alkaline, the lake looks red in color. This is the reason why this lake is also known as the ‘Petrifying Lake’.
3. Die Rakotzbrück
The Die Rakotzbrück bridge was built in the 19th century and is a famous one for its unique construction accuracy, as the bridge and its reflection make a complete and perfect stone circle, from wherever you see it. Creepy right? No wonder why this bridge is called the ‘Devil’s Bridge’. It seems that the makers of the bridge focused more on its aesthetics than its utility.
4. Spotted Lake Khiluk
Wondering where most minerals are? Spotted Lake Khiluk is the most mineralized lake in the world. The lake is patched with some 365 separate pools arranged in a strange mosaic-like pattern. The best part! Each of these spots holds a distinct and highly concentrated chemical content and is said to cure different diseases. Ever heard something so strangely good?
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