Maybe you’ve been to many places in the world
Ordinary mountains and rivers don’t have much mystery to you
but the earth is so big
All that is missing is beauty and wonder
they are created by god
or man-made masterpiece
Some are beautiful enough to burn your eyes
Some are so low-key that no one knows
Pura Lempuyang Temple – Bali
Climbing 1,700 steps to the top of the mountain, overlooking the mythical volcano and the sea, as if stepping through this door, you can reach another world.
Sea caves in Capri – Italy
On the steep coast of Capri Island, there are many sea caves, the most famous of which is the Blue Hole (Grotta Azzurra).
Cappadocia – Turkey
When you come to Turkey and come to the magical Cappadocia, you can’t experience the essence of it without taking a hot air balloon.
Fluorescent Beach – Maldives
Romantic couples performed many touching love stories here. I don’t know when it started, people began to call this luminous beach “Blue Tears”.
Lake Natron – Tanzania
As the water level changes, the color of the lake is white, pink or pea green, which looks very beautiful.
Mutnovsky Volcanic Ice Caves – Russia
There are many beautiful frozen caves in the world, many of which no longer exist, and they are worth seeing and cherishing.
Spotted Lake – Canada
The color of the lake changes throughout the year, so no matter what time of day you go, you can see beautiful color spots.
Rose Lake – Senegal
The locals say that the most beautiful color of the lake is when the hot and dry wind blows from the east. At that time, the salt algae in the lake broke out under the catalysis of the hot wind, turning the lake into blooming roses.
Han Doong Cave – Vietnam
Parts of Han Son Doong can be as high as 200 meters and as wide as 150 meters, enough to accommodate a 40-story skyscraper.
Vatnajökull Caves – Iceland
What is strange is that lava, craters and hot lakes are also distributed in the Vatnajökull area, and Iceland is therefore known as “the land of ice and fire”.
Colorful Sand Dunes – Lassen Volcanic Park, USA
The colorful sand dunes in the national park rise and fall one after another, just like outer space, and there is also the largest dome volcano in the world.
Gates of Hell – Turkmenistan
As of 2015, the flames at the entrance of the cave have never stopped, and the locals call it “the gate of hell.”
Salar de Uyuni – Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni was formed after a huge lake dried up about 40,000 years ago. During the rainy season, the surface of the crust-like salt marshes will form a smooth mirror.
Red Beach – Panjin, China
The exact time when the red beach appeared cannot be verified. Some scholars say that when there was the earth and the sea, there was already a red beach.
Giant’s Causeway – Northern Ireland
The 8-kilometer coast consists of a total of about 40,000 hexagonal stone pillars. The stone pillars are continuous and orderly, extending into the sea in a stepped shape.
Glowworm Caves – New Zealand
The limestone layers below the ground form a series of huge cave systems, decorated with various stalactites and stalagmites and fireflies.
Mount Roraima – Venezuela
In 1912, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel “The Lost World” was set in this part of Mount Roraima.
Dracaena – Socotra Island, Yemen
The huge dragon’s blood tree is like an alien plant, which is amazing.
Fly Fountain – Nevada, USA
The Flying Fountain is not formed naturally, but a beautiful artificial accident. In 1964, geothermal energy from drilling caused minerals to rise to the surface.
Danxia Landform – China
Danxia landform is famous for its interlaced bedding, steep rock walls, majestic momentum, peculiar shape and colorful colors.
Grand Prismatic Spring – Wyoming, USA
The beauty of Grand Prismatic Springs is that the color of the lake changes with the seasons.
Great Wall – China
It shows the power of life because of its brokenness, and alludes to the ancient country because of its winding. —— Tagore
Han Ying Cave – Vietnam
After countless times of flooding, Hanying Cave has been polished into a scallop shape. Rows of fluted limestone are like a petrified waterfall, which is full of vitality under the decoration of green algae.
Lombard Street – San Francisco, USA
The reason the road is so curved is because here the hill is so steep (27°) that otherwise the road would be too steep for most vehicles.
Ponte de Lima Tunnel – Portugal
In Ponte de Lima, Portugal, a row of tunnels made of towering trees is like a fairy tale world.
Hand of God – Scotland
The rocks on the Socrates Heights are separated by columns, like the traces of God’s hand.
Mount Bromo – Indonesia
Indonesia, a country with many islands, has as many as 4,500 volcanoes, and three of the world’s top ten active volcanoes are here.
The Boundaries of the Earth – Eastbourne, England
Eastbourne clings to the cliffs of Beachy Head, the place behind the cliffs became the fabled boundary of the earth.
Mu Geng Chai Rice Terraces – Vietnam
The Mugengzhai terraced fields in Vietnam, is this farming with life?
Machu Picchu – Peru
The ruins of the Inca Empire civilization, built on the untouched cliffs of the mountains, were discovered by American archaeologists in 1911.
Church Hill – Iceland
Because it looks like a straw hat, some people call it “Straw Hat Mountain”. Coupled with Iceland’s gorgeous aurora, it is like a dark fairy tale.
Railway on the edge of the cliff – Curitiba, Brazil
One side is a high mountain, the other side is an abyss, thrilling and exciting.
Rayong Dam – Thailand
The dam in Rayong, Thailand, is a very dreamy place, so beautiful that it is unreal.
Interlaken Tulip Valley – Switzerland
The tulips in the small town of Interlaken, Switzerland completely conquered everyone.
Antalya Stone Mirror – Turkey
A black stone slab that has been polished and watered on the streets of Antalya city makes for this stunning photo.
Tuscany – Italy
One of the most beautiful rural areas in the world, the undulating hills here are extremely beautiful under the reflection of the setting sun or morning glow.
Masai Mara National Park – Kenya
For thousands of years, these creatures have arrived as promised from September to October, forming a spectacular scene of “big migration of wild animals” that is rare on our planet today.
Sahara Desert – Morocco
Traveling in the desert is a challenge to people’s physical strength and intelligence, but it is strange and exciting: wandering the long desert, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Antelope Canyon – USA
Not far to the southeast of the town of Peggy, there are two mysterious canyons. When the sun shines into the deep and quiet valley, the dance of light and shadow will release its charm here.
Li River Landscape – China
With Guilin City as the center, Xing’an Lingqu in the north and Yangshuo in the south, connected by the Li River, it has been intoxicated by countless literati for thousands of years.
These least earth-like places
Each is a miracle
just over time
some don’t even exist anymore
if you miss a place
Take the time to find and meet
Don’t wait until it’s gone to say sorry
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-This article is reproduced from the public account: Selected Geographical Knowledge-