Saturday, 14 July 2018

There are some places in the world which are very difficult to believe!.

"Sailing Stones" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by string_bass_dave

1. Sailing Stones, Death Valley

Death Valley National Park is a very strange place where the Sailing stones, also known as rolling rocks and walking rocks is a unsolved mystery. Has anyone ever heard that, any rock sailing of its own without human or animal intervention? But yes, this is the place where stones run on its own. I know that, most of you have no idea about this mysterious place in California. Nobody knows the reason behind the sailing of these stones and it has been a mystery since 1915 When some tourist saw a line which shows that a stone has rolled itself within the land.

"The Moeraki Boulders." (Public Domain) by Bernard Spragg

2. Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand

Moraki Boulder is a group of big ball shaped rocks, which located on a shore of Koekohe Beach on the Otago coast of New Zealand. Many people considered it to be some huge stone eggs laid on the beach while others are still trying to find out the reason behind this mystery. They started forming around 60 million years ago in ancient sea floor and the most biggest boulders are estimated to have taken about 4 million years to get to their present size and it can rise up to 12-feet. This beach also offers some green and brown picturesque views with its mystery. On the south island this boulders are one of the most attractive and popular tourist destination.

"Aokigahara Jukai." (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Simon le nippon

3. Aokighara, Japan

If you are mystery hunter then you definitely heard about the Aokighara Forest in Japan. This is a second most popular suicide location in the world and it also Called “the perfect place to die,” located at the foothills of Mount Fuji in Japan. Many people have taken their lives in Aokigahara forest in Japan and it being the world’s second most popular place to take one’s life. The eyes of the whole world came to this forest when one famous YouTube star posted a video on his channel showing him finding a dead body inside it and this video received 6.3 million views in first 24 hours. Many people wondering what the Aokigahara forest is, and why it’s called the “suicide forest.” the rate of suicide increasing every year between 10 and 30 per year. 78 suicides attempts recorded in 2002. In 2003, that record was beaten when 105 bodies discovered in these forest.

"Eternal Flame Falls 3478" (CC BY 2.0) by KimCarpenter NJ

4. Eternal Flame Falls, Orchard Park, New York

This is another wonder place in Orchard Park, this time New York will give you surprise. The Eternal Flame Falls is a small waterfall located inside the Shale Creek Preserve in Western New York. A small cave at the waterfall's base release natural gas, which can be produce a small flame, everyone can see a flickering flame burning inside waterfall. You can ignore it first, but once you see it you will get a flaming brightness. lots of methane gas escapes from this place everyday and making it inflammable. If you visit this park anytime in your life, then definitely see this wonder of nature.

"2017 Mountain States - Yellowstone Natio" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by dconvertini

5. Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park

Mysteries are very difficult to believe but they are always attractive. Another mysterious place for you is the Old Faithful Geyser which located in Yellowstone National Park. This place has more than 300 active geysers of hot springs. But one of them is very famous that is  Old Yellowstone.

This eruption occurs regularity between the gap of 55 to 120 minutes and active for two to five minutes. This attractive geyser is gives a beautiful view to the eyes of travelers. lots of tourist from all over the world visits this National Park to enjoy the magic of white smoky eruptions.

"Thermal Springs, Pamukkale, Turkey" (CC BY 2.0) by rajkumar1220

6. Pamukkale, Turkey

Pamukkale a very interesting mysterious place and must see location for all traveler in Turkey. It is known for its rich mineral water flowing in the White Travartin Terrace in the nearby mountainous region. The temperature of this place is increases up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Most of the travelers visit this place to enjoy the stunning views of the cliffs, terraces and petrified white waterfalls of Pamukkale. The Antique Pool is remains from Roman times, which famous for its submerged Roman columns and it was the spiritual center of Hierapolis (also known as "spa city"). This snowy landscape is the result of calcium carbonate which has been released  from 17 natural hot springs over a period of time.

Blood_Falls_by_Peter_Rejcek

7. Blood Falls, Antarctica

The special thing of this place is that it flows water like blood and how it comes is a mystery. Blood Falls is an outflow of an iron oxide-tainted plume of saltwater, this blood red waterfall flowing from the mouth of white Taylor Glacier on the snow-covered surface of West Lake Bonney in the Taylor Valley of Victoria Land in East Antarctica. This incident is still a mystery for  the people as to why the waterfall color is red every time it flows.

Many researchers says that this happening due to the large amount of iron which is present in the Lake. The water flows from the lake creates this red color and making it look like blood is flowing out into the water.

"Marnyi stones by the stream" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Xue Rui

8. The Stone Forest – Shilin Stone Forest, China

If we think about forest then we imagine greenery and wildlife there. But, this forest is made of stone which located in the Yunnan Province of China lays this one of a kind mysterious Shilin Stone Forest.

Instead of tall trees and shrubs, there is a multi-faceted limestone in this forest. These limestone are made in an area of ​​96,000 acres which look like a stones forest. Every year thousands of tourists visit this mysterious forest to see something unique.

"Mine 2B. Longyearbyen, Svalbard" (CC BY 2.0) by Christopher.Michel

9. Longyearbyen, Norway

How would you feel if you were told that night does not happen from tomorrow! Well, Longyearbyen is a tiny coal-mining town on Spitsbergen Island, in Norway's Svalbard archipelago. This Arctic town is famous for its views of the Northern Lights. The modern Svalbard Museum symbolizes the natural and cultural history of the region. Occasionally live bears can be seen in this area. The North Pole Expeditions Museum remembers the earliest attempts to reach the pole by air. From April 20 to August 23 This place  experience only daylight. The local people does not get a chance to witness the starry night during this season. It happens every year at this place. As we have night and day, they have a 6 month night and 6 month days!

"Fly_Geyser__Nevada__USA__950_x_760_ Fly_" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by mvilaregut

10. Fly Geyser, Nevada

Fly Ranch or Fly Geyser is a 5 foot long geothermal geyser located in Washoe County about 20 miles north of Nevada Gerlach. It ejects hot water out of the geyser in Nevada. This Flying geyser was accidentally made during drilling while exploring the sources of geothermal energy in 1964.

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