10 most interesting places on Earth
Do you want to know where the most interesting places on Earth created by nature are located? Then you should like the post in which these very places are collected and illustrated.
Antelope Canyon is one of the most visited places in the United States. It is located on the land of the Navajo Indians in the state of Arizona and was opened for visits only in 1997 with their consent. It is strictly forbidden to visit the canyon during the rains, even if they go several kilometers, because the canyon floods quickly and there have even been fatalities.
Bamboo forest in Japan
The bamboo forest is located northwest of Kyoto and covers an area of 16 square kilometers. This is one of the most beautiful places in Japan created by nature, not only because of the natural beauty of the forest, but also because the wind blowing through the bamboo creates beautiful sounds.
Black forest in Germany
The Black Forest, as it is called in Germany, measures 200 by 60 kilometers. The dense growth of coniferous and beech trees prevents sunlight from penetrating into the thick of the forest. There is also Feldberg Mountain – the highest point of the region. Feldberg is the largest ski resort in Europe, after the Alps. It is in the Black Forest that the Danube, one of the largest rivers in Europe, originates.
Rapeseed fields in China
Rapeseed fields create some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. The vast agricultural fields are covered with yellow rapeseed (rapeseed oil) flowers up to the horizon. Yunnan Province is the largest producer of rapeseed, as well as honey, because where there is rapeseed, there must be bees. The best time to visit these places is from February to March, when everything is blooming here.
Mount Roraima is located on the border of three South American countries at once – Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana, and the peak is the point of contact of these three borders. Roraima is one of the most ancient geological formations on Earth, its age is about 2 billion years. The mountain looks like a tabletop, and its surface area is 31 square kilometers.
Mammoth cave in the USA
Mammoth Cave is the longest cave in the world, 587 kilometers long. It was first discovered 217 years ago, although it was known to the Indians earlier – the evidence was the finds of the burials of the Indians. For a long time, saltpeter was mined in it, now the cave is a tourist attraction.
Hitachi Seaside Park in Japan
Hitachi Seaside Park is a public park that hosts flower exhibitions all year round. The park is known for its seasonal exhibitions: daffodils and tulips in spring, roses in early summer and bassi in autumn.
Lavender fields in Provence, France
Lavender fields in Provence can be seen at the end of June-July – this is the best time for this. Lavender is widely used in the perfumery industry, and as we know France ranks first in the world for the production of perfumery.
Uyuni Salt Flats in Bolivia
Sometimes Uyuni is characterized as a place where heaven and earth unite. Uyuni is a former salt lake that has dried up. Now the salt reserves here are about 10 billion tons, which makes Uyuni the largest salt marsh in the world. In addition to salt mining, tourism is also developed here.
Tunnel of Love in Ukraine
The tunnel is located in the Rivne region, in the west of Ukraine. The railway was built here about 30 years ago. Initially, vegetation was cut down, clearing the road, but eventually stopped. The passing trains broke the branches and created a shape.
The Tunnel of Love is one of the places in Ukraine that attracts romantics and lovers. It is believed that here a couple in love can make any wish, and if the love is real, then it will certainly come true.