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Hoia Forest – Romania
The Hoia forest is situated in city of Cluj-Napoca, Romania and is considered to be the world’s most haunted forest. It has been referred as the Bermuda triangle of Romania because of the many bizarre disappearance that have happened.
Many people who have visited the forest have reported unexplainable events such as faces appearing in photographs, UFOs sightings and the feeling of being watched. People who have entered the haunted forest feel very ill headed and/or get strange rashes.
There have been many reported cases of hearing female voices giggling and breaking the silence. Many people believe that it’s a door to another world.
Lake Hillier – Australia
Lake Hillier is a saline lake that is located in Western Australia. What’s so different about this lake is – its striking pink color. Scientists suspect that the reason of this lake’s pink color is Dunaliella salina microalgae, which produces a pigment called carotenoids. Even though Lake Hillier has high salt contents, it’s completely safe to swim in it.
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Badab-e Surt – Iran
Badab-e Surt is a natural site consisting of travertine terrace that have formed over thousands of years. Located in Iran, it’s one of the world’s rarest and most beautiful wonders.
The orange colors of the travertine formations is due to the large concentration of iron oxide. The two mineral hot springs that are located there have many medicinal properties due to its salt content.
Door To Hell – Turkmenistan
Darvaza gas crater, also known as Door to Hell or Gates of Hell, is a crater that has been aflame since 1971. It started as a natural gas crater, and in order to prevent the spread of methane gas and other toxic gases, geologists set it on fire. It has been aflame ever since.
In 2010, the president of Turkmenistan ordered that the crater should be closed, however, you can still visit it.
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Oradour-Sur-Glane – France
The Oradour-Sur-Glane is a village frozen in time. The Village, located in France, was entirely wiped out in 1944. The inhabitants of the village, including women and little children, were massacred by Nazi Waffen-SS Company. They were machine gunned, asphyxiated and burnt alive. According to a survivor, the inhabitants were convinced that they were rounded up up for an ID check. Instead, they started aiming for their legs, making them unable to move, then setting them on fire. To this day, Oradour stands the way it was 50 years ago.
Panjin Red Beach – China
Located in the biggest wetland and reed marsh, The Red Beach is surrounded by a type of seaweed called Sueda. It’s a big tourist attractions and one of Asia’s largest reed marsh. The Red Beach houses over 400 wildlife species including endangered types of animals.
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Gardens of Bomarzo – Italy
The Gardens of Bomarzo, also called Park of The Monsters, is a garden created during the 16th century in the province of Viterbo in Italy. It was designed to portray grief and to shock people. The idea started when Price Pier Francesco Orisini, who was in a war and been held for a ransom for many years, returns home to find out that his wife had died. He wanted to create a shocking Villa of Wonders to portray his grief and sadness. It’s filled with many bizarre and marvelous sculptures.
The Bermuda Triangle
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as The Devil’s Triangle, is one of the world’s biggest mysterious. It’s a region in the North Atlantic Ocean where a large number of airplanes and ships have disappeared without explanation.
The Legends of the Bermuda Triangle began when Christopher Columbus spotted a meteor that crashed into the ocean one night and a strange light appeared sometime later. There exists many theories about the Bermuda Triangle, but no one knows for sure the answer of this greatest mystery.