From the weird and strange! to the unreal and bizarre; These are the MOST Magical Places on Earth!
MOST Magical Places on Earth!
# Metolius Balancing Rocks
In general, forest fires are pretty bad, and you usually want to avoid them as much as possible. In this case, a forest fire in the Cove Palisades State Park of Oregon revealed something magical.
Previously hidden in the thick brush of forest was a series of rock pillars that had precarious rocks balancing on top of them.
This is possibly the coldest village on earth, positioned deep in Siberia. This village is a few hundred miles from the Arctic Circle and has reached record lows of -96.16 degrees Fahrenheit.
There is a hardy permanent residence of about 500 who live in this city that seems like it could only exist with the help of magic.
# Asik-Asik Falls
These waterfalls are actually streamed of pristine water that pours down in the mountainous Alamada region of the Philippines.
These falls were unknown until a photo of the falls won a national photography contest, after that this magical waterfall garnered a lot of attention.
# Haughton Impact Crater
About 23 million years ago a meteor hit Earth around where Northern Canada is. What it left behind was a strange, otherworldly landscape. The crater exists in a place called a “frost rubble zone” and is the only crater to exist in such an area.
# Moher, Ireland
Moher, Ireland might be most famous for these sheer cliffs that face the deep blue ocean. Many people travel across the country to experience this extreme and almost surreal beauty that feels like it has to be photoshopped.
# Haukadalur Geothermal Field
The Haukadalur valley in Southern Iceland has a bona fide showstopper that performs on time every day. This Geothermal Field is home to Geysir and Strokkur, two hot spring geysers that erupt with a fantastic crystal blue explosion of water every 10 to 15 minutes.
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# Tatami Rocks
This strange rock formation can be found in Kumejima-Cho, Japan and are named Tatami-Ishi or the Tatami rocks because they have formed a shape that resembles a tatami mat.
They actually formed into these hexagonal shapes because andesite magma cooled in a specific way and water eroded the top and created a smooth texture.
# Pravcice Gate
Europe’s largest natural bridge is this massive sandstone arch that has attracted visitors to it for as long as it has existed. It can be found on the border of Germany and stretches 90 feet wide and 50 feet high. The chateau nearby was once used as an inn for dignitaries and diplomats, and although it no longer functions like that anymore, it has been preserved as a restaurant and museum dedicated to the history of the area.