The most interesting places in the world

There are so many beauties in the world that people live unaware of their existence. Maybe there are places we haven’t even heard of before. We listed the most interesting of these for you.

Kilalue Falls- USA

Kilauea Volcano, located on the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific, is known as a lava waterfall.
The hot lava layer that comes to the surface meets the ocean waters and reveals this magnificent view. Kilaulea Volcano with a length of 1247 meters is one of the most interesting natural formations of the United States.

Iguazu Waterfalls – Argentina

Known as the biggest waterfalls in the world, Iguazu Waterfalls are composed of 275 waterfalls of various sizes; It is a wonderful nature beauty at the border point of 3 countries, including Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.
This beauty, which fascinates those who see it, is one of the interesting features that it brings 9100 cubic meters of water per minute.

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Grand Canyon – USA

The Grand Canyon, the most famous and oldest national park in the world, is one of the places that those who go to the USA must see. Located in the State of Arizona, this canyon is one of the most remarkable points in the world.
It was formed by splitting the canyon of the Grand Canyon, where the Colorado River was located over millions of years.

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Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar

One of the most remarkable regions in Madagascar’s exotic nature is this area where Baobabs Trees are located. Photographers from all over the world flock to the country only to frame these different forms of trees.

It is also noteworthy that these trees, which were once referred to as the legacies of the developing dense tropical forests of Madagascar, can live up to 800 years.

Ram Valley – (Wadi Rum), Jordan
It is a visible fact that Jordan has a nature that adds calm to the human spirit. Ram Valley, which is home to the highest mountains of the country, is a desert valley with a magnificent view, taken to the World Heritage List by UNESCO.
This valley, where you can see the pink and red shades intensely, fascinates with its magnificent view.

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Pamukkale Thermal Pools – Turkey

One of the beauty of turkey iconic Pamukkale travertines substantially rock formations occurring chemical reaction by precipitation.

When the air meets the thermal water sources in the region, calcium and carbonate accumulate on the rocks, creating this enormous image. This formation, which is also protected by UNESCO, is one of the most interesting points in the world.

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Preicestolen Gap – Norway

Located in the city of Stavanger, Norway, this 604-meter-high cliff amazes those who see it.
It is troublesome to go up this hill, which you can reach by walking up to 4 kilometers after the automobile journey, but it is not possible to compare the pleasure at the destination with any living pleasure.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolovya
Salar de Uyuni, which can be considered the largest salt lake in the world, is located at a height of 3,653 meters southwest of Bolivia. Salt capacity in the lake is approximately 10 billion tons.

Visitors think that it is ice creaking under their feet while walking, but these sounds come from the coarse salt crystals.

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Amazon River – South America

Amazon River, which is one of the longest rivers in the world along with the Nile River, is known as the “Life Spring” of South America.
It is also among the information that this magnificent river, known to have hundreds of tributaries, constitutes 40% of the land area of ​​South America.

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