The Strangest Places in the World to Visit

1. Iguazu Falls: Located in the Iguazu National Park, on the border between Brazil and Argentina.

2. Glass Beach: Glass Beach is not like the other beaches that you see around.

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3. Lake Natron: Lake Natron is essentially a giant pool of red lacquer, and no coloring is added!

4. Pamukkale: Pamukkale is a Turkish destination that isn’t on many people’s radar yet.

5. Oneuli Beach: Oneuli means “dark sands,” which aptly describes the salt-and-pepper mixture of black and white beach sands.

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6. The Nazca Lines: Debate continues to rage over why Peru’s famous Nazca Lines were carved in the sand many years ago. 

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7. Cat Island: This destination will appeal to many of you, especially feline lovers. We’ve all thought the world would surely be better.

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8. The Hand Of The Desert: The Hand of the Desert is located in Chile and is a sculpture that stands approximately 40 feet high. 

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9. Jellyfish Lake: Palau is an archipelago of islands in the South Pacific and is often overlooked in favor of Fiji, Bora Bora.

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10. The Grand Prismatic Spring: The Grand Prismatic Spring is a lake with hot springs and colorful contrasts.

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11. The Crooked Forest: Gryfino Forest (or the Crooked Forest) is one of Poland’s non-war-related tourist destinations. 

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12. Socotra Island: Socotra Island is one of the world’s most beautiful and pristine islands. 

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13. The Christ Of The Abyss:The Christ of the Abyss is a bronze statue placed on the seabed in the bay of San Fruttuoso (Camogli). 

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