Unbelievable Places On Earth That Looks Similar To Another World!

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Have you ever seen the images that are sent back to us by the space inspections wondered how to stand on another planet? Besides, even our planet earth has some places that you might have never imagined before. These places look like as if they are from any other planet or transported from the alien world. Let’s find out about them one by one-

1. Wadi Rum, Jordan

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Wadi Rum looks quite similar to the red planet that you might have seen in the movies like Rogue One and the Martian.  It has towering cliffs and bright orange sands.

2. Torri del Vajolet (Vajolet Towers), Dolomites, Italy

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You can find this attractive and vertical peaks in the Rosengarten group. Besides, if you are a rock climber add this place of Dolomites in Italy to your bucket list.

3. Bromo Volcano, East Java, Indonesia

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Bromo Volcano, in the East Java’s Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, is world famous for its epic sunrise views.

4. Namib Naukluft Park, Namibia

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Skeletal trees and Red sand dunes in the Namibia Naukluft Park that looks somehow similar to the planet Mars.

5. Socotra, Yemen

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The island of Socotra has dragon’s blood trees similar to UFO’s. These trees make this island looks like as if it was transported to earth from a distant planet.

6. Jökulsárlón, Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland

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The glacial lake of Jökulsárlón and its frozen beach are considered a natural wonder of Iceland, with black volcanic sands providing a stark backdrop for the chunks of ice that wash ashore.

7. Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

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With a rainbow ring of vibrant colours, Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in the United States.

8. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

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With more than 3,600 metres above sea level, Salar De Uyuni covers one of the most extensive salt flats of the world with more than 10,500 square kilometres.

9. Darvaza crater, Turkmenistan

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A failed Soviet mining expedition in this fiery pit of Turkmenistan nicknamed this place as ‘the door to hell’. It’s been more than 45 years to this accident; you can still see the adverse effects in terms of Toxic Gas.

10. Dallol, Ethiopia

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Dallol in Ethiopia is known for salt formations, hot springs. In fact, it is one of the hottest spots in the world with a temperature of 114 degrees in the summers.

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