This world is so bizarre and full of surprises that there’s absolutely no way to live without being deeply intrigued by it. As we go about our daily lives, it’s easy to forget and stand oblivious to all the things that this world entails, and thus, we have cobbled a thorough list, reminding us all of the weird things that could be hidden in our own town. So, are you ready?
Island of the dolls, Mexico
The man behind its creation went absolutely insane, left his family, ran to this island to hand dolls all around to ward off evil spirits, and then eventually died. This island of dolls is bound to implant uncanny feelings.
Easter Island Moai Statues, Chile
Perhaps the most well-known of all the creepy faces on this planet, Moai is largely a mystery. These human like figures are really humongous, and heavy.
Devil’s Pulpit, Scotland
This bizarre place is for real, no kidding. The plunging water turns red as soon as it falls. Thіѕ rock formation sits up high οn a steep hill overlooking the valley below.
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Skaftafell , Iceland
This is a one-of-its-kind kind of park which offers an opportunity for a number of hikes, despite not having roads. This amazing place has so much to explore.
Heart shaped island, Fiji
Just 29 acres big, this heart shaped island is surrounded by miraculous coral reef. If you’re around, take out time for surfing, sports fishing, scuba diving, snorkelling and kayaking.
Wind Cathedral, Namib Desert, Namibia
We all know about cathedrals made of stone and bricks but have you ever seen a cathedral made of wind? It’s believed that these 60-80 million years old cathedrals were formed by the Atlantic Ocean drifts that pushed the sands for aeons.
Maunsell Sea Forts, North Sea, England
After being decommissioned in 1950’s, these WWII forts were being used as pirate radio broadcasting. Quite a sight in itself, they’re now declared unsafe for public and we won’t question!
The hand in the desert, Chile
This rather bizarre looking hand made of iron and oil sits in the middle of nowhere. This desert also happens to be the driest desert in the world. The structure stands to generate awareness about human right issues.
Image source: Tourismontheedge
Cat Island, Japan
Hi-5 cat lovers, you now have an island of your own. Because of the local belief that feeding cats will bring wealth and good fortune, the city thrives with a large amount of stray cat population.
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Whalebone alley, Siberia
Somewhere in the pristine wilds of Siberia lies dozens of 600-years-old bowhead whale bones standing horizontal on the ground, arranged in a double line running parallel to the shore. We ask, why?
Image source: Buzzingontheweb
Wave Rock, Western Australia
What looks like a giant wave, is in fact, a massive rock formation. Formed over millennia by water erosion after heavy rains, the striking streaks are made by dissolving minerals.
However beautiful, a lot of people still struggles with its formation and existence.
We’re fascinated. Aren’t you?