5 mysterious places around the world

5 mysterious places around the world
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These are the most mysterious places around the world.

You just might rush to change your bucket list after reading this.

1. Spotted lake Khiluk, Canada

playSpotted Lake Khiluk, Canada (Wiki)

The most mineralized lake of the world; each of these 365 spots holds a unique chemical content and is said to cure different diseases.

Definitely one of the nicer strangest places in the world.

2. Christ of the Abyss, Italy

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Christ of the Abyss is a 2.50 meters tall bronze statue of Jesus Christ, which is underwater.

This spot is a favourite place for deep sea divers, and definitely one of the most mysterious places on earth underwater.

3. Confluence of Rhone and Arve rivers, Switzerland

playConfluence of Rhone and Arve rivers (Wiki)

There is a defined contrast between these two rivers of Switzerland; one is blue and the other brown.

They never fully mix due to the difference in density.

4. Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island, Maldives

5 mysterious places around the worldplaySea of stars, Vaadhoo Island, Maldives (Travel Now)

Witness the beauty of the sea of stars at W Maldives. If you thought the ocean could not possibly get any more beautiful, come in the right season and wait until nightfall as the water comes to life and glows blue; showcasing one of the rarest natural spectacles on the planet.

The water sparkles because of bioluminescent sea plankton that shines bright blue during the night.

5. Cave of Crystals, Mexico

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Nothing compares with the giants found in Cueva de Los Cristales or Cave of Crystals.

The limestone cavern and its glittering beams were discovered in 2000 by a pair of brothers drilling nearly a thousand feet below ground in the Naica mine, one of Mexico’s most productive, yielding tons of lead and silver each year.


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