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Saturday, August 3, 2013

10 Unique Places In The World



1. Pamukkale - Turki



Pamukkale means cutton fort or else say white fort, created forming 17 spring heated by underground volcano. It's been used as a healing spa for decades. To help conserve the beauty of pamukkale nature hotels, road, pathways and pool created by men are created in that area.
 
2.Nine Hell of Beppu - Japan




Beppu is home to more than 2,800 hot springs and are found on the island of Kyushu. Nine hells of Beppu are some of the more unique springs in the area.
hell 1 is Umi Jigoku Hell means "sea hell". The funding will be blue turquoise and hot enough to boil an egg.
Hell 2 is Oniishibou, which means "bald head hell" and gets its name from the boiling gray mud. Mud bubbles to the surface and resembles the shaved head of a Buddhist priest.  
Hell 3 is Shiraike Jigoku meaning "white pond hell" and filled with boiling white water caused by high calcium concentrations.
hell 4 is Yama Jigoku meaning "mountain of hell. Yama Jigoku was made by a mud volcano that spewed so much that it creates a small mountain surrounded by small pools.
Hell 5 Kamada Jigoku  is "cooking pot hell". This is a collection of hot springs boiling flanked by red devil statue featured as a cook.  
Hell 6  is Oniyama Jigoku, meaning "mountain demon of hell". Oniyama is a very strong stream that can pull 1 ½ train cars, and is also home to around 100 crocodiles of hell. 
hell 7 is Kinryu Jigoku Hell "golden dragon hell". This spring is featured with a steaming dragon. Steam is supplied by steam from the spring and is directed out of the dragon's nostrils. The dragon gave the illusion of flying when water spouts out at sunrise.
Hell 8 is Chinoike Jigoku, meaning "blood pond hell". Chinoike got the name from the reddish colored water caused by ferrous (iron containing) minerals in the pond. 9 is Hell Tatsumaki Jigoku, meaning "spout hell". Tatsumaki is a geyser that spouts every 30 minutes and has a temperature of about 105 degrees Celsius.

3. Sanqingshan - China



Sanqingshan has been regarded as a holy place. Used by Tao for meditation, and is believed to lead to immortality. Sanqingshan shrouded in fog during the 200 days of the year. Fog give the world another quality to the mountain, along with thousands of rivers flowing into the pools, granite formations that resemble silhouettes of humans and animals, odd-shaped pines. Pools and vegetation create unique environments that lure of exotic birds and rare, it makes the animals feel comfortable to stay there. Sanqingshan is home to about 2,500 species of plants. This is one place that is not only to find a plant that is used in the manufacture of traditional Chinese medicine.

4. Dataran Jars - Laos


Plain of Jars is one of the oldest archeological mysteries in Southeast Asia. Located in the highlands of Xieng Khouang, in the mountains of Indochina, there are about 90 different jars sites. Each site contains 1-400 urn. It has been estimated that they were created 3,000 years ago, and made ​​of sandstone, limestone, granite, and breksi.mayoritas made ​​of sandstone. Top tube is about 9 ft and all made ​​of slabs of stone itunsendiri individual objects. Glance it looked carelessly placed objects, with some standing upright and others on their side pointing in different directions. Further studies have revealed that the jars are placed in positions that make up the constellation patterns of the stars. There has been a lot of speculation about the purpose of the bottle-shaped objects-some say it is to race a giant drinking glasses, which are used to collect rainwater, or as burial urns. Most of the empty bottles, but some have been found with bodies or tools inside, or filled with miniature Buddha statues. Exploration difficult to do because there area was filled with unexploded ordnance leftover Secret War.


5. Danau Spotted Osoyoos - British Columbia Kanada
     

Spotted Lake Osoyoos was sacred to First Nations Indian Okanagan Valley. Osoyoos means narrowing waters in the Okanagan language, and is used to describe what happens to the lake. Lake is endorheic salt lake, which means it is a closed body of water with no outflow or other body of water entering from. This lake has high concentrates of different minerals, and contains some of the highest amount of magnesium sulfate, calcium and sodium sulphate in the world. There is also a smaller eight other minerals in the water, including a small amount of silver and titanium. Minerals in the lake is very useful, and has been mined during World War I for use in the manufacture of ammunition for war. in summer, as the water evaporates, spots are formed having different colors depending on the mineral earlier. The spots crystallize and form walkways of different colors. Color can be white, yellow, blue or green.

6. Chamarel Falls - Mauritius



Republic of Mauritius is an island nation located off the southeastern coast of Africa. This is part of an archipelago formed by underwater volcanoes are now dormant. Mauritius is home to two natural wonders. The first is Chamarel Falls, which is three thin waterfalls that fall about 300 feet below the plateau. They are the highest waterfall in Mauritius. Mauritius was once known only to the falls, then in 1960, found colored dunes. The sand is created from clay made ​​of lava cooled at different times. The effect is caused 7 different colors, including red, brown, green, blue, purple and yellow. The most unique aspect of the sand is the fact that if you take out all the colors and mix together, then they will naturally separate and rejoin the group colors where they came from. How does this happen bases? This is a mystery to scientists who have tried to solve the bizarre nature of this sand. This sand other mystery is that there is no erosion sees. This area has a heavy rainy season was supposed to be the effects of erosion.


7. Rio Tinto - Spanyol



The Rio Tinto stretching from the Sierra Moreno Mountains to the Gulf of Cadiz, Huelva, Spain. Rio Tinto means red river. High levels of iron in the water causes the color of river red. around the river has been in mine for copper, gold and silver from ancient times, and continues to this day. The Rio Tinto has the oldest mines in the world, which is believed fabled mines of King Solomon. Because all mining, the river has a high acid content and is home to organisms that survive in extreme conditions. This led to scientific research in the river, which is used in studies of the underground lakes of Mars and Jupiter. Link to outer space seems appropriate, Rio Tinto area has alien lunar like landscape. The mining has created walls of terraced rock that has formed a natural amphitheater.
 
8. Fly Geyser Reno - Nevada



Fly Geyser was accidentally created, in 1916 drilling wells for water, even though they did not begin to form until 1960. The place chosen turned out to have a geothermal area. Hot water eventually found a weak spot in the well and push him to the surface. Mineral started building to create a mini volcano of about 5 ft. tall, with layers of terraces. Terraces have different colors from the minerals in the water and geothermal water has found a weaker place to create two more geysers nearby. Continuous water kettle to fill holes and depressions in the patio, it's the giving that place look more real.

 
9. Vale Da Lua - Brazil




Vale Da Lua is a stone basin that has been carved by the San Miguel River. Translated into the valley in the name, the swift erosion of river rocks have sanding surface until smooth, and in shades of gray similar to the month view. This valley has some of the oldest rock formations in the world, with an estimated age of 1.8 billion years. This river has created caves, waterfalls and bizarre rock formations, to form a labyrinth in the narrow canyon walls. Seen from space, the area is the most luminous in the earth. Quartz and smooth rocks cause this place looks flame. Surrounding forest is abundant with wildlife and lays claim to many types of orchids. The river has made the field of work in progress, as it continues to erode and change the landscape.
  
10. Cano Cristales - Kolumbia

Cano Cristales is a river located in the Serrania de la Macarena Mountains. Areas where the river was found very remote and we can get there just by driving a horse, donkey, or on foot. Cano Cristales is filled with waterfalls, rapids, wells and hollows, with water so clear you can see to the bottom. During most of the year it seems like the other rivers, with water flowing over rocks green algae. Then during the time period between the rainy season and the dry season - which occurred between the months of September-November - the river changed into a river of color. Algae in water produces a mix of red, blue, green, black and yellow lines. This river has fish because of the complexity of the channel. Cano Cristales has been called the "River of Five Colors", "Liquid Rainbow" and "The River That Ran Away From Paradise" and it can be easily seen.




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Saturday, August 3, 2013

10 Unique Places In The World



1. Pamukkale - Turki



Pamukkale means cutton fort or else say white fort, created forming 17 spring heated by underground volcano. It's been used as a healing spa for decades. To help conserve the beauty of pamukkale nature hotels, road, pathways and pool created by men are created in that area.
 
2.Nine Hell of Beppu - Japan




Beppu is home to more than 2,800 hot springs and are found on the island of Kyushu. Nine hells of Beppu are some of the more unique springs in the area.
hell 1 is Umi Jigoku Hell means "sea hell". The funding will be blue turquoise and hot enough to boil an egg.
Hell 2 is Oniishibou, which means "bald head hell" and gets its name from the boiling gray mud. Mud bubbles to the surface and resembles the shaved head of a Buddhist priest.  
Hell 3 is Shiraike Jigoku meaning "white pond hell" and filled with boiling white water caused by high calcium concentrations.
hell 4 is Yama Jigoku meaning "mountain of hell. Yama Jigoku was made by a mud volcano that spewed so much that it creates a small mountain surrounded by small pools.
Hell 5 Kamada Jigoku  is "cooking pot hell". This is a collection of hot springs boiling flanked by red devil statue featured as a cook.  
Hell 6  is Oniyama Jigoku, meaning "mountain demon of hell". Oniyama is a very strong stream that can pull 1 ½ train cars, and is also home to around 100 crocodiles of hell. 
hell 7 is Kinryu Jigoku Hell "golden dragon hell". This spring is featured with a steaming dragon. Steam is supplied by steam from the spring and is directed out of the dragon's nostrils. The dragon gave the illusion of flying when water spouts out at sunrise.
Hell 8 is Chinoike Jigoku, meaning "blood pond hell". Chinoike got the name from the reddish colored water caused by ferrous (iron containing) minerals in the pond. 9 is Hell Tatsumaki Jigoku, meaning "spout hell". Tatsumaki is a geyser that spouts every 30 minutes and has a temperature of about 105 degrees Celsius.

3. Sanqingshan - China



Sanqingshan has been regarded as a holy place. Used by Tao for meditation, and is believed to lead to immortality. Sanqingshan shrouded in fog during the 200 days of the year. Fog give the world another quality to the mountain, along with thousands of rivers flowing into the pools, granite formations that resemble silhouettes of humans and animals, odd-shaped pines. Pools and vegetation create unique environments that lure of exotic birds and rare, it makes the animals feel comfortable to stay there. Sanqingshan is home to about 2,500 species of plants. This is one place that is not only to find a plant that is used in the manufacture of traditional Chinese medicine.

4. Dataran Jars - Laos


Plain of Jars is one of the oldest archeological mysteries in Southeast Asia. Located in the highlands of Xieng Khouang, in the mountains of Indochina, there are about 90 different jars sites. Each site contains 1-400 urn. It has been estimated that they were created 3,000 years ago, and made ​​of sandstone, limestone, granite, and breksi.mayoritas made ​​of sandstone. Top tube is about 9 ft and all made ​​of slabs of stone itunsendiri individual objects. Glance it looked carelessly placed objects, with some standing upright and others on their side pointing in different directions. Further studies have revealed that the jars are placed in positions that make up the constellation patterns of the stars. There has been a lot of speculation about the purpose of the bottle-shaped objects-some say it is to race a giant drinking glasses, which are used to collect rainwater, or as burial urns. Most of the empty bottles, but some have been found with bodies or tools inside, or filled with miniature Buddha statues. Exploration difficult to do because there area was filled with unexploded ordnance leftover Secret War.


5. Danau Spotted Osoyoos - British Columbia Kanada
     

Spotted Lake Osoyoos was sacred to First Nations Indian Okanagan Valley. Osoyoos means narrowing waters in the Okanagan language, and is used to describe what happens to the lake. Lake is endorheic salt lake, which means it is a closed body of water with no outflow or other body of water entering from. This lake has high concentrates of different minerals, and contains some of the highest amount of magnesium sulfate, calcium and sodium sulphate in the world. There is also a smaller eight other minerals in the water, including a small amount of silver and titanium. Minerals in the lake is very useful, and has been mined during World War I for use in the manufacture of ammunition for war. in summer, as the water evaporates, spots are formed having different colors depending on the mineral earlier. The spots crystallize and form walkways of different colors. Color can be white, yellow, blue or green.

6. Chamarel Falls - Mauritius



Republic of Mauritius is an island nation located off the southeastern coast of Africa. This is part of an archipelago formed by underwater volcanoes are now dormant. Mauritius is home to two natural wonders. The first is Chamarel Falls, which is three thin waterfalls that fall about 300 feet below the plateau. They are the highest waterfall in Mauritius. Mauritius was once known only to the falls, then in 1960, found colored dunes. The sand is created from clay made ​​of lava cooled at different times. The effect is caused 7 different colors, including red, brown, green, blue, purple and yellow. The most unique aspect of the sand is the fact that if you take out all the colors and mix together, then they will naturally separate and rejoin the group colors where they came from. How does this happen bases? This is a mystery to scientists who have tried to solve the bizarre nature of this sand. This sand other mystery is that there is no erosion sees. This area has a heavy rainy season was supposed to be the effects of erosion.


7. Rio Tinto - Spanyol



The Rio Tinto stretching from the Sierra Moreno Mountains to the Gulf of Cadiz, Huelva, Spain. Rio Tinto means red river. High levels of iron in the water causes the color of river red. around the river has been in mine for copper, gold and silver from ancient times, and continues to this day. The Rio Tinto has the oldest mines in the world, which is believed fabled mines of King Solomon. Because all mining, the river has a high acid content and is home to organisms that survive in extreme conditions. This led to scientific research in the river, which is used in studies of the underground lakes of Mars and Jupiter. Link to outer space seems appropriate, Rio Tinto area has alien lunar like landscape. The mining has created walls of terraced rock that has formed a natural amphitheater.
 
8. Fly Geyser Reno - Nevada



Fly Geyser was accidentally created, in 1916 drilling wells for water, even though they did not begin to form until 1960. The place chosen turned out to have a geothermal area. Hot water eventually found a weak spot in the well and push him to the surface. Mineral started building to create a mini volcano of about 5 ft. tall, with layers of terraces. Terraces have different colors from the minerals in the water and geothermal water has found a weaker place to create two more geysers nearby. Continuous water kettle to fill holes and depressions in the patio, it's the giving that place look more real.

 
9. Vale Da Lua - Brazil




Vale Da Lua is a stone basin that has been carved by the San Miguel River. Translated into the valley in the name, the swift erosion of river rocks have sanding surface until smooth, and in shades of gray similar to the month view. This valley has some of the oldest rock formations in the world, with an estimated age of 1.8 billion years. This river has created caves, waterfalls and bizarre rock formations, to form a labyrinth in the narrow canyon walls. Seen from space, the area is the most luminous in the earth. Quartz and smooth rocks cause this place looks flame. Surrounding forest is abundant with wildlife and lays claim to many types of orchids. The river has made the field of work in progress, as it continues to erode and change the landscape.
  
10. Cano Cristales - Kolumbia

Cano Cristales is a river located in the Serrania de la Macarena Mountains. Areas where the river was found very remote and we can get there just by driving a horse, donkey, or on foot. Cano Cristales is filled with waterfalls, rapids, wells and hollows, with water so clear you can see to the bottom. During most of the year it seems like the other rivers, with water flowing over rocks green algae. Then during the time period between the rainy season and the dry season - which occurred between the months of September-November - the river changed into a river of color. Algae in water produces a mix of red, blue, green, black and yellow lines. This river has fish because of the complexity of the channel. Cano Cristales has been called the "River of Five Colors", "Liquid Rainbow" and "The River That Ran Away From Paradise" and it can be easily seen.




Original source in Indonesian languagea : khabuka

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