Top 7 mysterious places in the world

0
996

1. Mount Roraima, Brazil

travelfuntu.com

Image source: www.dailymail.co.uk

The question of this place has no answers. Rather than having a peak finishing like other mountains, this mountain top is a large plateau. Moreover this area has large number of endemic species of flora and fauna and there is no explanation on why are they present in such large numbers in this particular place.

2. Blood Falls, Antarctica

travelfuntu.com

Image source: www.slate.com

There is no properly defined reason for this blood-red color waterfall staining the white Taylor Glacier. Many scientists say that this Mysterious flow is the result of rich iron deposits in the lake but there are many microorganisms living here who sustain the iron and the sulfur in the water.

3. Richat Structure, Mauritania

travelfuntu.com

Image source: www.utaot.com

This place is famously called the Eye of the Sahara’, is a distinct and prominent circular geographical feature in the Sahara Desert. You can notice it from an aerial view. Said to be a result of asteroid impact or volcanic eruption, the mystery of why it is a perfect circle and why the rings are equidistant from each other remains unsolved.

4. McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica

travelfuntu.com

Image source: globe-tourism.com

This secret place of Earth is located in Antarctica. But strangely it is a desert and is the driest place on earth. Instead of being cover in snow like the other parts of Antarctica, this place lays just barren. There is no vegetation as well in this landscape.

5. The Bermuda Triangle, Atlantic Ocean

travelfuntu.com

Image source: perfectdestination.wordpress.com

This list is surely incomplete with the mention of this area which is a triangle in between Miami, Bermuda and San Juan. There have been too many strange incidences taking place in this area with so many strange theories surrounding it.

6. Surtsey, Iceland

travelfuntu.com

Image source: www.cntraveler.com

This Icelandic Island of Surtsey did not even exist until 1963 when an underwater volcano erupted in the Western Islands and as the activity settled down, we were left behind with an island.

7. Racetrack Playa, Death Valley, California

travelfuntu.com

Image source: hqworld.net

The Death Valley mystery of how stones manage to travel over the surface of Racetrack Playa remains unsolved. There are many justifications to this occurrence, but none of them are satisfying enough.