From ancient ruins with puzzling origins to peculiar natural formations and inexplicable phenomena, Strange Locations invites you to journey through world’s most peculiar and mysterious places. Strange Locations Tassili n’Ajjer A World Heritage Site located in south-eastern Algeria, is a breathtaking landscape that captivates visitors with its majestic rock formations and ancient rock art. The ATM Cave Actun Tunichil Muknal […]
Tassili n’Ajjer, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in south-eastern Algeria, is a breathtaking landscape that captivates visitors with its majestic rock formations and ancient rock art. Its name, which means “plateau of rivers” in the Berber language, aptly describes the area’s geological features, which were formed over millions of years.
The Cairn of Gavrinis, sometimes referred to as the “Sistine Chapel of the Neolithic”, located on the small island of Gavrinis in the Gulf of Morbihan, Brittany, France, is one of the most fascinating and enigmatic prehistoric monuments in Europe. It dates back to the Neolithic period, around 3500-3000 BCE, when the island was still connected to the mainland.
Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, also known as ATM Cave, or the Midnight Terror Cave, is buried deep within the jungles of Belize, Central America, and is one of the most interesting historical discoveries ever made.
The Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt lake in the world and one of the most unique places in the planet, visually captivating and one of the most incredibly beautiful places there exists in Bolivia or South America.
Great Zimbabwe ruins are the remains of a medieval city located in the southeastern hills of Zimbabwe, near the town of Masvingo.
The Dolmen of Guadalperal, also known as the “Spanish Stonehenge”, is an ancient megalithic monument located near the town of Cáceres in the Extremadura region of western Spain.
The Coral Castle is a mysterious megalithic structure located in Homestead, Florida. Built by Latvian-American Edward Leedskalnin, the castle contains a number of large stone structures, including walls, towers, and sculptures. It is believed that Leedskalnin single-handedly constructed the entire castle from limestone, coral, and other materials.
The 2 Billion Year Old Natural Nuclear Fission Reactor of Gabon Discovered in 1972