Monday, 5 October 2015

10 exotic places to travel

Without a doubt, in the world there are many mind-blowing landscapes, breathtaking and magical views. Whether it's the peak of the snow mountain in Japan or the amazing world under the Pacific Ocean, it is impossible not to wonder natural creations. In the midst of all this beauty, there are places from which breathtaking. 
We invite you to familiarize yourself with the list of magic, but the deadliest places in the world.

Mount Merapi, Indonesia

Translated from Indonesian, Merapi means "Fire Mountain," and the name is justified. In the past century, this volcano erupted sixty times. The eruption in 1994 killed 200 residents of the local villages.
The volcano smokes 300 days a year, and it is strange to see that thousands are still living on its slopes.Volcanic ash makes the soil fertile and farmers grow crops right on the mountain. It is very risky on their part.

Boiling Lake, Dominica

This lake should be seen to be believed in its existence. Water temperature ranges from shore 82 to 93 degrees Celsius. Visitors should be careful not to fall, because the rocks around very slippery because of the cooling steam. Boiling Lake is located above the hole in the earth's crust through which the steam rises from the molten lava. He warms up the lake. Settlements around this place there. Visibility is limited because of the constant cloud of steam.

Dallol, Ethiopia

The former mining town of Dallol is located in a natural depression in the far north of Ethiopia. It is known as the hottest place in the world on the basis of the year-round average. Constant temperature there is about 35 degrees.

Námaskarð, Iceland

Next on the list is another wonderful hot spot, this time at the base of the mountain Namafjall in Iceland.Smelly (due to the high concentration of sulfur) and grim, it is considered one of the most active volcanic areas in Europe. Zamlyu Námaskarð dotted with pools of boiling mud and fumaroles (cracked emitting hot gases).

National Park Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar

This protected UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the strangest parks that you will ever be seen. It consists of 250 miles limestone structures that sometimes reach up to 390 feet in height. At the base of the razor-sharp, the towers are caves and canyons, teeming with new species, especially predators. Those scholars who still dare to look, can open five new species per day.

Minqin County, China

This is a dark day when the government throws up his hands and classifies the region as a "zone of ecological disaster." Minqin, located in the northwestern part of China, was once an agricultural settlement.Moisture in the fields of river ensured Shiyang. Currently, due to irrigation, the river dried up.
Now, fertile land Minqin is 60 square miles and is constantly decreasing. It is believed that they will be completely destroyed within the next decade.

Madidi National Park, Bolivia

Madidi National Park the size of 1.890.000 hectares is considered one of the most biologically diverse places in the world. Having started in the middle of the mountain range of the Andes, it stretches along the river Tuychi in Bolivia.
The region brings together three different climate: cold on the snow-covered peaks, moderate at an intermediate altitude in the tropical lowlands. The temperature in the lowlands is about 26 degrees.

Lake Lake Nyos, Cameroon

190 miles from the capital of Yaounde is Oku volcanic plain on the edge of the lake where you can find Lake Nyos. Although the volcano maloaktiven, this lake is one of only three exploding lakes in the world.Ozernoye eruption begins when a pocket of magma beneath the event of leakage of carbon dioxide in the water. The more CO2 dissolves in the lake, the more unstable it becomes. Any strong movement of the earth can upset the balance and release the gas into the air.

San Pedro de Atacama

dry and hot wind with an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius created the driest place on Earth. The region receives less than 1 mm of precipitation per year. NASA uses the surrounding desert to test the spacecraft heading to Mars, as this place is more reminiscent of the Red Planet.

Derweze, Turkmenistan

is also known as the "Door to Hell", this place is located 170 miles from Ashgabat. It fully justifies its name.When drilling in 1971, Soviet geologists stumbled on a gas cavity (cavity in the rocks), 230 feet wide and 65 feet deep. To avoid contamination of the surrounding area with poison gas, they decided to set fire to it.According to geologists, the place was lit one or two weeks. Do not guess ...
Burning has been going on for 44 years.

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