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10 Strangest Places Of The World

By Manvika kaushik

Technicolor Mountains, Other Worldly Forests, and Dark Shiny Beaches: These unusual and bizarre places around the world prove that even the strangest can be amazing.

We are listing here the 10 strangest Places of the world  , the first among the list of 10 strangest Places of the world :


  • The Lost City of Atlantis,  is placed at first position  of the  the top strangest places of the world,the greek philosopher Plato mentioned that more than 2,300 years ago, is known as one of the oldest and greatest mysteries of the world. 
  • Scientists are convinced that Atlantis is found somewhere between Spain and Morocco. The real Truth is a mystery in this story. Questions like where is Atlantis or does it even exist for real are still unanswerable.
  • The name Atlantis is given because it is located somewhere Atlantic ocean.But a theory revels that Atlantis named after a Demigod ,Atlas who was the son of Poseidon,the Greek God.

  •  The theory of Atlantis city is still missing .Plato tends to wrote three books out of which he wrote atleast two out of which we have complete version of Timaeous and the second books Critias is incomplete.
  • Atlantis would be at least 11,500 yrs. Old.
  • Plato acknowledges that some myths are symbolic in . It has been stated in his book that 
  • It was real, not a myth.
  • Now this island of Atlantis had a great and wonderful empire that ruled the whole island and some others and moreover,
  • Since some people claim that the lost city of Atlantis was on Mars, or that it was just a colony of alien civilizations, the inhabitants of Atlantis are thought to possess extraordinary powers, such as the ability to control the weather, modify volcanic eruption.

2. The Great Pyramids OF GIZA

  • Among the list of 10 strangest Places of the world , we have placed the great pyramid of Giza on number 2 because it is one of the most iconic yet mysterious wonders of the world, the Pyramids of Giza are an incredible sight to behold.
  • While the three pyramids of the Giza plateau – known as Cheops (The Great Pyramid), Chephren and Mycerinus are the most famous in Egypt.
  • The great Pyramids of Giza have been placed among the seven wonders.

  • The Great Pyramid is thought to be constructed of over two million stone blocks that range from two to over fifty tons, though it remains a mystery as to how they were transported. Historians estimate that over 100,000 people were involved in the construction of the Pyramids of Giza, and that they may not have been slaves as once thought but rather paid workers.
  • Although Egypt and the pyramids are synonymous with hieroglyphics, surprisingly no writing or hieroglyphics of any kind have been found within the Great Pyramid of Giza.
  • There is a granite coffer inside the main chamber of the Great Pyramid, which seems completely normal to all, until you realize that it is made of a solid piece of granite, which has yet to be squeezed out of the passage. The bottom is too big to fit. This realization has led historians and archaeologists to believe that the Great Pyramid was built around the coffer rather than brought in it.


  • On No.Third we of 10 strangest places the world we have placed  Nazca Lines- are a group of very large geoglyphs formed by depressions or shallow incisions made in the soil of the NAZCA Desert in southern Peru. They were created between 500 BCE and 500 CE.
  • Anthropologists consider the Nazca culture to be around 100 BC. And A.D. Flourished from 1 to 700, making up most of the Nazca Lines. The Chavin and Paracas cultures, which precede Nazca, may also have created some geoglyphs.
  • Most lines are formed by a shallow trench on the ground with depths of 10 and 15 cm (4 and 6 in). Such trenches were built by removing red-brown iron oxide-coated pebbles covering the surface of the Nazca Desert.
  • His best explanation so far is that those who drew these pictures could see distant birds while traveling. "Our findings suggest that they attracted exotic birds, not local birds, and this may be a clue as to why they attracted them in the first place." Eda explains.
  • The lines are found in an area in Peru, 200 miles from Lima, near the modern city of Nasica. In total, there are more than 800 straight lines, 300 geometric figures and 70 animal and plant designs, also known as biomorphs.
  • Some scholars point to the animal depictions—some of which are symbols for rain, water or fertility and have been found at other ancient Peruvian sites and on pottery—as evidence of this theory.


  • On the 4 no. Of our list of Top strange places of the world we have listed  Loch Ness it is a large, deep, freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands extending for approximately 37 kilometres southwest of Inverness. Its surface is 16 metres above sea level. Loch Ness is best known for alleged sightings of the cryptozoological Loch Ness Monster, also known affectionately as "Nessie".
  • The Loch Ness monster,"Nessie" is often described as large, long-necked, and with one or more humps protruding from the water. .It gets its worldwide attention in 1935.
  • Evidences of its existence is anecdotal,with a no.of disputed photographs and sonar readings.
  • There hasn't been an unanimous agreement on how the monster actually looks like . A number of people on there own experience with the monster have listed in history records their own assumptions over the huge monster.
  • So all over the mystery and the strange thing behind the Loch Ness is the appearance of a huge monster which neither looks like a tail having diansour nor looks like a whale . So we can assume that it is the mixutre of both.

  • This is how the monster of Loch Ness lake looks like. 
  • Movies and series are made on the mystery of this water monster as per the assumptions.After a long while the monster has disappeared after that no one had seen Nissie.


  • Stonehenge  is listed number fifth in our list of 10 Strange places of the world because of its most strange appearance and mysterious existence.
  • Stonehenge, in many peoples' minds, is the most mysterious place in the world. This set of stones laid out in concentric rings and horseshoe shapes on the empty Salisbury Plain, is, at the age of 4,000 years, one of the oldest, and certainly best preserved, megalithic (ancient stone) structures on Earth.

  • One of the most popular beliefs was that Stonehenge was built by the Druids. These high priests of the Celts, constructed it for sacrificial ceremonies. It was John Aubrey, who first linked Stonehenge to the Druids.
  • Stonehenge is one of the most famous ancient wonders in the world. In 1986, the 5,000-year-old Heng Monument became a World Heritage Site. Despite many theories, no one knows the reason for Stonehenge's creation. The inner ring-forming stones came from the Presley Mountains in Wales.
  • About 50 sarsen stones remain, but originally there may have been many more. The smaller Stonehenge stones, the bluestones, carry the most mystery because they are foreign to southern England.
  • Today, Stonehenge is used by pagan religions that have some similarities. Druids often use the Stonehenge for ceremonial ceremonies, usually long before tourists arrive. No one knows for sure what Stonehenge was used for; It is the appeal and fun of Stonehenge's journey.


  • We have listed
    Ester island on the sixth number of our list of 10 strangest places of the world , ester island belongs to chille and  is one of the most remote inhabited islands in the world.
  • Easter Island covers roughly 64 square miles in the South Pacific Ocean, and is located some  2,300 miles from Chile's west coast and 2,500 miles east of Tahiti.
  • Now what us mysterious in thus island ? ... The reason is Hundreds of years ago, a small group of Polynesia landed their wooden outrigger canoes in vast sections of the open sea, navigated by the evening stars and swollen the ocean of day. When and why did these people leave their birthplace remains a mystery.

  • Since the island was first visited by Europeans, the island was largely treeless, the movement of statues was a mystery for a long time; Pollen analysis has now established that the island was around 1200 AD. Till was completely forested. The pollen of the tree had disappeared from records by 1650.
  • The mysterious Mooi statues of Rapa Nui stand in silence but speak of the achievements of their creators. The stone sections are carved into figures of the head and torso, averaging 13 feet (4 m) long and 14 tons.
  • Moi statues were constructed to honor the Sardar or other important people who had passed away. They were placed on rectangular stone platforms called ahu, which are tombs for those who represent statues.


  • We have placed the door to hell or the darwaza gas crater on the seventh rating of our list of top strangest places of the world it has been mentioned among the top mysterious places yet .
  • The reason behind the mysterious appearance of Darwaza gas crater, also known as the Door to Hell or Gates of Hell, is a natural gas field collapsed into a cavern located in Derweze, Turkmenistan. Geologists intentionally set it on fire to prevent the spread of methane gas, and it is thought to have been burning continuously since 1971. 
  • There is no direct transport available for darwaza gas crater . The buses available only drives past Darwaza village. And then highway and continue for another 7km/miles.
  • The whole is 230 feet wide and has been burning for over 40 years.its fiery glow can be seen from miles around.
  • This strange formation is not the impact of asteroid but the result of a drilling operation gone bizarrely wrong by Soviet union.


  • Angkor war is listed at top eighth rank over the our top 10 strangest places of the world . Angkor Wat is a huge Buddhist temple complex located in northern Cambodia. It was originally built in the first part of the 12th century as a Hindu temple. Spread over 400 acres, Angkor Wat is said to be the largest religious monument in the world.
  • The complex was built to honor the Hindu god Vishnu, but the 14th century leaders converted the site into a Buddhist temple. The archaeologist knew that the rock came from the quarries at the base of a nearby mountain, but wonders how sandstone bricks were used to build Angk Wat.

  • The Angkor Wat discovery is controversial concept which refers to the visit of French naturalist Henri Mouhot in 1860 . He almost discovered a very detailed map of the temple.
  • Cambodia was first influenced by Hinduism during the beginning of the Kingdom of Funan. Hinduism was one of the Khmer Empire's official religions. Cambodia is the home of the holy temple of Angkor Wat, the largest Hindu temple in the world. ... Initially, the kingdom revered Hinduism as the main state religion.
  • The trees of the temple were 600 years old . The temple was detroyed destroyed by flooding later was overdeveloped on jungle .
  • It is listed in seven wonders of the world , as the oldest temple of the world .


  • At the number nine ,we had ranked the the Eye Of Sahara , in our list of top strangest places of the world. It is often called as Richet structure ,also called Guelb er Richât or the eye of Africa.
  • The eye of Africa is a giant rock in the Sahara seen from space. ... Today, the prevailing theory is that the structure is caused by uplifted rock, which was then shaped by erosion through air and water. The formation is surrounded by a sea of ​​dunes in the Western Sahara in Mauritania.

  • The richat structure, as it is also known, resembles a bull's eye out of sand. The structure is 30 miles (50 kilometers) in diameter, large enough in a featureless Sahara that early space missions used it as a milestone.
  •  A little after 100 million years ago, the Eye erupted violently. That collapsed the bubble partway, and erosion did the rest of the work to create the Eye of the Sahara that we know today.
  • Some people believe that the Eye of the Sahara is actually the remains of the city of Atlantis, which Plato described as concentric rings of water and land. But if you ask us, the geological history this formation reveals is way more interesting.


  • So here's the last but not the lest destination of our list of  10 strangest places of the world , and we had placed the Mount Roraima on our tenth ranking.
  • The Mysterical Mount Roraima is located on the border between Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil.

  • This huge flat-topped mountain appears as if derived from a single, unbroken rock formation with vertical walls with a smooth surface. Roraima is one of the few table-top mountains in the world. Table top mountains exist only in South America - in the Guyana Highlands

  • For a long time scientists believed that there are no caves in Roraima, however in 2003 one of the world’s largest system of quartz caves was discovered here. It is called Cueva Ojos de Cristal, which translated from Spanish means “the cave of crystal eyes".
  • Changes in the Earth's surface resulted in the formation of the tapiff. They were probably formed when the continent was separated several billion years ago and South America was separated from West Africa.

  • The mountain has always been of special importance to indigenous Indians, and is central to many legends and myths passed down through the generations. They see Rorima as the trunk of a giant tree that once held all the fruits and vegetables in the world.

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