10 Places that Seems to be Mystery in the World (Video)


 There is a certain enjoyment in being completely confused it's a reason some of us travel to be baffled to be surprised to be shocked to look around at our foreign surroundings and have absolutely no idea what's going on this weirdness that you notice while on the road comes in different guises it can be quirks of culture or it can be unique attractions it can be natural or it can be man-made in some cases it can be a complete mystery to even those who claim it as their own these places are really weird and they're definitely worth seeing for yourself let go check them below 

 -- Number 10 mount Roraima :

 If you want me to summarize this whole place in short I would say a completely different world like that of a popular Hollywood movie journey to the mysterious island I mean it has got everything to be called so beside the enormous flat top mountain it has a unique ecosystem which includes various unusual species of plants and animals along with the waterfalls that are counted amongst the highest of their kinds in the world moreover the mountain is considered to be around 2 billion years old this beautiful landscape of mount Roraima has also inspired movies and novels 2009 Pixar film up and 1912 Conan Doyle's novel the lost world are the popular names amongst them indeed one of the most mysterious spots for the daring now would you dare to make a visit to this remote destination..

-- Number 9 Ram Setu :

 Ram Sethu or Rama's bridge is a causeway that is created across the sea connecting pombe an island in Tamil Nadu to Minar Island in Sri Lanka scientific studies have determined that the pulk Strait is a natural bridge formed by limestone shoals however according to Hindu mythology it was built by Lord Rama with the help of Vanara monkey army he had to construct this bridge to reach Sri Lanka as his wife Sita was kidnapped and was imprisoned there surprisingly the time of Ramayana 5000 BCE and urban dating analysis of the bridge sink properly this causeway is visible from an aerial view even to this day the whole issue of RAM set 2 is mysterious and that makes us talk about it even more it is said that Rama's bridge was above sea level even some historical records suggest that it was walkable until the 15th century even the estimated depth is around 3 to 30 feet in the area of this causeway

 even though the Rama's bridge is inside the water the ships cannot sail on it the water here is shallow with the level of depth varying at certain points hence ships from India have to take another roundabout route to reach Sri Lanka Ramayana mentions that the set 2 was constructed with floating stones surprisingly such floating stones are scattered across Rama swaram even to this day what do you guys think is it man-made or is it really constructed by Lord Rama and his monkey army and if it's man-made then how do you explain the floating stones ....

-- Number 8 Moving Mountain

 Mountains aren't supposed to move but a towering mountain of sand is doing just that traveling at a pace of 20 meters 66 feet each year it's not just the massive dunes that move either according to Tanzania's former President Jakaya Kikwete a a handful of the mountain sand continued to move even after he transferred it to his car standing 10 metres 33 feet tall by 100 metres 330 feet wide the crescent-shaped mountain of sand changes shape and direction every decade at once even split in two and traveled in different directions it's believed to be the product of a volcanic eruption the nan Goro Goro Conservation Area Authority uses beacons to track and predict the mountains movements..

-- Number 7. Magnetic Hill

 Whether you are an avid traveler or a hardcore writer who loves to explore new trails on a bike Ladakh in India is the name you will be familiar with and since this tourist destination has a distinct hype amongst travelers you must have also heard about the Magnetic Hills known to pull the vehicles this magnificent Hill lies on the way from Srinagar to lai highway believe it or not this small stretch of Magnetic Hill perfectly defines the phenomenon of gravity to confirm the fact you can turn off your car and while on neutral you will realize that your car is moving without your efforts at the speed of 12.5 miles per hour however there are many stories related to magnetic hill some are superstitious interesting isn't it ..

-- Number 6 sea splits into two:

 Corolla faced a really tough time this year as the city witnessed the heaviest rains which almost submerged the entire city underwater taking the lives of thousands of people and making them homeless after the water from the recent floods receded something amusing happened in one of the cities of Kerala which took everyone by surprise the locals of punani in Kerala's malappuram witnessed a new Island like structure surfacing along their Beach the narrow sand strip which is well over half a kilometre long has literally split the sea into two this is indeed a natural phenomenon and everyone was surprised to see it this has really gained a lot of attraction among the locals as well as the tourists and people actually visit here to take a long walk on the sand strip while tourists continue to flock to catch a glimpse of it authorities have warned that the sand strip could be washed away in the case of a high tide even though it was not immediately clear what was behind the formation of the unusual structure people are still wondering how did it happen well till the mystery unveils people are enjoying a walk on this making it a memorable experience...

-- Number 5. blood falls

 Imagine a snowy mountain having a blood bath in between sounds like something unnatural right well here you have the blood-red waterfall staining the white Taylor glacier the blood Falls of Antarctica may have been a mystery for quite a while but is not anymore thanks to the researchers and glaciologists who said that this occurrence was due to iron oxide basically rust which was present in the water water which flows from the lake creates this red hue and making it look as if blood is flowing out into the water.. 

-- Number 4 . Kelimutu Indonesia

 in the island of Flores in Indonesia mount kelimutu is the set of three pristine lakes in the national park of the same name these lakes are the result of volcanic eruption and all are different colors blue turquoise and even black well if you are thinking that this is the mystery of the place then I suggest you hold on these are one of those colors in which you can expect to see these lakes sometimes the color even changes to white or red because of the proximity of each lake to the underlying volcano however the change of their hue is unpredictable tourists have also seen one of these lakes in dark brown color unbelievable right..

-- Number 3 floating islands 

Loch Tok Lake is not the only largest freshwater lake in north-east india it is also home to unique floating islands called boom Dee's these circular land masses are made of vegetation soil and organic matter that have been thickened into a solid form the islands have a spongy surface that feels like a trampoline like an iceberg most of the mass of the foon Dee's lies below the water surface during the dry season when the water levels drop off the living roots of the island can reach the lake bed and absorb nutrients speckled across this lock TOC Lake the several thousand foodies and its surrounding waters are vital for irrigation drinking water and food supplies thus the lake has been referred to as the lifeline of Manipur State thousands of fishermen make their livelihood in the waters catching about 1,500 tons six point six million pounds of fish every year children and illiterate adults also attend a school located on one of the floating islands...

-- Number two Superstition Mountain 

some places have long been thought to be simply no good cursed flight it taint it whatever you want to call it out in the remote Badlands of the US state of Arizona just to the east of the Phoenix metropolitan area lyza sons dried-up arid moonscape of twisted Peaks and sprawling expansive Badlands called the superstition mountains at one time called the sierra de la espuma by Spanish settlers legend of this place has it a man named Jacob waltz discovered a giant gold mine in these mountains back in the 19th century he took the secret location with him to his grave although there's speculation he may have told one other person on his deathbed since then many expeditions to find the Lost Dutchman's gold mine have been launched but all have proven deadly explorers have gone in and never come back out some Native Americans also believe the mountain holds the entrance to hell..

 -- Number 1 Turkmenistan gates of hell 

The devarsi crater Turkmenistan better known as the gates of hell this eerie cavern in the CARICOM desert has been on fire for more than 40 years it was discovered in 1971 by Soviet geologists when the ground beneath their drilling rigs suddenly collapsed leaving a 230 foot wide hole as the huge crater was filled with potentially poisonous natural gas the decision was made to set it alight scientists expected it to burn itself out within a few days but it didn't it's been more than 40 years ago and the fire is still as fierce today as it ever was ....

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