The World’s Most Unusual Places

There are a lot of unknown places on our planet that still amaze the ones who attended them. These landscapes are so unusual that it easy to think that these are the corners of some other worlds, but not the Earth. The most surprising ones make us remember that our planet will never cease to astonish us with its beauty, giving us more and more mysteries to think about.

The most dry place on the Earth is the desert in Antarctica. There haven’t been any precipitation for the long period of more than several million years. The climate of this place is maximum close to the Mars one, that’s why this is a curious area for NASA. Here the space machines and devices are being tested and the wide research is being carried out. This is the single part of the land here which is not covered with the ice. There is however and underground lake in this desert with the extreme concentration of salt in its ice. In this ice there were found bacteria, which was a collateral evidence that there is life on the Mars.

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Ghost-Busters Tours: Top Mysterious Destinations

Do you remember creepy stories about monsters and ghosts that your mom used to tell you when you were a kid? Still excited about the myths and legends, poltergeists and phantoms, medieval spooky castles and fairy tales about the “undead”? Good news: you can witness the mystery in the framework of a regular tour! Europe is literally stuffed with old fortresses and mansions that are perpetually haunted by ghosts. Check the list of the scariest destinations for the real ghost busters below.

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The legend about the Count Dracula is probably the most popular horror of all times. It is not a secret that the myth about a cruel vampire Count is based on real facts and has historical references. Vlad III Dracula of Wallachia (another known as Vlad The Impaler) was famous for his cruelty. According to the legends, he killed 100 000 people by impaling them on a sharp pole. His castle is located in Transylvania and welcomes tourists from all over the world. Unfortunately (or fortunately?), you won’t see the rows of torture’s blades and skeletons in chains hanging down from the ceiling. You will see his collection of weapons, medieval furniture and armors instead, which is not less fascinating. The castle of Dracula has a lot of underground tunnels and labyrinths that are very difficult to navigate, so don’t forget to follow the guide!

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