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11 of the Strangest Places on Earth

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If you’re a self-proclaimed adventurer, anxious for a travel experience beyond any other, the following destinations should make the top of your to-do list. It’s true; things are about to get weird if you opt to venture beyond the norm to the following weird and wonderful travel destinations.

And before you rub your eyes and gape in wonder; trust us, these locations really exist. Here are eleven of the strangest places on earth…

1. Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands

Loch Ness tops the list equally for both its mythical monster, Nessie, and for the eerie lake hidden away in the Scottish Highlands. Ness, the particular loch itself is 755-feet deep at its greatest and 21.8 miles long.  Unlike most lochs, this massive water body makes you wonder what could possibly be lurking in the depths.

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