11 of the Strangest Places on Earth


3. Stonehenge, Salisbury, England

There are differing theories about Stonehenge, the mythical striking stones near Salisbury, England. They could indicate an ancient burial ground, a UFO landing spot, a ritualistic druid site, or a Pagan winter solstice monument. However, there are as many speculations as there are invalid answers. The only thing we do know is that whoever is responsible for building the structure over 5,000 years ago; left no written explanation.


4. Cano Cristales, Serrania de la Macarena

Cano Cristales is undoubtedly the world’s most extraordinary river of color. Sure, much of the time it might resemble any other river, but between the wet and dry seasons (typically from July to December), the river it bursts into vibrant ruby red blossoms that explode with color and life. The stream itself is overgrown by the macarenia clavigera plant, with contrasting patches of yellow sand, green moss, and aqua water running in between.

Cano Cristales, Serrania de la Macarena
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