Tuesday, June 18 2019

Five Mysterious Places in the World

By: Postbull - Last Upadte August 11, 2018


The world is wide which yet to be discovered. There are many places which are still a mystery. Modern technologies are trying to solve these mysteries. Let’s unearth the place which conceals a lot and are filled with thrill and danger.

Blood Falls, Antarctica

The unique Blood red waterfall stains red the snow-white face of Taylor Glacier. But the view can be seen in many pictures. Glaciologists and microbiologists have solved the mystery behind it and found out what causes red color. They have concluded that the subterranean lake from where the water comes and give a red color to the waterfall is highly rich in iron. It is revealed in the recent research that microorganisms living 1,300 feet beneath the ice, sustained by the iron and sulfur in the water.

Longyearbyen, Norway

From April 20 to August 23, the sun never sets over Svalbard. It is a Norwegian archipelago that lies north of Greenland in the Arctic Sea. one can’t distinguish whether it's day or night. The phenomenon plays havoc with the clock. It is a famous tourist spot. The scenario is fully covered with snow.

Christ of the Abyss, Italy

It is a 2.50 m tall statue of Jesus Christ which is under water. It is a favorite spot for underwater lovers.

The confluence of Rhone and Arve rivers, Switzerland

There are two adjacent rivers in Switzerland, both of them have a different color. One is a brown other one is blue. They never fully mix with each other due to the difference in density.

Racetrack Playa/ Sailing Stones, Death Valley

Have you ever heard about a rock moving? There is a Sailing Stone in Death Valley, California which moves itself. It has been a mystery since 1915. No one has ever seen rocks moving but the track it traces behind it suggests its motion. The stone has been and recorded and studied to solve the mystery.

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