30 Places That You Thought Never Existed

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11) Bamboo Forest in Japan
11Located in Kyoto, the Sagano Bamboo Forest is one of the fantastic natural sites in Japan. It is worth noting that the government considered the sounds produced by the wind passing through the bamboos as something that must be preserved.

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12) Spotted Lake in Osoyoos, Columbia
12A strangely patterned lake located the Similkameen Valleys and Okanagan. It contains great amounts of minerals such as magnesium sulfate and calcium. When the water evaporates during summer, the sediments give the lake its spotted appearance. At this point, the deposits are safe to walk on.

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13) The Painted Dunes in Lassen Volcanic National Park

13The Painted Dunes are fields of multicolored pumice that were made out of the oxidation by ash when they fell out of volcanic eruptions. The bright coloring is a result of the ash falling on the lava when they were still boiling. It is also known as a Fantastic Lave Bed.

14) Cherry Blossom Avenue in Bonn, Germany
14Cherry blossoms aren’t just limited in Japan; they can also be seen all over the world. One of the most notable is the Cherry Blossom Avenue in Bonn, Germany. It is a favorite strolling place for couples because the cobblestone street adorned with cherry blossoms creates a very romantic feeling.

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15) Lake Natron in Tanzania

15A salt lake located in the Arusha region, this dead-end lake is very shallow with a maximum of 3-meter depth. The cyanobacteria living in this lake gives its red color and orange color by the edge. Media reports surfaced that animals came into contact with the water turned into stone.

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