One of the longest bridges in the world (10,9 km; 6,8 mi) spreads above the Florida Keys – the beautiful coral cay archipelago. Every April, on a Saturday the new road is closed for 2,5 hours for a “fun run” marathon.
A unique hot spring is called after a Morning Glory flower. Morning Glory sometimes acts like a geyser: it has erupted a couple of times.
The deep natural sinkholes are very often found in Mexico. Chichén Itzá’s two pits are especially beautiful and popular among the tourists, since the city itself is very interesting and worth visiting.
The surroundings are gorgeous and it is possible to go behind the falls. In winter waterfall freezes and looks like a huge icicle!
Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico, USA. The caves are found in Guadalupe Mountains. The tourists primarily visit Carlsbad Cavern – a show cave, which is prepared for visitors.It is the seventh largest chamber in the world and is simply called Big Room.
Karma, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. An impressive sculpture is located in the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, which is found at the New Orleans Museum of Art. It is made by Korean artist Do Ho Suh.
Cancún Underwater Museum, Cancún, Mexico. Sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor has made the sculptures, that were placed underwater off the coast of Isla de Mujeres. This is one of the most exciting museums in the world.
Horseshoe Bend is a horseshoe-shaped meander in Colorado River, Arizona. What is unusual about it, is that you can see it from the cliff above, since the Bend is surrounded with canyons. No need to fly with a helicopter to view this natural beauty.
Top 10 World’s Strangest Buildings. Nice architecture not only provides comfortable houses. It shapes the aura of the cities we live in, depicts their mood and pleases our curious eyes. Check out ten world famous buildings, you might want to visit one day.
Hamilton Pool is in Texas, USA. It is 23 mi (37 km) West from Austin and is one of the most unusual as well as beautiful lakes in the world. The lake belongs to Travis County Park.
Hawaii is known for its pleasant climate and sandy beaches. However, it is a collection of volcanic islands. And the volcanoes are still very active there. Since Maunaloa and Kilauea eruptions in early 1980’s, Loihi is erupting casually since 1996.
Fort Bragg Beach or simply Glass Beach is one of the weirdest shores on Earth. It is located in MacKerricher State Park, near the military base of Fort Bragg, California.