5 unreal places that actually exist

• 5 unreal places that actually exist

We all know the 7 wonders of the world - thanks to the school curriculum. All of them look interesting, but somewhat familiar, since for them it is written so many books and so many movies filmed that go here personally have no special meaning. As a viable alternative, we suggest you take a look at these absolutely incredible natural wonders.

5 unreal places that actually exist

Shana Timpishka

The water temperature in this strange river very high. Strictly speaking, it is only a couple of degrees below the boiling point. Scientists have no idea why. No volcano or termoistochnikov not near.

5 unreal places that actually exist

Movil Cave

In the south-east of Romania, there is a cave where sunlight does not penetrate for five and a half million years. The air here is filled with toxic and hydrogen sulfide. Researchers have discovered a completely unique creatures, somehow managed to adapt to life in such strange conditions.

5 unreal places that actually exist

Karachay

Near here once stood a plant for the production of nuclear weapons. The lake was used as a dump "hot" waste. In 1957, an explosion at the plant scattered radioactive particles in a radius of 23 thousand kilometers. Karachay has become so dangerous that even stand next to him for an hour - is deadly.

5 unreal places that actually exist

Grüner See

This area in the Austrian mountains filled spring flood to the extent that turns into a real lake. Small park paths, benches, trees - the water recedes.

5 unreal places that actually exist

Storm Maracaibo

At the Catatumbo River, Western Venezuela, the storm does not stop almost never. The shape of the surrounding mountains, the cold air of the Andes, the evaporated water of the river, and methane deposits support the storm over 340 days a year.