The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

• The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of the world

Are you ready to see some of the coolest geological formations? Earth is filled with many unique forms of relief, and every day there are new geological discoveries. Although there are many places that could be included in this list, we narrowed it down to these 8 bizarre geological formations on Earth.

The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

1. White Desert - Egypt.

Known as Sahara el-Beida, this barren land unique land is located 45 km from the town of Farafra. It is famous for its white cream color and its massive limestone cliffs, which are the result of random sandstorms in the area.

The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

2 Mono Lake - California.

Known as Sahara el-Beida, this barren land unique land is located 45 km from the town of Farafra. It is famous for its white cream color and its massive limestone cliffs, which are the result of random sandstorms in the area.

The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

3. Devils Tower - Wyoming.

Known as Sahara el-Beida, this barren land unique land is located 45 km from the town of Farafra. It is famous for its white cream color and its massive limestone cliffs, which are the result of random sandstorms in the area.

The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

4. Chocolate Hills - Philippines.

Chocolate Hills - a geological formation in the province of Bohol in the Philippines. An area of ​​not less than 1260 hills are more than 50 square kilometers. They are covered with green grass, which during the dry season, a brown (chocolate) color, hence the name.

The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

5. Hoodoo - Turkey.

Hood, also known as a magic chimney, is a thin high spire rock, which protrudes from the lower portion arid drainage basin or dam.

The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

6. River Puerto Princesa - Philippines.

Located about 50 km north from the center of Puerto Princesa in the Philippines, the river is filled with complex rock formations, strange marine life and massive caves. Deeper areas of the underground river is almost impossible to investigate due to a lack of oxygen.

The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

7. Babel - Romania.

Babel, which means "old woman" - the name of the area on the plateau of Bucegi Romania. One of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, its name comes from a variety of mushroom rock formations scattered across the landscape.

The most bizarre and unusual geological formations of our planet

8. Fingal's Cave - Scotland.

Fingal's Cave - a sea cave on the uninhabited island Shtaffa in Scotland. Its size, natural arched roof and an eerie sound wave generated ehami, give it the atmosphere of a natural cathedral. Gaelic name of the cave, Wyman bhinna means "melodious cave".