June 9



With surreal, ghostly scenes and thousands of years of mysteries, many places in the world are curious to the travel world.

Devil’s Bridge

Devil’s Bridge, also known as Rakotzbrucke Bridge, is located in eastern Germany. Born in the 19th century, the project is known as one of the most beautiful and mysterious bridges in the world. It is impressed by the unique arch architecture. A special feature is that when reflected on the lake, the Devil’s Bridge forms a magical circle. However, visitors can only watch and not pass to avoid damaging the bridge.

Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda Triangle: Located off the coast of Southeast America in the Atlantic Ocean, with 3 corners: Miami (USA), San Juan (Puerto Rico) and Bermuda Island (UK), this place is associated with disappearances. unsolved mystery. With an area of more than 700,000 square kilometers, it is part of an important shipping route in the world. Over the centuries, a large number of ships and planes have mysteriously disappeared in this area.

The eye of the Sahara

The “Richat Structure” or “The Eye of the Sahara” is an elliptical geological structure emerging in the middle of the Sahara Desert, in central-western Mauritania. This natural structure is the result of soil erosion from the late Protozoic to the mid-Ordovician Sandstone period. This “eye” is a circle with a diameter of 50 km and is visible from space.


Stonehenge, England: This huge stone structure is one of the mysterious places that attracts tourists to the UK. How to transport and build monolithic rocks here 5,000 years ago has become a hot topic attracting scientists to explore. In 2019, Newcastle University students discovered humans could have pulled the rocks using sleds lubricated with lard.

Eternal Flame Waterfall

Eternal Flame Waterfall, USA: The mystery of the immortal flame in the waterfall makes many people curious. In the center of the waterfall is a small fire burning with natural air. The strange fire has given rise to anecdotes about the appearance of elves. While the stories were quickly disproved, the waterfall remains a mystery from a scientific perspective.

Uluru . Monolithic Rock

The monolithic rock mountain of Uluru, Australia impresses visitors with its continuous color variation throughout the day. Scientists say that Urulu’s characteristic is a quartz sandstone block with a tight texture, the surface has iron oxide, so when the sun shines at many different angles, it will change color continuously. Visitors are advised not to bring anything from the Uluru rock as a gift, otherwise they will have bad luck.

Nazca Plateau

The Nazca Plateau, Peru, exists mysterious drawings that, for centuries, researchers have not been able to explain. The drawings at the Nazca Plateau are divided into two categories, biological and geometric simulations. Archaeologists have discovered a large cat here. It is believed that there are many such drawings that are hidden by trees and rocks for a long time.

Great Blue Hole

Great Blue Hole, Belize: Over 300 m wide, this is a unique blue hole that was submerged after the last ice age. After being discovered by French diver Jacques-Yves Cousteau in 1971, Blue Hole became one of the best scuba diving sites in the world. Inside the hole hides ocean mysteries such as coral fossils up to thousands of years old and different sea creatures.

Fairy circle

Fairy circles appear on large, arid lands such as the Namib desert in Africa and some remote areas in Australia. They have a symmetrical circle shape, surrounded by vegetation up to 34.7 m in size. Scientists think that when it rains, the fairy circles act like reservoirs of water.


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