geological wonders

10 Most Beautiful Geological Wonders

Our planet has some beautiful natural creations which are so amazing that its very hard to some-up everything in this post. Many of them were formed in a natural way, such as the eruption of a volcano or meteorite fall.

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1. Great Blue Hole

Outside of Belize, a country in South America, is almost perfectly circular hole with a diameter of 0.4 km. The water depth in this hole -145 m, which gives it a deep blue color. Tourists from all over the world are immersed in the great blue hole of Belize, to admire the amazing species of fish in its clear waters. It is believed that this magnificent geological object was formed billions of years ago, when the water rose above the caves.

2104 10 Geological Wonders beautiful2. Eye of the Sahara

In the Sahara desert in Mauritania is one of the most amazing geological wonders, Eye of the Sahara, which is also called the structure Rishat. In the middle of naked desert land can be seen like a bull’s eye formation, with a diameter of 50 km. The crews of space ships even use the Eye of the Sahara as a guide. It was supposed that the Sahara was called Eye of a meteorite on Earth. But now scientists believe that this creature was formed geological uplift and erosion of land.

390 10 Geological Wonders beautiful3. The Gates of Hell

Darwaza – a city in Turkmenistan, where there is an impressive geological formation, called the Gates of Hell. This hole in the ground has inexhaustible supplies of fuel gas. It is believed that about 35 years ago, geologists who drilled the ground to detect the gas, dug too deep and the ground collapsed. Geologists have not dared to climb into the hole to pick up their equipment. Fearing that the poisonous gas could come out of the land, they set fire to the gas in the hole and then lit a fire here permanently.

450 10 Geological Wonders beautiful4. Icy Tower Erebus

On the coldest continent, Antarctica is Erebus volcanic mountain covered with hundreds of ice towers. The towers are located at a height of 20 meters and constantly emitting steam. When the steam in the cold, the inner walls of the towers grow and expand.These earth geological creations like towers on the planet Mars, the satellites of Saturn, Jupiter and Neptune. This is constantly active volcano is another miracle of nature, where there are ice and fire. Erebus last erupted in 1978.

544 beautiful geological wonders of the 105. Diabolical boulders

Australian aborigines, who live here are called Devil boulders Carla Carla (Karlu Karlu). These huge round boulders of red granite are located amidst beautiful landscape. The diameter of these boulders can be from 50 cm to 60 m in cross section. Some are very bizarre way, balancing one another. Diabolical boulders formed millions of years ago when molten magma was under the sandstone and cooled to form granite.

Years, and environmental factors have caused erosion, so today we can observe these amazing natural phenomena. For Australian Aboriginal Devil boulders have special spiritual significance.

639 beautiful geological wonders of the 106. Reed Flute Cave

Reed Flute Cave in Guangxi autonomous region in China is a famous landmark, also known as the Palace of Natural Art. Natural limestone caves filled with wonderful and bizarre formations like icicles and rock formations with the additional effect of colored light.

This geological object was named in honor of the cane, which is found outside the cave and used for making musical flutes. Its length is about 240 m and a vast territory, which is an impressive landscape. The object is ancient, since its walls are preserved inscriptions from the reign of the Tang dynasty, dated 792 BC

739 10 Geological Wonders beautiful7. Salar de Uyuni

Salar de Uyuni in southwestern Bolivia. This geological wonder is the largest dried salt lake, located more than 3000 m over the Andes, with area greater than 10 000 km ².

This unique landscape formed by multiple layers of salt and water. In the middle of the marsh salt thickness is 10 m. When it rains, Salar de Uyuni sinking and looks like a huge mirror. It is believed that it was formed at the confluence of geothermal and saline lakes.At this point, several species of pink flamingos gather to breed.

836 beautiful geological wonders of the 108. Antelope Canyon

The most frequently photographed the canyon to the south-western United States is Antelope Canyon. It is located on Navajo land in Arizona. Navajo people call it Tse bighanilini, which means “place where water flows over rocks.” Antelope Canyon is divided into two separate Canyon, Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon.

Since the rain water flowing through this place, it smooths out the rocks, giving them a curving shape. Antelope Canyon was formed during the heavy floods which have caused erosion of rocks, which opened the passages where the deep open corridors with interesting shaped rocks. In 2006, authorities closed the Antelope Canyon in 5 months because of flooding.

933 10 Geological Wonders beautiful9. Chocolate Hills

More than 50 miles? the province of Bohol in the Philippines, has settled the geological creation, called the Chocolate Hills. In fact, on these hills is not chocolate, but all the hills, which, according to some estimates, from 1268 to 1776, look chocolate-brown in the dry season. Chocolate Hills is the third National geological monument in the Philippines, and they are depicted on the flag of the province of Bohol. Chocolate Hills are the perfect uniform shape and the height is about 30-50 m. According to one version, they were formed by self-destruction of an active volcano. According to legend, they were formed from the tears of a giant who lost his love.

1025 10 Geological Wonders beautiful10. The Stone Forest

Reserve Tsinzhi du Bemaraha in Madagascar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a place where you can see the Stone Forest. The Stone Forest consists of a high and broad diffuse limestone, covering an area of ​​666 km ², being similar to the limestone towers.Locals warn that this is the place where you can not walk barefoot, because the terrain is quite steep. In the Stone forest inhabited by unique species of animals such as white lemur.

56 thoughts on “10 Most Beautiful Geological Wonders”

  1. I was just thinking that.. some of the grammar on this post makes no sense and some of the descriptions aren’t where they belong in relevance to the pictures..

  2. why don’t people just leave it alone this person has done a wonderful thing by giving us the opportunity to see these amazing creations of nature, sure they don’t speak perfect English but who cares it shouldn’t bother anyone that much. and thank you for posting all of these pictures they really are beautiful 

  3. Belize is in central America not south America… what is it with thinking everything south of Texas is south America?

  4. holy shit do you people not realize that everyone who uses the internet doesn’t speak English as their primary language? There’s actually about 6.5 billion people who don’t have English as their first language.  Lighten the fuck up and quit being so god damn critical of people.

  5. If you’re so critical of the poster’s English why don’t you go find your own pictures of something beautiful and make a post about it. Stop being so damn critical.

  6. I would love to visit Australia and see the Devil Boulders in person. I could really connect there. I wish I had the funds to visit all of these places. But pictures are nice. Just not the same :/ Love these though! They are all absolutely stunning :) Wonderful photography as well. Kudos!

  7. My head hurts after trying to translate this into English. Also, the article starts with the text underneath the related picture but at some point half way, the pictures end up underneath. Confusing.

  8. In the opening sentence, the person who put this site together made a glaring spelling mistake. People really should check their grammar and spelling before posting things on the internet. It’s difficult for me (and others, I’m sure) to take someone seriously if they can’t follow simple rules of the English language.

  9. There is more than one form if english you fucktards! Yank speak different to poms, and poms different to aussies, aussies different to kiwi’s ect ect
    There is different meanings for words, there is different spelling for words, i.e ass(yank) is the same as arse(aussie). Fanny(yank) means bum. Fanny(aussie) means vagina. How about you people that think you so smart actually go and learn the 5-6 different types of english. Your comments just show how intelligent you trollers are

  10. “The most frequently photographed the canyon to the south-western United States is Antelope Canyon.”This is an incredibly ignorant assertion.  There is no way in hell that you could pack half as many people into Antelope Canyon (Upper and Lower combined)  as you usually see wandering around on the South Rim of Grand Canyon between, say, El Tovar and Bright Angel Lodge, anytime in the middle of the day, any day of the year.   And that’s only a very small section of the South Rim…there is also a North Rim, scads of folks on the river, and in the backcountry as well… 

  11. If You speak English as your first language, you should be able to read this without being that confused. If you have a problem with the authors grammar, instead of critiquing their grammar, you should be concerned about your own critical thinking skills 

  12. I don’t think the Belizian Blue Hole was formed billions of years ago.  It is in a sinkhole in what is probably Cretaceous limestone where a cave roof fell in.  That would make the rock the cave formed in 60 to 90 million years old or so.  Not billions. And the hole itself probably formed when the roof fell in during glacial periods less than a million years ago.

    And ya’ll should back off the guy who pointed out the narrator’s first language was probably not English.  I agree.  It doesn’t damn him to hell, you know.

  13. Beautiful pictures, terrible English. If you’re going to post to an English website, learn the language.

  14. @b2d80360b73af036997341d9416b4533:disqus Central America is not in North America. I feel silly just making that correction, but everybody makes mistakes.

  15. Did anyone point out that I think picture #6 and #5 are backwards? Or at least it seems that way to me based on the descriptions..

  16. The region of Central America IS in fact on the continent of north america.

  17. Really everyone? Since when was it helpful at all to criticize and humiliate people for their grammar capabilities? Yes, it’s obvious they had some errors in the article, but I’m sure that if your first language is English, you did just fine in comprehending what they were trying to get across. There aren’t even that many errors. Shoot, their English is better than a lot of adult native speakers English I have seen.

    The post was great nonetheless. I loved it. The pictures and descriptions were amazing and well worth my time. Keep up the good research!

  18. I’m glad someone here is using their brain! It’s not that hard to read at all. I think people just like making a fuss and embarrassing others more than anything.

  19. If you’re going to read a post that someone else spent their hard time bringing together, don’t complain about the grammar and be happy that someone brought you something worthwhile. As if it wasn’t understandable…

  20. I think you guys are being harsh and waaaaay tooooo critical..oh opps was that a gramatical error? Hah! get over it and just read the article, and see all the good in it rather than the bad. Ugh thats what makes me sad about people is they always choose to see the worst side of things! Such a shame indeed. I thought the article was great, it inspired me to want to see these places. Thanks for sharing :) I loved it!

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