Places where magic exist
Judge C. R. Magney State Park is a state park in the United state of Minnesota ,The North Shore of the park is best known for the devil’s Kettle , an unusual waterfall and rock formation in which half of the river disappears into a pot hole,the river splits in two an outcrop of rhyolite , volcanic rock as hard as granite,The east side of the river falls 50 feet into a pool in typical waterfall fashion.
The water on the west side falls into a hole in the rock and vanishes. If you tossed a stick there and watched it go into the hole hoping to see it pop out of the water somewhere when the river flattens out, you’d be disappointed. This have made some locals believe that the devil’s kettle is a gate way to the underworld or some sort Spiritual realm
2. The dancing forest
The dancing forest is a pine forest in kalinlingrad Russia noted for it’s unusually twisted trees,dozens of trees in the Dancing Forest of Russia have trunks that are contorted into rings, spirals, and other loops and squiggles, and the reason for this mysterious malformation is not known. supernatural inclined have suggested that the forest is in a place where positive and negative energies clash and that these forces have manipulated the shapes of the trees.
3.The gates of hell
In the hot karakuk dessert in turkey is a hole 230 feet wide that has been on fire for over fourty years,popular known among the locals as the gates of hell was created in 1971 when a Soviet drilling rig accidentally punched into a massive underground natural gas cavern, causing the ground to collapse and the entire drilling rig to fall in. Having punctured a pocket of gas, poisonous fumes began leaking at an alarming rate.
To wade off a potential environmental catastrophe, the Soviets set the hole on fire, figuring it would stop burning within a few weeks but never did which is starting to make people think that the Gates of hell may be getting it’s fuel source from a magical realm
4.The center of the universe
The center of the universe in downtown Tulsa is marked by a small concrete circle in the middle of a larger circle of bricks. The “Center of the Universe” is a little-known mysterious acoustic phenomenon. If you stand in the middle of the circle and make a noise, the sound is echoed back several times louder than it was made. It’s your own private amplified echo chamber. many scientists have studied the cause of the odd anomaly without any conclusion
Caño Cristales is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena province , and is a tributary of the Guayabero River. The river is commonly called “the river of five colours” or the “Liquid Rainbow,” it is well known for its striking multicolor waters.
The River of Caño Cristales is one of the most spectacular natural wonder in the country. Found in the mountain range of Serranía de la Macarena, the river mesmerizes with amazing colors: vivacious yellow, green, blue, black and red shades quiver from the bottom.
6.Socotora highland, Yemen
Separated from mainland Africa more than six million years ago, this remote island looks like the set of a sci-fi film. Socotra’s incredible and unique biodiversity means that there are plants and trees here not found anywhere else in the world – particularly bizarre are the ancient and twisted dragon’s blood tree and the bulbous bottle tree.
7.Land of the midnight sun
The midnight sun (Also known as a polar day)is a phenomenon seen within the Arctic and Antarctic circles. During the polar summer, the sun stays above the horizon 24 hours a day – meaning no sunrise or sunset, just constant daylight
In the Northern Hemisphere, the midnight Sun starts on the North Pole as the Sun rises around the vernal (spring) equinox in March,then midnight Sun lasts for about six months.