This natural gas crater can be found in the middle of the Karakum Desert and is known by locals as the ‘Door to hell’. Geologists ignited the crater in the early 1970s to stop the spread of methane gas into the atmosphere; it has been burning continuously ever since.
Formed by erosion, these passageways in the Antelope Canyon have gone through flash flooding seasons that has created the incredible flowing shapes etched into the Navajo Sandstone.
This sparkling salt flat spans four provinces at the foot of the Sierras de Córdoba mountain range.
This natural phenomenon is the result of two rivers colliding. One runs from the glaciers of the Chamoniz Valley, giving it a darker appearance as it is filled with silt.
In the Denizli Province of Southwestern Turkey, these terraces of hot springs have been the place of choice for bathers for thousands of years.
One of the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe, the UNESCO World Heritage Park is famous for its waterfalls and pristine lakes.