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If you are a travel enthusiast and think that you have visited most of the most beautiful places on earth, you are mistaken. There are hundreds of incredible and unexplored places in this world that haven’t been unraveled yet by humans. Some of these places look like they are just out of a fairy tale with their myriad colors and features. Here is a list of 50 such incredible places that you need to visit at least once in your lifetime.

1. Abraham Lake

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The Abraham Lake is an artificial lake located in Canada. During the winter season, this lake becomes a well-sought after tourist spot because of the frozen bubbles that are found in the icy waters. These are methane gas bubbles that are emitted from the decayed plants settled under lake bed.
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2. Algarve Cave

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If you are looking for a quiet and scenic honeymoon location, the Algarve Caves of Portugal is the right choice for you. These are sea caves where fishing villages live overlooking the white, sandy and serene beaches. There are many sea caves lined across the shoreline of the never-ending beach of Portugal.
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3. Antelope Canyon

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Located in Arizona, this is a slot canyon that is made up of two distinct upper and lower sections. This canyon was formed when the Navajo Sandstone got eroded. This is not only one of the most beautiful places on earth, but the major source of income for the Navajo nation, thanks to its tourism potential.
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4. Bamboo Forest

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It was not without reason that the Bamboo Forest in Japan was described as one of the most beautiful groves on earth by CNN. Situated very close to the famous Tenryu-Ji Temple, the Bamboo Forest is a must-visit tourist spot for visitors coming to Japan. You can locate this forest at Arashiyama, Kyoto.
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5. Black Forest

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When you visit Germany, you must visit the Black Forest, a vast forest-cum-mountain range in Balden-Wurttemberg. With a host of rivers and lakes in this area, this place is a great spot for diving, windsurfing, and other water sports, making it one of the most enjoyable places in the European country.
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6. Bonn Street

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This is not a museum or a palace. It is an ordinary street located in Bonn, Germany. The view that the street provides with its huge canopy of cherry blossoms, is simply incredible, isn’t it? Due to the abundance of cherry trees here, this place is known as Cherry Blossom Avenue today.


7. Cappadocia

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If you have an avid interest in history and literature, Cappadocia is a great place to visit in Turkey. This place is replete with several strangely shaped rocks that tell you different tales of geology, culture, history and the significance of Turkey. Hot-air ballooning is the most important tourist activity at this location.


8. Cliffs of Moher

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This scenic spot is located in County Clare, Ireland. When you get on top of these cliffs, you will get a panoramic view of the Aran Islands, Maumturks, and the Twelve Pins mountain ranges. Due to its natural extravaganza, this is one of the most visited cliffs in Ireland till date.


9. Dallol Volcano

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This beautiful volcano is located in Ethiopia. They were formed as a result of salt deposits and other hypothermal elements present in the geology naturally. You can find quite a lot of hot springs in this location that emit liquids of acidic nature here.


10. Dragonblood trees

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One of the strangest places on earth is the location of the Dragon Blood Trees in Socotra Island along the Arabian Sea. Located along the coast of Somalia and Yemen, these trees are very weird in appearance, and they secrete a red resin, which the locals call as dragon’s blood. This resin is used for medicinal, magical and creative purposes today.
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11. Emerald Ice on Lake Baikal

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Lake Baikal in Russia looks like most of the other lakes in the world until you notice the Turquoise-blue, emerald-like ice that the water freezes into, during the winter season. This is a sight to behold, indeed! The lake, per se, is believed to be at least 25 million years old and is the home to many rare species of flora and fauna.


12. Fields of Tea

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The Great Wall of China would be on the top of your list when you visit this country on vacation. However, in the middle of the hustle-bustle of one of the largest countries in the world, there is a wide expanse of tea fields in Shanghai, which you cannot afford to miss. Enjoy tea tours to understand the basis of tea cultivation and harvesting.


13. Fly Geyser

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The Fly Geyser or Fly Ranch Geyser is located in Nevada. Its geothermal properties have made it one of the most-visited geysers in the world. Though tourists are not allowed anywhere near the geysers, they can take photos from a distance.


14. Gates to Hell

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The gate to hell in Turkmenistan is a natural gas field that keeps burning all through the year. It is known in the local language as Darvaza Gas Crater. The crater started burning in 1971 and hasn’t stopped till now, making it a great tourist destination.


15. Giant’s Causeway

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The Giant’s Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is located in County Antrim in Northern Ireland. The place contains over 40000 basalt columns interlinked with each other. These were caused by natural volcanic eruptions in the area.
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