7 Natural Amazing Places on Our Planet – Part 4

1. The Dead Sea, Israel

At 400 meters (1,320 feet) below sea level, it is the lowest place on earth – The Dead Sea. It’s one of the most salty bodies of water in the world.

The Dead Sea
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2. Beaches on Oahu, Hawaii

Known as “The Gathering Place”, these beaches attract millions of tourists every year.

Beaches on Oahu
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3. The Gobi Desert, Mongolia & China

This endless desert is one of the largest deserts in the world. It is part of the famous “Silk Road”.

The Gobi Desert
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4. Athabasca Glacier, Canada

Located in the Canadian Rockies, It’s the most popular Glacier in North America.

Athabasca Glacier
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5. The Seychelles

This archipelago is a cluster of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean. With the opening of Seychelles airport in 1971 the tourism became one of the main industries in this republic.

The Seychelles
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6. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

This is the largest salt “desert” in the world. A lot of tourists visit this place each year and take amazing photos of this place.

Salar de Uyuni
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7. Odeleite River, Portugal

Known as the “Blue Dragon River” because it’s dark blue and curvy shape.

Odeleite River
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