1. One of the World’s Largest Mirrors, Bolivia
2. Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska
The Mendenhall Glacier is a glacier about 19 km long, descending through Mendenhall Valley near Juneau, Alaska, United States.
The name comes from the glacier American physicist and meteorologist Thomas Corwin Mendenhall.
3. Red Beach, Panjin, China
Red Beach is a wetland in the county of Dawa in the municipality of Panjin in Liaoning Province, north-east of the People’s Republic of China. It has the distinction of being covered with a variety of reeds giving it a red color.
It is home to many species of birds, including the red-crowned crane.
4. Street in Bonn, Germany
5. Canola Flower Fields, China
6. Shibazakura Flowers, Takinoue Park, Japan
7. Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan
The Hitachi Seaside Park, is a “State Park Japan” located near the coast of the Pacific Ocean coast, in the city of Mito in Ibaraki Prefecture.
8. Naica Mine, Mexico
Naica Mine is a mine located in the municipality of Saucillo in the state of Chihuahua in Mexico, known for its extraordinary crystals of selenite gypsum.
Naica mine is a mine of lead, zinc and silver, which were discovered in large cavities containing gypsum crystals up to 1.2 m diameter and 11.4 m in length.
9. Hang Son Doong, Vietnam
The Sơn-Đoòng Cave is a cave in Phong Nha National Park-Ke Bang in Vietnam, 50 km north of the provincial capital Dong Hoi and 450 km south of Hanoi. It was discovered in 1991 by a local and published by a British group of cavers.
10. Mount Roraima, Venezuela, Brazil, Guyana