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3 Rarely Known Wonders of the World

Our planet Earth never fails to surprise us and is full of breathtaking places. This world is full of endless sights for our sore eyes that the list just goes on and on. Whether it’s the high mountain breaking the cloud’s flow or the islands swimming in green water, forests that are old and untouched beyond anyone’s imagination or monuments sculpted by human civilisations. This world simply has so much to offer.

While some wonders of the world like the Taj Mahal etc. are already known to the world. However, there are some other wonderful places about which the world hardly knows. Given below is a list of these unknown wonders of the world:

  • Mount Roraima, Venezuela – Spanning across an area of 31 sq km, Mount Roraima’s 400 meter tall cliffs fight with the mountains and have on itself borders of Guyana, Brazil and Venezuela.
  • Luftaufnahmen Mount Roraima

  • Mt. Maelifell, Iceland – The place simply looks like a result of computer graphics. The volcano is covered with green moss and is surrounded by the Mýrdalsjökull glacier and cold streams.
  • Mt. Maelifell, Iceland

  • The Church of Transfiguration, Kizhi, Russia – This church might look like a castle from a Disney movie, but scholars believe that it was burnt down earlier by lighting and then rebuilt by a builder who wished to stay unknown by using just one single axe and wood. The axe was later thrown in the lake.
  • The Church of Transfiguration, Kizhi, Russia

Our world is full of amazing places and stories. All we need to do is pack our bags and fly!

About Prerna Kathait

Blessed with the power to weave words with thoughts, Prerna handles the writing department in her own way! She writes, she talks, and she never fails to inspire- beside, the immense love of gadgets that she shares is profound.

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