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Probably you will not believe that but there are fantastic places on Earth that look like part of a fairy-tale. Our planet hides treasures that are totally amazing. Check the gorgeous photos below and remember that even if they look like paintings, these places do exist.

1. Sentinels Of The Arctic, Finland

1. Sentinels of the Arctic, Finland
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These are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.

2. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

2. Salar De Uyuni,  Bolivia
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This is the largest salt flat on the planet and it becomes the biggest mirror on earth during the rainy season. The place was formed when several prehistoric lakes combined to make one larger.

3. Tianzi Mountains, China

3. Tianzi Mountains,  China
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Looking alien, right? The tall and thin mountains can be seen in the movie “Avatar”. They were formed underwater some 380 million years ago. Today the mountains rise above 4,000 feet above the sea level. The flow has destroyed the sandstone around, so we can see now only stone pillars.

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4. Skaftafell Ice Cave, Iceland

4. Skaftafell Ice Cave,  Iceland
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These temporary ice structures are formed at the edge of glaciers. That happens when the flowing water melts a hole into glaciers. The ice has few air bubbles and it absorbs all light except blue, and this gives the ice its marvelous blue color.

5. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, United States

5. Antelope Canyon,  Arizona,  United States
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The Antelope Canyon was formed millions of years ago by the flowing water that carved its deep but narrow crevice. As less light reaches the deeper depths, the visitors can see the walls in different colors.

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6. Turquoise Ice, Lake Baikal, Russia

6. Turquoise Ice,  Lake Baikal,  Russia
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1. Sentinels of the Arctic, FinlandThese are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.Image credits: niccolobonfadini.comBeing the oldest freshwater lake in the world, the Turquoise Ice freezes during the winter, yet the water is so clear that one can see as far as 130 feet below the ice. In March the frost and the sun cause cracks in the ice crust and these results in turquoise ice shards at the surface.

7. Glowworm Caves, Waitomo, New Zealand

7. Glowworm Caves,  Waitomo,  New Zealand
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1. Sentinels of the Arctic, FinlandThese are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.Image credits: niccolobonfadini.comThe caves are radiating a luminescent light and feature thousands of tiny glowworms that hang to the ceiling, creating a fairytale scene.

8. Pamukkale Hot Springs, Turkey

8. Pamukkale Hot Springs,  Turkey
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1. Sentinels of the Arctic, FinlandThese are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.Image credits: niccolobonfadini.com8. Pamukkale Hot Springs, Turkey

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9. Caño Cristales River, Colombia

9. Caño Cristales River,  Colombia
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1. Sentinels of the Arctic, FinlandThese are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.Image credits: niccolobonfadini.comPeople say that this is the most beautiful river on the planet, which floats as if in yellow, green, blue, black and red as you travel along it. That is due to its fantastic habitat of fauna and flora. Some of the rocks here are more than 1.2 billion years old.

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10. Mount Roraima, South America

10. Mount Roraima,  South America
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1. Sentinels of the Arctic, FinlandThese are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.Being one of the oldest mountains on Earth, the tabletop mountain Mount Roraima was formed two billion years ago during the period when the land was lifted high above the ground due to the tectonic activity. Today the sides of the mountain are sheer vertical cliffs that feature several waterfalls. One of the waterfall claims to be the longest waterfall in the world and is almost impossible to climb.

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11. Aogashima, Japan (Volcano Within A Volcano)

11. Aogashima, Japan (Volcano within a volcano)
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1. Sentinels of the Arctic, FinlandThese are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.Aogashima located 200 miles off the coast of Tokyo. It is a volcanic island, there’s a smaller volcano within the volcano island.

12. Underwater River, Cenote Angelita, Mexico

12. Underwater River,  Cenote Angelita,  Mexico
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1. Sentinels of the Arctic, FinlandThese are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.That river is full of hydrogen sulfate, and it is much heavier compared to the normal salt water. As it sinks to the bottom, it forms a flow of its own.

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13. Hidden Beach, Mexico

13. Hidden Beach,  Mexico
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1. Sentinels of the Arctic, FinlandThese are giant trees, which are covered in snow and ice. The fantastic sight can be seen during the winter, when the temperatures range from -40 to -15 degrees Celsius.The fantastic hidden beach was created in the early 1900s by a military explosion test. In order to get to it, you need to swim through a fifty foot tunnel.

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