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Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico

The Land of Oz is a defunct theme park located in the (ski) resort town of Beech Mountain, North Carolina, USA It was opened in 1970 and closed in 1980. At the top of a mountain, a crumbling Yellow Brick Road winds around forests filled with creepy anthropomorphic trees...

Lava pool in Madeira - Portugal >>> Looks lovely!

Jade Iceberg, Antarctica. When seawater at depths of more than 1,200 feet freezes to the underside of massive ice shelves, it forms ‘marine ice.’ Enormous hunks of ice break off from the ice shelf, creating icebergs. When one of these icebergs overturns, its jade underside is revealed. The wondrous color of this ‘marine ice’ results from organic matter dissolved in the seawater at those great depths. Green icebergs are infrequently seen because their verdant bellies are underwater

Lover's Lane in San Francisco >>> looks like a great place for a walk!

Ghosts of Silver City, Idaho

Summer Storm, The Alps, France photo via besttravelphotos

Lake Hillier, Australia. The only naturally pink lake in the world. And it's completely safe to swim in.

50 Strangest Buildings in the World (part 1), Kansas City Public Library

Did you know that Bologna has canals just like Venice? When you're here you need to look for small secret windows that you can open on the street and then when you look through them you see a scene that looks like this - beautiful!

Walls of water at the Southbank London

Forth de Saint John the Baptist Berlenga Island Portugal.