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    amazing nature

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    The World's Most Incredible Rock Formations | Stone Forest, China

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    StoneForest - Madagascar #monogramsvacation

  • Karishma Rajcomar

    Stone Forest, Madagascar. Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is one of the most other-worldly places you could ever imagine. For one, it’s in Madagascar, our planet’s most special and unique island, and the fourth largest in the world. Nowhere else in the wild will you find Lemurs, as well as other incredible endemic species like the carnivorous Fossa and most varieties of Baobab trees. But the Stone Forest remains an eye-wateringly amazing formation, a place you could never forget.

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Located in the east of Kunming City, Yunnan Province, Stone Forest is an undoubtedly unique natural phenomenon. In an area of 400m², there are hundreds of differently-styled giant stones scattered in random fashion and giving the appearance of a deep   and serene forest.