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  • Mary Thailand

    You're looking at the Afar Depression in Ethiopia, a 12-foot-wide hot springs that exists at the junction of three massive tectonic plates. It also sits on top of a volcano. Those circular structures around the pool are made of travertine, which is "a volcanically heated, calcium-rich flow from hot springs. This photo was taken by Carsten Peter for National Geographic

  • Karishma Rajcomar

    Around the World with Lays South Africa: Ethiopia, officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a country located in the Horn of Africa. I would love to visit & enjoy my #Lays at the Danakil Depression which is a geological depression that has resulted from the presence of three tectonic plates in the Horn of Africa. This place looks like a scene out of a movie!!

  • Carolina

    Danakil Depression, Ethiopia Photo by Carsten Peter/National Geographic. "Disks of travertine, a calcium-rich deposit, ring a hot spring in Ethiopia's Danakil Depression."

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