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    50 Unbelievable Places That Are Hard To Believe Really Exist

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    36.) Ice Cave in Oregon, USA

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    Caves formed and sculpted from ancient lava flows are an exciting quest of exploration for those who love to trek. This tour will probably not be able to entice those who are unwilling to discover nature’s historical events.

    37.) Cave in Algarve, Portugal

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    Enough of those Caves in the winter. Here’s one cave that all beach bums would like. The Cave in Algarve is so stunning that you may want to embrace the moment of being enveloped inside nature’s odd way of surprising us.

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    38.) Spotted Lake in Osoyoos, British Columbia

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    It’s enough fact that interests us that during World War 1, minerals from this lake was used to make ammunition. The magic of this naturally occurring lake lies not only in its minerals but also of its uniqueness.

    39.) Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras

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    It seems like a stairway made for the Giants to climb the mountain peaks. But this famous rice terraces in the Philippines is designed to sustain rice farming of the local people where there is no access to flat fields.

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    40.) Cappadocia, Turkey

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    The geological uniqueness of this place makes it an appealing scenery for tourists to enjoy the view riding in a hot-air balloon. It appears like the mountains are covered with velvety blankets

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