15 of the world’s most unusual landscape

From the moving glaciers of Argentina to the fire mountains of Lanzarote here are 15 of world’s most unusual landscapes which have been created only by mother nature herself…

With an extension of almost 4,100 sq mi, this is the biggest salt flat in the world. 

The Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Stunning white terraces of calcium-rich warm waters spring up from the earth and cascade over low cliffs, forming the crisp, snow-like landscape. 

Pamukkale, Turkey

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Punakaiki, New Zealand

Punakaiki is a small settlement on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island which is famous for its “Pancake Rocks.” 

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The Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina

With ice walls towering as high as 40 meters, deep blue landscapes and sights, and inclusion within the Perito Moreno National Park.

Perhaps the most famous viewpoint in Death Valley is Zabriskie Point – a brightly coloured, undulating landscape of gullies and mud hills at the edge of the Black Mountains. 

The Hills at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley, USA

Northern Ireland’s only Unesco World Heritage site, Giant’s Causeway is an intriguing beauty spot and a popular tourist haunt. 

Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

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