10 little-known geological wonders

The otherworldly aspect of Yellowstone and beautiful stone formations of Moab, Utah are well known spots to get an eyeful of geological wonder, but they are far from the only ones. Here are a few lesser known areas of natural beauty where Mother Nature really outdid herself in the decorating department.
Pamukkale (Turkey)

The “Cotton Castle” in Turkey is also the site of the ancient city of Hierapolis, and the calcium carbonate produced by the hot springs at the site have caused the natural wonder to merge with the city’s ruins.
Fly Geyser (Nevada, US)

Unfortunately, those in search of the Fly Geyser will have to settle for a glimpse from State Road 34 near Gerlach, Nevada, since this beauty sits on private land. This incredible geyser was once a well dug by optimistic Nevada farmers, which worked great until a drill hit a geothermal pocket.
Enchanted Well, Chapada Diamantina National Park (Brazil)

Although located in one of Brazil’s national parks, access to this incredible spot is limited to protect its delicate ecosystem. The 120-foot pond is so clear one can see ancient tree trunks on the bottom.
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