7 Mysterious Supernatural destination That Are Sure To Give You Life
|#7. The Giant Blue Eye of Africa|
One of the strange wonders of Africa is the Giant Blue Eye of Africa found in the Western Sahara Desert in Mauritania. The spectacular structure is a blue circle – like the eye – in the sands of Mauritania and is believed to be around 100 million years old. This bull’s eye in the Sahara has sparked several scientific inquiries and none has been able to unravel the mystery surrounding this spot.
|#6. Lake Natron|
Africa houses some of the largest freshwater lakes in the world, but the Lake Natron is the purple cow in the pack. This red-blood, deadly lake, which borders Tanzania and Kenya, seems like a scene from a horror movie. Saline and dangerous to life due to its soda and salt contents, this lake houses deposits of sodium carbonate used by ancient Egyptians to mummify their dead. It also provides a base camp for climbing Ol Doinyou Lengai, one of Tanzania’s most iconic mountains. Source: TripFreakz.com
|#4. Snake Islands|
|#3. Blue River|
It’s weird to call any mass of water “blue” since science teaches us that water is nearly – if not totally – colorless. But the Azumini River, which radiates a breath-taking charm in Umuahia Ibeku in Abia State of Nigeria, makes you want to think twice about that theory. The Ubeku “Blue River” is so named on account of its stunning sapphire and crystal-clear water that makes it easy to spot fishes and other aquatic animals. As you sail further down the river, the blue color of the water strikes your eyes.
On the northern cape of the Sina Desert in Egypt lies a cluster of seats for an outdoor movie cinema. According to Estonian photographer Kaupo Kikkas, who recently visited the abandoned location, the theatre was built some decades ago by an unnamed French man. One day, while at the Sina Desert with his legion of friends, they decided to build a movie theatre there. They headed to Cairo and brought in hundreds of old seats, a generator and a giant screen for the project.