Richat Structure: A geological formation in the Maur Adrar Desert in Mauritania, Africa. Although it resembles an impact crater, the Richat Structure formed when a volcanic dome hardened and gradually eroded, exposing the onion-like layers of rock
The Eye of the Sahara, Mauritania - This mysterious blue eye has puzzled scientist since the first space flights, Researchers now believe it is an area that rose up as hard quartz while softer rock and sand was eroded from it.
Aogashima Island, Japan - 青ヶ島 日本 while located in the Philippine Sea, is a volcanic Japanese island. The name Aogashima literally means 'blue island' and is technically part of Tokyo despite being located over 200 miles from central Tokyo.
♥Crater Lake Albertine Rift, Africa♥ Volcanic explosions are responsible for creating a number of crater lakes in the area. Surrounding these protected crater lakes are some of the tallest mountains found in Africa.
This 5000 year old clay tablet was discovered at Nineveh the capital of ancient Assyria. The tablet shows drawings of constellations and pictogram-based text known as cuneiform which was used by the Sumerians.
Bermuda Triangle Howard, an expert on Bermuda Triangle, claims that more than 50 ships and 20 planes have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle over the last century itself, and up to 1000 over the past 500 years
En la catedral de la ciudad española de Salamanca, construída en el año 1102, lo que la hace una de las más antiguas del mundo, en un espacio de las paredes, se ve esculpido un astronauta, perfectamente bien vestido, hasta sus zapatos son perfectos. Nadie se explica cómo un astronauta del Siglo 20, pudo haber sido visualizado en el Siglo 12.
Earth has Bullseye ~ This prominent circular feature, known as the Richat Structure, in the Sahara desert of Mauritania is often noted by astronauts because it forms a conspicuous bull's-eye on the otherwise rather featureless expanse of the desert.
The Underwater Waterfall of Mauritius Island: Mauritius Island is located in the Indian Ocean east of Madagascar. The waterfall is an optical illusion created by sand washed into patterns that make it appear as an underwater waterfall.