Sure, here are 5 more of the world’s strangest places to visit:
The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan:
Also known as the Darvaza Gas Crater, it’s a natural gas field that collapsed into an underground cavern, creating a crater that constantly spews flames and noxious gases. The sight of the burning pit in the middle of the desert is both eerie and captivating.
The Island of the Dolls, Mexico:
Located in Xochimilco, the Island of the Dolls is covered in hundreds of dolls hanging from trees and scattered around the area. It’s said that the dolls were put there to appease the spirit of a little girl who drowned in the canals nearby.
The Catacombs of Paris, France:
Deep beneath the streets of Paris lies a maze of tunnels and chambers filled with the bones of more than six million people. The catacombs were created in the 18th century to deal with the overflowing graveyards of the city.
The abandoned city of Pripyat, Ukraine:
This ghost town was once home to thousands of people who worked at the nearby Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. It was evacuated in 1986 after the catastrophic nuclear disaster, and today it stands frozen in time.
The Crooked Forest, Poland:
Located near the town of Gryfino, this strange forest is home to around 400 pine trees that have all grown with a 90-degree bend at the base of their trunks. No one knows why the trees have grown this way, adding to the mystery and intrigue of the place.