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Faced with frequent dust storms and daily temperatures in excess of 110 degrees, the Australian town of Coober Pedy has had to move underground.
Eerie and unsettling perhaps, but deserted zoos also make for some excellent urban exploration.
The Chatillon Car Graveyard was an offbeat tourist destination in Belgium until it was cleared away in 2010 for environmental reasons.
Here are eight surprising and beautiful “secret” destinations that are part of the United States.
Mudbathing feels great, plus it nourishes and soothes your skin.
Travertine is a type of limestone rock commonly deposited by mineral springs through a process of rapid precipitation of carbonate minerals.
Here are eight beaches where you can find exceptionally beautiful sand that strays from the norm.
Despite a population of almost 30 million, this Chinese municipality doesn't have the name recognition of other major metro areas.
Here are some fascinating geothermal wonders from around the world that aren't suitable for swimming, but they're undeniably sublime to observe from a distance.
More than 4,000 deadly snakes call this tiny 110-acre island home, including one species with venom that can 'melt human flesh.'
Thousands of fish swim among the escalators in this surreal flooded mall in Thailand.
Here's a glance at the breathtaking variation of landscape and geography found within just a few of Canada's most amazing national parks.
For those willing to take the risk, these pathways pay off with stunning vistas.
During Europe's warmer months, this ancient fortress comes to life with greenery.
The landing pad was originally built by the town of St. Paul in Alberta, Canada to attract tourists both from this world, and from afar.
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