Located in the southwestern province Denizli, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988 and is considered one of the most visited places in Turkey.
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Found in Arizona, the Wave is a sandstone formation close to the northern border of Utah.
Located in Darvaza in the Karakum Desert, this gas crater has been on fire since 1971.
Located in the Erta Ale Range, this formation, called a cinder cone volcano, last erupted in 2011.
Also known as the Richat Structure, it stretches over 40 kilometers (25 miles) wide.
Located in Waitomo, this cave is known for its glowworm species native to New Zealand.
Known for its turquoise colors, it is the biggest ice cap in Europe.
Located in central Anatolia, this UNESCO World Heritage Site offers hot balloon rides to take in the natural wonders.
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Consisting of two parts, the Great Tsingy and the Little Tsingy, this rock formation is located in the Melaky Region in northwest Madagascar.
This sea cave on the island of Staffa is known for its great acoustics and belongs to the National Nature Reserve.
Located in the Zhangye National Geopark in Gansu, it covers an area of 322 square kilometers (124 square miles).
Located in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, it spews almost boiling hot water 1.5 meters (4.92 feet) in the air.
Located in Northern Ireland, the Giant’s Causeway consists of around 40,000 naturally formed hexagonal columns along the northern coast.
The lake is rich in minerals and is located close to the Kenyan border. It is a popular breeding ground for flamingos every year.
Found in the Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, it is the largest hot spring in the country.
With an area of 15 hectares (37 acres), this saline lake can be found just off the south coast of Western Australia.
The Namib-Naukluft National Park is located between the coast of the Atlantic and the Great Escarpment.
Called the “Capillas de Marmol,” they consist of three formations called the Cathedral, Chapel and Cave.
The dunes can be found in the Lassen Volcanic National Park in California.
A breathtaking geological formation in the Chamarel plain.