The world is full of wonder. Even after all these years of advancement, some things are still wonders for science. The world has many mysterious places, from an unorthodox zone where even the compass does not work to the lakes that can mummify animals. These unique sites and their mystical phenomenons have piqued the curiosity of many. Today we are sharing some of these mysterious places around the world with uncovered mysteries. 

Here is a list of the mysterious places in the world:

1. The Bermuda Triangle, Atlantic Ocean

The waters of the Bermuda Triangle have been a mystery for centuries. We all have heard the mystical occurrence, including the air crash and the disappearance of ships, marines, and even humans.

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Sprawling more than half-million square miles of the Bermuda Triangle is also well-known as the Devil’s Triangle. There is a debate about these obscure incidents. Compass does not work in this place. Many people think it is because the magnetic field is different than any other place in the world. Some people also believe the reason behind that is tropical cyclones.

2. The Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt

Encircled by the mysteries, the Great Pyramid of Giza is a sight to behold. Built around 2500 years before the birth of Jesus Christ, this ancient memorial is one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

The Great Pyramid of Giza reflects the magnificent architectural skill of the ancient world. It is astonishing how the engineers of the era build this 455 ft tall building without any modern technologies. 

3. Blood Falls, Antarctica

We have all seen blood pouring out of nowhere in horror movies. However, what if happens in real life? In the Taylor Valley of East Antarctica, you can see Blood Falls where blood gushed on the ice.

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In 1911, Australian geologist Griffith Taylor discovered this mystical phenomenon. According to scientists, the reason for this phenomenon is the salty, iron-rich water from inside the glacier oxidizing and rusting once it comes in contact with oxygen.

4. Gates of Hell, Turkmenistan

In the Desert of Turkmenistan is a pit of fire burning still the date. The Door to hell is a 69-meter broad and 39-meter deep furnace of fire.

In 1971, Canadian explorer George Kourounis first uncovered The Gate of Hell. During his adventure with his team, they found poisonous methane gas leaking into the air. So they set it on fire, and the put is still in blaze since then.

5. Magnetic Hill, India

Do you believe in magic? There is a place in India that will make you believe in magic. Nonetheless, it is a phenomenon that defies the law of gravity. Yes! We are talking about the Magnetic hills in the valley of Leh.

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In this mysterious place, cars and other objects seem like drifting backward by some unknown force. However,  it is an optical illusion. Apart from India, there are several magnetic hills around the world.

6. Eternal Flame Falls, United States

Have you ever heard of the Eternal Flame Falls in the US? Located in the Shale Creek Preservesmall, this small waterfall has a burning flame that never extinguishes.

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This natural phenomenon is a mystery that has even made scientists puzzled. Many believe the reason is a natural gas leakage underneath the falls that burns. This beautiful undying flame is an attraction to tourists worldwide.

7. Lake Natron

In the north Ngorongoro District of Arusha Region of Tanzania is enchanting lake natron that can become ruthless in a few seconds. The bright red lake water can make animals into stone.

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The water in Lake Natron is alkaline with a pH level of 10.5. With a similar pH to ammonia, the water can burn the skin and eyes of animals and even mummify them. However, it is not harmful to adaptive animals and birds. Regardless, the eerieness of Lake Natron is inescapable.

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