The Most Terrifying Places on Earth Derweze, Ahal Province, Turkmenistan Located in the middle of the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan is the "Door to Hell," a name locals gave to a crater that simply won't stop burning.
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Kate Magee traveled to Sudan on her very first assignment as a photojournalist in Africa. She and her team were charged with the task of capturing images and stories of the Didinga people living in the hills.
Rock Islands Southern Lagoon The Pacific island of Palau (which has one of Asia’s best human rights records) created the world’s first shark sanctuary. The Rock Islands Southern Lagoon, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is breathtakingly beautiful.
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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah Located in Utah, Bryce Canyon National Park is home to brightly colored geological structures, which are formed from erosion and called hoodoos. The park hosts the largest collection of hoodoos in the world.
Namaqualand, an arid region in Namibia and South Africa that stretches over some 600 miles. Every spring, the barren area suddenly fills with orange and white daisies, creating one of the most surreal landscapes in the world. Photo by Shutterstock.