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It's time to leave the ruined course. Inspiring equivalent components wonder and wanderlust, Atlas Obscura celebrates over 700 of the strangest and most interested areas worldwide.
Talk about a container listing: here are all-natural wonders– the dazzling glowworm collapse New Zealand, or a baobob tree in South Africa that's so big it has a pub inside where 15 people can drink comfortably. Building marvels, including the M.C. Escher-like stepwells in India. Overwhelming events, like the Baby Jumping Festival in Spain, where men dressed as devils literally vault over rows of wriggling infants. In addition to the Great Stalacpipe Organ in Virginia, Turkmenistan's 40-year hole of fire called the Gates of Hell, a graveyard for decommissioned ships on the coast of Bangladesh, eccentric bone museums in Italy, or a weather-forecasting innovation that was powered by leeches, still on display in Devon, England.
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