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10 Heart-Shaped Natural Formations Around the World

There is, literally, a heart in nature.

Heart-shaped designs, landscapes, and architecture often create the most beautiful sceneries. Heart shapes become even more special when they are part of natural formations.

If you are a fan of the heart shape, you will find these landscapes fascinating. Here are 10 beautiful heart-shaped formations that will make you love nature.

1. Heart-Shaped Mangrove, New Caledonia

Made famous by Yann Arthus Bertrand, an aerial photographer, this heart-shaped formation on a mangrove swamp is a beautiful sight to behold.

2. Heart Reef, Australia

This reef in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is a fantastic coral formation that naturally turned into the shape of a heart.

3. Isla Corazón, Ecuador

Located on Ecuador’s Chone River estuary, the Isla Corazón is a natural heart-shaped mangrove forest.

4. Heart-Shaped Meadow, UK

This heart-shaped meadow surrounded by oak trees in the south English countryside was created by a farmer as a memorial for his wife that he lost 17 years ago.

5. Heart-Shaped Island, Brasil

Located in the middle of the mangrove delta of the Vaza-Barris River in northeastern Brazil is this beautiful heart-shaped island.

6. Meadow in Trittau, Germany

Although it does not look like a heart from the ground, this heart-shaped meadow in Trittau, Germany is a beautiful sight from the sky.

7. Galešnjak, Croatia

This island is located between the islands of Pašman and the town of Turanj on mainland Croatia.

This heart-shaped island is one of the world’s rare naturally-occurring heart-shaped formations.

8. Lake in the Amazon Jungle, Brasil

This lake in the Amazon jungle is a fascinating view from the sky, but only a few people have really been to it.

9. Lake McKenzie, Australia

Lake McKenzie is a heart-shaped lake with really pure water located on the Fraser Island in Australia.

10. Heart-Shaped Wood, UK

Formally known as the Brokengill plantation, this heart-shaped wood is a patch of trees on the face of a hill near Tebay in Cumbria, England.

These heart-shaped formations are really lovely and fascinating. Make sure to include these places in your bucket lists!


9 Islands That Were Forgotten In Time

What went wrong with these places?


With many people swarming to get into the city, there are islands that are abandoned. These places would have made a beautiful history and culture of its own but were never given a chance to develop.

Whether it is because of nature or works of the human hands, these places were left behind by the evolution of human race and technology. Let’s take a look at these nine deserted places where the hands of time froze.

#1. Hirta, Scotland, UK


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These 12 Amazing Staircases Make Elevators And Escalators Look Boring

Be blown away by these staircases!


Many people dislike staircases because they are strenuous, boring, and cause too much hassle. Well, these people have not seen these cool staircases from different parts of the world.

If you are one of those people, then prepare to get your minds blown by these 12 impressive staircases. Today, we feature 12 of the world's amazing staircases.

1. Bueren Mountain, Belgium


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7 Ancient Structures That Are Much Older Than Stonehenge

These buildings have been around for thousands of years.

Stonehenge is usually the first thing we think of when discussing ancient structures. After all, the prehistoric monument is believed to have been constructed between 3000 BC to 2000 BC. However, England's ring of standing stones is hardly the oldest structure that still exists today.

Some of these buildings offered a glimpse at prehistoric life. For example, Tell Abu Hureyra was an ancient settlement in modern Syria that was occupied between 13,000 and 9,000 years ago. Archaeologists believe the settlement had proof of how our ancestors went from being hunter-gatherers to early farmers.

Today, the Tell is no longer accessible as it has been covered by Lake Assad. Here are seven ancient structures that are much older than Stonehenge....

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