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Table salt and halotherapy beneath the ground in Romania

Table salt and halotherapy beneath the ground in Romania

In the small town of Ashland, Pennsylvania, Route 61 takes an unexplained detour; a “Keep Out” sign straddles the original highway. Ignore the warning and you'll arrive in the abandoned town of Centralia, where an underground mine fire has been burning since 1962 when residents accidentally ignited a vein of anthracite coal. Despite efforts stop the fire it still burns today and could burn for 250 years. Been here!

Abandoned Town of Centralia, Pennsylvania

In the small town of Ashland, Pennsylvania, Route 61 takes an unexplained detour; a “Keep Out” sign straddles the original highway. Ignore the warning and you'll arrive in the abandoned town of Centralia, where an underground mine fire has been burning since 1962 when residents accidentally ignited a vein of anthracite coal. Despite efforts stop the fire it still burns today and could burn for 250 years. Been here!

Orthodox cathedral, Romania - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://travelnerdnici.com

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Orthodox cathedral, Romania - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://travelnerdnici.com

This Romanian village may have been drowned, but it is long from forgotten

This Romanian village may have been drowned, but it is long from forgotten

The most beautiful pictures of Romania: Joseph's Cave in Buzau Mountains

The most beautiful pictures of Romania: Joseph's Cave in Buzau Mountains

The Moeraki Boulders are a big attraction, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coast. The huge, gray, spherical stones formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago and were revealed by shoreline erosion. The boulders, some of which stand alone and some in clusters, can weigh several tons and measure 10 feet across.

The Moeraki Boulders are a big attraction, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coast. The huge, gray, spherical stones formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago and were revealed by shoreline erosion. The boulders, some of which stand alone and some in clusters, can weigh several tons and measure 10 feet across.

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