Hillier Lake, Western Australia: The pink and lovely Hiller Lake is the only vividly pink lake you will find in the world. The color is permanent and never changes, even when water is removed and placed in a separate container. Its startling color remains a mystery and while scientists have proven it's not due to the presence of algae, unlike the other salt lakes down under, they still can't explain why it's pink.
The "Band of Holes" consists of approximately 6,900 unexplained man-sized holes carved into the barren rock near Pisco Valley, Peru on a plain called Cajamarquilla. It dates back to ancient times and remain a mystery much like neighboring Nazca Lines and Machu Piccu best appreciated from the air and satellite imagery. You might want to locate them with Google Earth.
The Great Pyramids were originally bright white When the pyramids were originally finished, they were plated in and outer layer of white “casing stones”. These casing stones were cut with astounding precision to give a smooth slope to the pyramids, unlike how they appear today with the outer stones more or less forming very large “steps”. The original casing stones were made of highly polished Tura limestone, meant to reflect the sun’s rays, and were accurate within 1/100th of an inch.
Australia boasts a geoglyph that's larger than Peru's "Nazca Lines" and England's "White Horse". Called the "Marree Man", the pictograph measures 4.2 km tall by 2 km wide and is etched into a plateau near Marree. It depicts an Aboriginal warrior throwing a hunting stick and is so large that it can be viewed fully only from the air. "Marree Man" was discovered by a charter pilot in 1998 and, despite being the world's largest geoglyph, its origin remains a mystery.
The Alignment of the Sun with the Stone Spheres of Costa Rica: Magic or Astronomy? - Costa Rica Star News
One of the highlights of the annual Festival of the Stone Spheres in the Osa canton is watching the alignment of the Sun with three magnificent and mysterious spheres in the early morning hours. This is how journalist Andrea Solano Benavides of prominent news daily La Nacion described the mystifying event: It was 5:45 am and the Sun embraced the Osa canton to welcome a new day. A fiery sphere of light rose over the horizon in perfect synchrony with three other spheres that lay on the grassy…
Vinca is the largest and most comprehensively excavated Neolithic settlement in Europe. It was a metropolis with a flourishing culture, at the place where across the valleys of the Bolecica and Danube Rivers a joyful relief of Sumadija meets with the plain of Banat. Between 4500 and 3500 BC it was a major prehistoric settlement. Thus, Vinca is a notion signifying nowadays the peak of Neolithic farming settled culture in Europe.
7,500-year-old Stone Circle in Armenia Aligned to Cygnus's Brightest Star
Armenia's Carahunge "stone voice" stone circle complex, has shown that it is arguably one of the oldest known megalithic sites outside of Turkey, dating to around 5500 BC, 200 km from the Armenian capital Yerevan. Created as an astronomical observatory marking the movement of the sun, moon, and the stars, aligned to Cygnus's Brightest Star