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Travel bucket list: 21 destinations for The Great Escape (Part 7)

Travel bucket list: 21 destinations for The Great Escape (Part 7)

In the northwestern Gansu province of China lies the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, a gorgeous expanse of land known for its rainbow-colored rock formations. Bands of fiery red, creamy orange, rich green, and bright yellow streak across the mountains, forming the most beautiful geological layer cake we have ever seen.

In the northwestern Gansu province of China lies the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, a gorgeous expanse of land known for its rainbow-colored rock formations.

The Wave, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs, Arizona | A1 Pictures

The Wave, Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs, Arizona. This natural rock formation is out of this world!

Sandymouth, Cornwall, England

The beach at Sandymouth, Cornwall, England, is home to some fascinating geological formations. Here the setting sun highlights the red in the rock while a long exposure under a clear sky resulted in the beach pebbles picking up a soft blue hue.

Punakaiki is on the road between Westport & Greymouth (New Zealand) & is a geological feature of stratified limestone formations created more than 30 Ma ago. The feature is known as the Pancake Rocks, New Zealand More

Pancake Rocks, New Zealand. Punakaiki is on the road between Westport & Greymouth (New Zealand) & is a geological feature of stratified limestone formations created more than 30 Ma ago. The feature is known as the Pancake Rocks, New Zealand

A giant granite flared slope. Wave Rock, Western Australia.Maybe I'll travel to see this someday...~R~ :)

This is the Wave Rock (Rock Ola) in Australia. Believed to be one of the oldest rocks on Earth, with million years. Its distinctive shape is caused by erosion of 60 million years. Photo: Getty Images rocks-minerals-gems-and-geology

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