We made a list of 18 cool spots that you probably haven’t heard of yet.
And we are sure you’d love to visit the place included as a bonus at the end!
1. Blue Pond in Biei, Japan
The blue pond in Biei, Hokkaido, appeared as the result of works on a dam built to control erosion processes and protect the nearby areas from mudflows. The unusual bright turquoise color of the water is caused by minerals. For a long time, this natural object remained closed for visitors and only became accessible a few years ago.
2. Tin Mal Mosque, Morocco
The Tin Mal Mosque was built in 1156 to commemorate the founder of the Almohad dynasty, and it is one of 2 Moroccan mosques open to non-Muslims. In 1995, it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage tentative list. The mosque is located in a mountain village only 100 km (62 mi) from Marrakesh.
3. Meroë, Sudan
Meroë is an ancient city in what is now Sudan, the capital of the Nubian kingdom of Kush that arose in the 8th century BC.
Read more from source: The 12 Amazing Spots the Guidebooks Don’t Tell You About