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People talk about the wonders of the world, and wanting to see them, but rarely do they mean those wonders which nature effortlessly provides for us to gaze at in awe. Just because a rock formation is anything but man-made does not make it less worthy of our respect and admiration. Some of the most spectacular sights on earth are there for all to see, if only they take the trouble to really look.
1. The Crystal caves of Mexico
Possibly the most stunning sight for any tourist will be the the crystal cave, located in the Naica Mine of Chihuahua, Mexico. This is a working mine, famous for the gigantic crystals of selenite, also known as gypsum, which have developed there over millions of years. Some of these incredible monoliths are 4 feet in diameter and 50 feet long, which means that they dwarf anyone standing near them. The Crystal Cave of Giants is approximately 1000ft below ground. The mine has been known since 1794, when Tarahumara Indians found it. Silver and gold were mined originally, until zinc and lead became valuable enough to be extracted at the end of the 19th century It was April 2000 when brothers Juan and Pedro Sanchez found the two caverns filled with the Earth’s largest crystals, a magical kingdom of intense natural beauty. A large magma chamber below the mountain ensures that the Cave of the Crystals is uncomfortably warm, and if not well ventilated, would be impossible to explore. Named after the Greek goddess of the moon, Selenite, is said to have many healing benefits, this crystal assisting with mental focus, growth, luck, immunity, and helping tosoothe the emotions. Continue reading