BBC: World of Wonder

Feel a sense of awe and sheer amazement with these natural phenomena and manmade marvels.

A marble world submerged in a lake

Deep in the remote reaches of Patagonia, a shimmering glacial lake holds a spectacular geological marvel.

‘The most beautiful river in the world’

Every year in the remote wilderness of Colombia, an ordinary river erupts into a spectacular rainbow-coloured waterway.

An island of colossal stone columns

Rising sharply from the East China Sea, a maze of smooth basalt columns forms a surreal stone forest.

The world’s most diverse ecosystem

This scorched shrubland has three times as many plant species as the Amazon rainforest, and needs to burn to survive.

Norway’s stunning marvel of engineering

The 8.2km-long Atlantic Ocean Road connects Averøy to mainland Norway, revealing extraordinary views as it hops from island to island.

A stunning danger lurking under the ice

Lake Abraham in Alberta, Canada, treats visitors to a spectacular winter phenomenon: stacks of pearl-like bubbles trapped between layers of ice.

A rare weather phenomenon like no other

The Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina have the topography and climate to display a wondrous weather phenomenon – but to witness it, good timing and a bit of luck are key.

Source: BBC

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Deep in the remote reaches of Patagonia, a shimmering glacial lake holds a spectacular geological marvel.