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Unusual Places On Earth That Look Like The Moon

On the 21st of July was exactly 47 years since people set the foot on the Moon. Such a glorious event can’t pass by unnoticed, as those small steps of Neil Armstrong were the beginning of new stage in astronomy studies. But to see the Moon, you don’t actually need to take a spaceship 384, 400 km above the Earth. You just need to know exactly where to go, as the world holds plenty of destinations that look exactly like the moon surface:

Namibian Desert

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Salar de Uyuni salt flats, Bolivia

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Lake Natron, Tanzania

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Cappadocia, Turkey

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Lake Myvatn, Iceland

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Valle de la Luna, Chile

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Danakil Depression, Ethiopia

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Glacial Caves, Iceland

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Bardenas Reales Natural Park, Spain

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Waiotapu, New Zealand

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Canyonlands, National Park, USA

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Algerian desert

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The Pinnacles, Australia

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source: telegraph

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