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Published April 29, 2016
Updated April 28, 2016

21 Gorgeous Caves That Prove Earth’s Greatest Wonders Are Underground

Caves Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon, Arizona. Photo: Moyan Brenn/Flickr

From azure caverns to crystal-bedded subterranean lakes, these places hold a visual bounty for explorers of all stripes, be they those who actually make the descent or those who prefer the safety of photographs. Here, in photos, are 21 of the world’s most incredible caves.

Worlds Unique Caves Iceland

Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland. Photo: David Phan/Flickr

Worlds Unique Caves Phraya

Phraya Nakhon Cave, Thailand. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The Best of the Bizarre, the Puzzling, and the One-of-a-Kind

Horse Strucuture Boat

The Kelpies horse structure in Falkirk, Scotland.

From weird history to strange culture to the downright inexplicable, this is the world your schoolteachers didn’t want to show you — and probably didn’t even know existed. See more at All That Is Interesting Curiosities.

Polar Bears Tank

A Soviet soldier feeds polar bears with condensed milk cans from his tank in 1950.

Sphinx Desert

A group of samurai pose in front of the Sphinx in 1964.

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