Secret Marvels of the World : 360 extraordinary places you never knew existed and where to find them
Featuring communist bunkers, burning gas craters and at least one sponge-rock fluorescent grotto built by Polish monks, this book reveals weird and wonderful sights the crowds don't reach.
We've all heard of India's Taj Mahal, but what about Karna Mata Temple? It's a building teeming with rats so revered they enjoy A-list treatment with daily offerings of milk and fruit.
It's no secret that visitors to Berlin can see parts of its infamous Wall still standing in the city. Not so many people know that segments of the wall have travelled all around the world and can be found in places including Los Angeles, Japan and Iceland.
Stonehenge is one of
From eerie natural wonders to historical oddities and bizarre architecture, this is a travel companion for the incurably curious.
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| 304 pages
15 Aug 2017
Lonely Planet Global Limited
Dublin 8, Ireland
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