Our daily routines might be fairly monotonous a lot of the time. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that many people regard vanished cities to be intriguing examples of mystery, adventure, and occasionally fantasy.
Lake Baikal in Siberia is not your typical lake. It is the longest freshwater lake in the world, measuring 395 miles long and 49 miles broad. It is also the oldest on Earth, with a history that goes back 25 million years.
The Great Barrier Reef was viewed as a labyrinth by early explorers rather than as a natural wonder of the globe. Before it was charted in the 1800s, the aggregation of more than 3,000 reefs and 600 islands off the northeast coast of Australia led to numerous shipwrecks.