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As we were told by our guide the area is almost destroyed by tourists, so they had to drive us to a similar location. There are these hills, with crystals, if the light falls in certain angle the sight is amazing! Just dont expect a...More
Before our day trip in black and white deserts Peter briefed us on the crystal mountain and the different geological theories behind it.
It was just next to the main road and it was impressive.
As this desert was part of a sea one time...More
A spectacular formation of quartz crystals... well, it was once. Sadly these days it seems every passing car stops and hacks a lump off it. Interesting and a well-known landmark for navigation and as a rendezvous but there are far better crystal formations out in...More