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White Desert (Sahara el Beyda; Egypt

Bulbous white rocks in strange shapes and sizes rise from the desert about 28 miles north of the

town of Farafra in western Egypt—a cluster of mushrooms here, a herd of half-melted snowmen over there. Their appearance isn’t due to some avant-garde stone sculptor, but rather thanks to the wind. When the ancient sea that once covered the land dried up, the remaining sediment layer began to break down. The softer spots crumbled away, and over time, powerful sandstorms shaped the harder rocks into their current forms. Source of http://www.travelandleisure.com/slideshows/worlds-strangest-natural-wonders
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