Nature - the best artist, but sometimes it interferes with the idea man, and thanks to this union there are amazing places. We offer you a selection of the most unusual parks in the world.
Green Lake, Austria
This park is located in the Austrian town Tragoess, amazing, above all, in the winter - it is a regular park here with broken beds, walkways, trees. People come here to sit on the comfortable benches, picnic and enjoy stunning views of the mountains and the lake, where the water has an unusual green color. But summer lake poured, and the water level rises in it from two to ten meters. Then the park is flooded and completely disappears under water. And then here from all over the world come to divers. Perhaps this is - the only place in the world where you can see the familiar world under water. All plants, park paths and benches are in place, and you diving floats past them. Among terrestrial vegetation in the crystal-clear water floating small fish. And so it goes, until winter comes again.
Park 200 Buddhas, Laos
200 Buddha Park was established relatively recently one of the religious leaders of Laos Bunlya Sulitatom. It took a lot of time, and he Sulitat finish it and could not, as crazy. However, the park is amazing: a relatively small area collected more than 200 sculptures of Buddhas, snakes, gods and heroes of the Hindu and Buddhist mythology. Thanks to meticulous planning, the visitor can come close to each stone statue, explore all the features of the thread, or, if they wish, to look into the faces of stone from a distance. The amazing thing is that each carved in stone hero inherent in his own face. Everything worked out every detail of the statue: scales on the snake bodies, folds in clothing characters, attribute, entity ... The height of some statues reaches 20 m in height and some do not exceed the five-year growth of the child. The park is located just five miles from the town of Nong Khai, and if desired, can also be reached by bike or even on foot. In addition to articles, it has picturesque ponds, manicured flowerbeds and open to the public glass sphere, where lies the embalmed body of the founder of the park Bunlya Sulitata.
Park sinners, Thailand
The park is not recommended to visit people with unstable mentality. The fact that Park sinners in the territory of a Buddhist temple 40 km from Bangkok is filled with sculptures of people, pierced with spears hung consumed by mythical animals and other dead, no less terrible ways - a sort of visual demonstration might look like "hell on earth ". In addition, the set of speakers throughout the park now and then comes the muted psychedelic music and eerie voice, which tells about the various horrors of torture and things like that - fortunately, in Thai. By the way, the Thais often come here with children - apparently for educational purposes. But we would like to bring to the place of the child is not advised. And adults should visit this park only in the event that they have a mental or iron, or a specific sense of humor.
Park space reflection, Scotland
According to the plan of the founders of the park spouse Charles Jencks and Maggie Chesvik, this place should give visitors a glimpse of the universe and man's place in it, and that the whole of modern science - no more than a step in the process of learning something quite extraordinary. The usual flower beds or comfortable paths in the park is not. But there is quite futuristic objects such unusual form artificial hills, bridges and stairs. Everything is so harmoniously that the landscape perfectly fit aluminum sculpture most bizarre. The visitor can even get into the "black hole" or be in the Klein bottle, to reflect on complex mathematical formulas or wander inside fractals. Bird's-eye view of the park all man-made objects represent the whole picture. This is - one of those amazing man-made places on Earth that are definitely worth a visit.
Creation Museum, USA