This is Mirny in Siberia, Russia. It is home to a huge crater, a man-made crater, which is used to mine diamonds. Trucks make the journey up and down the mine using the spiral road which has been cut into the rock.
When a bush fire gets caught up in a tornado the flames can be pulled inside the spiral of the tornado creating this phenomenon, as seen in Brazil recently.
One of the biggest explosions known to humans occurred when the volcano on Krakatau Island, Indonesia erupted in 1883. The sound was so great that it was heard on the island of Mauritius, almost 5,000km away.
On the left is the Capital Gate in Abu Dhabi, UAE, and on the right is the Tower Of Pisa, in Pisa, Italy. Which leans more?
This is Hallasan, the highest mountain in South Korea, 1,950m.
It is on the island of Jeju.
The Golden Pavilion, known as Kinkaku-ji, is one of the most impressive sites in Kyoto. And on a still day you can see an almost perfect reflection in the lake.
The view of Sydney Harbour, with its famous bridge must be one of the most well-known views on the planet.
If anywhere in the world has a more beautiful sea than Cancun in Mexico then please let me know.
By today’s standards the Sphinx in Giza, Cairo, Egypt is not so big. But it is certainly impressive.
Over years it has been eroded by desert sandstorms, and may eventually disappear, but not yet.