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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Syria's homemade tank

Devil’s Town and the Village of Blood

The locals believed for centuries that they were formed when devils fought for supremacy. In fact their origins are much more down to earth – literally. Take a trip to devil’s town, a peculiar place if ever there was one. Devil’s Town or Đavolja Varoš as it is known in Serbian, can be found on the southern slopes of the Radan Mountains. Image Credit Flickr User Ujka Kevin The area is steeped in European folklore and it is little surprise that for centuries these naturally occurring erosions were looked upon with fear and suspicion. The Devil’s Town is a series of hundreds of stone pyramids and is located in the watershed between the equally frighteningly named Devil’s Gully and Hell’s Gully. Image Credit Flickr User Ujka Kevin Image Credit Flickr User Ujka Kevin Over the years the water erosion has shaped the andesiste and volcanic tufa (a terrestrial sedimentary rock) in to over two hundred pyramids. These range in size hugely – some are a mere two meters in

Daniel Mackie - Ilustraciones

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