There are lots of freaky places round the Earth. And most probably you heard that there is such a thing like Google tourism, rather young, so to say, sport. People prowling about a map of the world looking for a new spacey spot and then upload the screenshots into their blogs. Maybe some of you have already seen some pictures of crop circles, abandoned factories and plants or even figure of a pink rabbit made on a field. And these are shots of some offbeat places in Russia and Kazakhstan.
Looks like it’s supposed to be in Russia, but it isn’t. This pentagonal star is located in Kazakhstan, nearby town of Lisakovsk. Someone ventured to go there and find out what is what. It turned out to be a park which was a superb view once. Neatly planted trees made it look like a pentagram. There is a visible print of a stella which was erected in the very middle of the park.
This weird thing is in Kazakhstan also but in comparison with the park, which obviously was made by the authorities, nobody knows who and why for made this strange squareness. It could be an idea of some eccentric designer or a job of an alien civilization. And of course, it might be shaped like that naturally.
Oil fields of Nizhnevartovsk
As you know, the land of Russia is famous for its richness in oil. The view on this satellite image is no less than fantastic. It appears that this tracery of a white stuff is spider web actually. But it’s just a system of oil fields with drill towers. The whole construction is built over the lakes and located in Siberia, Nizhevartovsk city. But what is that orange orange spot in the center of the lake? Doesn’t look like oil… We can only guess.