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If you are like me, you probably have some love for the extra-ordinary. I have spent hundreds of hours researching UFOs - the Unseen Foreign Objects – and I am yet to get something that can convince they are not there, or they are there. You will love to see some 'crazy places' around the world too. Forget about the popular Area 51 UFO crash site or the 'ship swallowing' depths of the Bermuda Triangle. I mean real places with real coordinates. Sample the list below. It might be an inspiration for your next vacation plans.

Crazy Places to See on Your Next Vacation

If you are like me, you probably have some love for the extra-ordinary. I have spent hundreds of hours researching UFOs - the Unseen Foreign Objects – and I am yet to get something that can convince they are not there, or they are there. You will love to see some 'crazy places' around the world too. Forget about the popular Area 51 UFO crash site or the 'ship swallowing' depths of the Bermuda Triangle. I mean real places with real coordinates. Sample the list below. It might be an inspiration for your next vacation plans.

The Nazca Lines

These are ancient depictions of spiders, monkeys, plants and other figures that date as far back as 500 BC. They are situated on Peru's coast and are best seen on air. If you think modern artists and painters are any good, maybe a visit to the Nazca lines will disapprove this.

The Stonehenge

Of course you have seen this before. It is one of the most popular screen savers on Microsoft Windows XP. Some say it was a UFO's landing site while others say it is a secret burial ground. What is known for a fact though is that the stones date as far back as 5000 years, were built by farmers and herders over a period of 700 years and are situated in Salisbury, England.

Teotihuacan

So you think modern architects are smart? You have not seen the city of Teotihuacan. It was built by Aztecs and started its decline about 1400 years ago. It was home to 100,000 people and had an area of 8 square miles. The name Teotihuacan can be translated as 'the place where gods were created'. Visit this mysteriously city with an expansive 'avenue of the dead' and let your imaginations run wild.

Angkor Wat

This is the largest religious monument on earth. It was built around AD1113 to AD1150 for the Hindu god, Vishnu. Later it was converted into a Buddhist temple. The temple is located in Cambodia near the border with Thailand. It is almost an artwork rather than an architectural marvel.

The Great Pyramids of Giza

There are three Pyramids of Giza, one of which is the Khufu. Until 14th century when the Lincoln Cathedral was constructed in England, it was the tallest building on earth. Built around 2589 BC and 2504 BC, it is still unclear how the Egyptians were able to construct the pyramids with stones as heavy as 2.5 tons. The pyramids are also associated with UFOs although nothing has been scientifically substantiated so far.

Other crazy places to travel on your next vacation include; Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands and Cahokia in present day St. Louis on the shores of River Mississippi. There you have it...treat yourself to some mystery mixed with some adventure on any of these crazy places