5 Unique Lunar Landscapes on Earth You Can Explore

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Valle de la Luna, Chile: – Moon Valley's otherworldly salt and clay formations in Atacama Desert.

Cappadocia, Turkey: – Fairy chimneys and lunar-like terrain with ancient cave dwellings.

Teide National Park, Spain: – Lunar-like volcanic landscapes surrounding Mount Teide in Tenerife.

Lanzarote, Canary Islands: – Timanfaya National Park's volcanic craters evoke an extraterrestrial feel.

Namib Desert, Namibia: – Deadvlei's surreal white clay pan amidst towering red sand dune

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