Lake Gaberoun, Libya
The Gaberoun Lake is an inspiring natural art formed deep in the Libyan Desert, which managed to survive the Great Sahara’s harsh conditions and sand effects throughout the age.
The lake stands as a precious blue diamond amid the golden dunes, with palm trees on one side and on the ruins of the old village on the other.
Its unique features made it one of the rarest lakes in the world; the gaseous water and the high salt content that levels to nearly five times more saline to seawater enables swimmers to float easily, without any effort, even when throwing in tons of iron, the metal remains floating on the surface.
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