Stockholm's metro

Here are some pleasing visuals for your Sunday courtesy MyScienceAcademy.org and their list of “Places That Look Not Normal, But Actually Are Real.”

While the above image looks like it could be a photograph of an escalator in Hell, it’s actually a picture of the kind of art found in Stockholm’s subway system. In fact, the entire Swedish system is lined with artwork, making the 68.3 mile track (110 kilometres) the world’s longest art exhibit.

And what works almost as a companion piece to the red-walled escalator, is the “Door to Hell” in Derweze, Turkmenistan.

Door to Hell in Turkmenistan

Other extraordinary locales from the list include Berry Head Arch in Newfoundland, Canada.

Berry Head Arch in Newfoundland

As well as the tulip fields in Lisse, Netherlands.

tupils netherlands

Visit MyScienceAcademy.org to view all 24 strange-looking places.

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