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Marble caves, Patagonia
The Marble Caves of Patagonia, Chile, are stunning natural sculptures carved into the edge of a deep blue lake. Formed over six thousand years, the breathtaking shapes and sizes are created by wave action which has slowly eroded the pure calcium carbonate stones. Visitors can kayak or boat through the magical cave network, admiring the mesmerizing turquoise and gold hues, and natural curves and arches. The experience is said to be like touring an underground gallery of marble art.