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Glass Beach in Russia-where nature turned trash into beauty

Glass Beach has become a tourist attraction in Ussuri Bay.

The Glass Beach in Ussuri Bay is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Russia.

The Glass Beach in Ussuri Bay is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Russia.

For years this place was a dumping ground for old glass bottles and waste from a porcelain factory. Luckily, the ugly act of pollution by humans was corrected by the power of nature. Once jagged edges of the glass bottles have been turned now into colorful pebbles. In the past it was a dangerous place for the locals. But over the years the constant waves from the Pacific Ocean have smoothed the glass and turned it into beautiful polished debris.

The Glass Beach has now become a tourist attraction with people flocking to the beach to see the unusual sight

Glass Beach is especially beautiful in winter when the snow highlights the vivid colors of the glass.

People used to avoid this place, it was nothing more but a huge pile of old beer, wine, vodka and champanski bottles. Today is different. Since the area has been declared a specially protected zone by the authorities in the Far East of Russia, visitors pay to see it.

Glass Beach is especially beautiful in winter when the snow highlights the vivid colors of the glass.

With the help of nature Glass Beach was turned into one of the most beautiful places in Russia.

The Glass Beach in Ussuri Bay is one of the most popular

The Glass Beach is especially beautiful on a sunny day. It looks like it is covered in lighted candles. It is also beautiful to see it in winter when the snow highlights the vivid colors of the glass.

With a small fee you will be able to enjoy the unusual sight created by nature. Tourists from all over the world are amazed by the shining shore, clear water and spectacular view. It looks like a dream landscapes covered with gorgeous jewels.

Image Source: siberiantimes.com 

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