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The most strange lake on Earth

Lake, Lake Osoyoos, the most beautiful lake, the strangest lake

Is this a picture like a painting? Is not it ?!

The lake is located near the city of Osoyoos in British Columbia, on the Washington frontier. By not seeing these images, it's about human imaginative or imaginative films, but it has come to this as a result of various mineral deposits.

Lake, Lake Osoyoos, the most beautiful lake, the strangest lake

The lake is rich in calcium, sodium and magnesium sulfate (Epsom salts) and even silver and titanium. Indians of the Okanagan, who appreciate the therapeutic benefits of reproductive and reproductive health, called the lake Kliluk.

The photo above is like a painter's palette filled with green dots!

Lake, Lake Osoyoos, the most beautiful lake, the strangest lake

Osoyoos in the Okanagan language means "limited waters".

Lake, Lake Osoyoos, the most beautiful lake, the strangest lake

This area is one of the warmest parts of the earth, reaching even 38 degrees Celsius in the summer. Until 59 years ago, nobody lived near that!

Lake, Lake Osoyoos, the most beautiful lake, the strangest lake

Among the first tribes that came here, the island spot was a scary place for its healing powers. They cured diseases such as warts, skin diseases, physical pains and wounds that arose in the war. In the early 20th century, the lake and surrounding lands were part of Ernest Smith's estate and their family. They decided to launch a massage center.

Lake, Lake Osoyoos, the most beautiful lake, the strangest lake

Spot lake changes over the course of the year, so watching it at all times has a special appeal.

Lake, sea

The construction of the massage center required the excavation and commercialization of the area, which indigenous Indians disagreed with. About 20 years later, until 1979, they were trying to buy the lake. But their differences were resolved with the Smith family in 2001. With hundreds of thousands of dollars they bought 22 hectares of the area.

Lake, Lake Osoyoos, the most beautiful lake, the strangest lake

The lake is still considered a private property. Only hunters can see it from the highway or get permission from the Okanagan tribe.

In winter, the lake's water evaporates and forms in the form of silver dots. Summer is easy to walk on.

Source: seemorgh.com