Top spectacular natural landmarks of the world (P.308) Black Desert: The Obsidian Plains


( The Black Desert is a rocky desert plateau located in western Egypt, about 300 kilometers southwest of Cairo. It is part of the larger Western Desert, and is bordered by the Great Sand Sea to the north, the White Desert to the south, and the Libyan Plateau to the west.

The Black Desert is known for its stark, black landscape, which is formed by volcanic rocks that have been eroded by the wind and sand over millions of years. The Black Desert is thought to have formed around 50 million years ago, when volcanic activity in the area created a series of lava flows. These lava flows cooled and hardened, forming a layer of black basalt rock. Over time, the wind and sand eroded this basalt rock, creating the unique landscape of the Black Desert.


The Black Desert is a vast and desolate landscape, with few signs of life. The ground is covered in a layer of black rocks, and the only vegetation is a few scattered shrubs. The air is hot and dry, and the wind often blows strong.


Despite its harsh conditions, the Black Desert is a popular tourist destination. Visitors come to see the unique landscape and to experience the feeling of being in such a remote and isolated place. The Black Desert is also a popular spot for camping, hiking, and photography.


The Black Desert is a unique and beautiful place, but it is also a very harsh place. Visitors should be prepared for the extreme conditions before venturing into the Black Desert.


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