Located in Bolivia, Salar de Tunupa is the world’s largest salt flat containing the major minerals halite and gypsum. Amazing yes, but trendy?
What is really cool about Salar de Tunpa is that is has massively high surface reflectivity when covered with shallow water which makes it the world’s largest mirror. Considering the growing fascination with innovative mirrors and narcissistic art, this natural wonder fits right in.
Check out the gallery to see how amazing it looks. Unquestionably, it totally rocks.
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The Largest Mirror In The World Is Made of Minerals In Bolivia
- By: CowbagFeb 26, 2009