The world’s most erotic natural tourist attractions revealed

Is that a mountain… or are you just glad to see me? Revealed the most erotic natural tourist attractions in the world

Mollie’s Nipple is a suggestive basalt-covered hill in Utah’s Hurricane Valley
The Yangyuan rock formation in China looks a lot like something else
While the “double-breasted” mountain in Guizhou province speaks for itself
You don’t have to have a particularly dirty mind to see Mother Nature’s sense of humor.

From towering phallic rock formations in Turkey to mountain ranges that resemble two prominent parts of the female anatomy, the world is full of hilarious landforms.

In Turkey, visitors flock to an attraction dubbed the “Valley of Love.”

The massive phallic formations of Turkey’s ‘Valley of Love’ look like a towering tribute to male fertility

The huge phallic formations of Turkey’s ‘Valley of Love’ look like an imposing tribute to male fertility.

This phallic iceberg was photographed by Andy Rouse in the Bransfield Strait near Antarctica.

The famous region of Cappadocia has seen an influx of tourists who take a hot air balloon ride to see the phallic-shaped pillars, which some travelers have nicknamed the “cock rocks.”

The massive phallic formations may seem like a tribute to male fertility, but they were formed naturally by the erosion of volcanic rock.

And a few years ago a phallic-looking iceberg was photographed in the Bransfield Strait, near Antarctica.

Meanwhile, in Utah, Mollie’s Nipple is a basalt-covered hill rising more than 1,300 feet above the surrounding plain in Utah’s Hurricane Valley.

In Utah, Mollie’s Nipple is a basalt-covered hill rising more than 1,300 feet above Utah’s Hurricane Valley.

In Utah, Mollie’s Nipple is a basalt-covered hill rising more than 1,300 feet above Utah’s Hurricane Valley.
The ‘double breasted’ mountain in Guizhou province, China.

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