Glass Beach in Ussuri Bay near the city of Vladivostok, Russia, was once a dumping ground for bottles, mainly vodka bottles. This place used to forbid visitors to walk because there was too much dangerous debris. Decades later, ocean waves and tides from Ussuri Bay turn Soviet-era debris into beautiful glass rocks. The name Glass also derives from that. This place is also known as Russia’s kaleidoscope beach.
On a sunny day, the light shines through the glass stones, shimmering in colour. Therefore, Glass beach has become a famous Russian destination on the Pacific coast. From a polluted place containing glass waste, Mother Nature has “corrected” human mistakes into a wonder worth admiring. To enter here, visitors must pay to visit.
Let’s admire the beauty of this glass beach!