In northwestern Utah, a stark-white salt flat stretches for thousands of acres toward a distant mountain on the horizon.
In Bolivia, more than 5,000 miles away, a stark-white salt flat stretches for thousands of acres toward a distant mountain on the horizon.
Is Lisbon and San Francisco, golden-colored suspension bridges look like twins. In China and India, the world's two longest walls are, at points, nearly indistinguishable from one another. And in Italy and Japan, two cities feature nearly identical skylines, bays and looming mountains in the background.
Across far-flung corners of the world, there are destinations that look so similar, it can feel nearly impossible to tell them apart. These doppelgangers remind us that, as diverse as the world is, there's also much we share across the continents.
Here are 20 pairs of destinations across the globe that will make you do a double-take.