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Top 10 most mysterious places in the world to see


Top 10 most mysterious places in the world to see

There are places in the world that have the power to captivate people for decades or even generations. Some of them are shrouded in mystery, the middle being about unsolved murders, disappearances and strange or unexplained natural phenomena. The truth about these mysterious places remains difficult to decipher, in many cases neither the scientists have no satisfactory answers.


10 Mysterious Places You Would Be Both Scared And ...
10 Mysterious Places You Would Be Both Scared And Tempted To See. Haven't you ever dreamt of visiting some untrodden places with unexplained phenomenon, with a hope to stumble upon an explanation yourself.

10. Miranda Castle, Belgium

Also called Castle Loud and is a paradise for urban explorers. The latest photos taken and posted online here were made by a very brave photographer who came in and revealed the plight in which the building is now. There are many strange pictures made here, enough to cause shivers down your spine. The family that lived here first fled the castle during the French Revolution, trying to escape persecution on a farm in Celles. There was never returned to the castle, perhaps driven by sinister force that haunts the rooms today.

The castle was transformed into an orphanage after the Second World War, but history repeated itself and the place was abandoned in 1980 and is now overgrown with vegetation, after the owners refused to let him care authorities. No one explains what puts people on the run from here, the fact is that despite the beauty of the castle authorities have put in going to demolish it.

9. Devil's Triangle, Pacific

Also known as the Great Devil's Triangle Bermuda Triangle Formosa or the Pacific. It is said that they also have many strange and unexplained disappearances, as in the famous Bermuda Triangle. Many researchers have tried to expound theories about phenomena here, some suggesting that volcanic activity would be so intense that generates magnetism able to attract to land planes in the sky. Some theorists are convinced that Devil's Triangle is one of the seven gateways to hell, existing on Earth.

The area is 100 miles south of Tokyo and the Japanese sent its team of scientists here in 1952. None of the 31 people left to explore Dragon's Triangle has not been seen, and since then the area has not been investigated closely.

8. Lighthouse Mys Aniva, Russia

It was built by the Japanese in 1939, Sakhalin Island. Russia has owned the property since 1875 the island until 1905, when he took possession of Japan, and after the Second World War was taken again by the Russians. The lighthouse is located on a rocky crag inaccessible, 40 meters above the sea level and has a height of 31 meters. It consists of nine floors and the first was occupied by electric generators and batteries.The second was the kitchen and food storage, on the third floor is the radio room, and the next three floors were decorated bedrooms staff. On the seventh floor sirens were used, fog, eight had a fuel tank and the top floor was the rotation mechanism of the headlamp. This structure rotating lighthouse "floated" in a container filled with 300 kg of pure mercury. At one point it seems that the Russian government decided to replace diesel generators with a radioactive heat generator, known as RTG. Apparently, this change in the contaminated area around the posters that warn of high levels of radiation. It is said that now is abandoned lighthouse, but few people actually think this is one of the places where the government interrogates people uncomfortable, spies or prisoners. On the other hand, ghost hunters argue that the lighthouse would be haunted by the souls of those who perished at sea.

7. Helltown (Ohio), USA

Northern Summit County, in the US state of Ohio was called by locals "Hell Town" and is associated with Satanists and ghosts hunters. In the late 60s, the National Park Service bought the land from the owners, in order to create here a recreation area for locals and those who did not want to sell were forced to do so. One of the expropriated curse cast and wrote on the walls of the house he was required to leave: "Now we know what the Indians felt". The residents were displaced, but the village was never built.

Many believe that the US government was behind this idea to turn the place into a chemical waste landfill. The fact is that forests in the area are now favorites cultures satanic followers and many believe that the area is haunted by the souls of those who refused to leave their homes.

6. San Luis Valley (Colorado), USA

In this area was observed presence of many UFO, so there was built a special tower with clock, their observation. Many are those who have seen, photographed and filmed flying objects bright, spherical or disc-shaped. Many skeptics who traveled in the area have convinced themselves the veracity of the information available online. But the mystery remains about the causes that determine such activity in the area, the more that scientists do not know or explain what is happening. In 1994, a woman noticed a strange flicker on the ground, revealing that it was a glass or crystal skull. Nobody has discovered that mineral skull was made, but all who are around him claim that he exudes a strange energy.



10 Most Alien, Bizarre, Weird and Mysterious Places on Earth
We have taken a look at the 10 most bizarre and mysterious places around the world and have decided to bring them to you, You're welcome to add to the list.



5. Pine Gap, Australia

The Australian version of Zone 51 in the USA. Public access is prohibited here, and the government in Cannberra argues that there is a communication center with stationary satellites over Asia and the Pacific. Both the US government and the Australian tried to end the speculation, saying that there is nothing mysterious here, is not just a research center, but the vast majority of the public does not believe the official version. Many theorists argue that Pine Gap is located in the southern hemisphere ideal for intergalactic communication. The fact is that employees are not allowed to say anything about what happens inside.

4. Mines in Paris

Catacombs of Paris are a popular tourist destination and many want to see the underground burial chambers, but mines in the immediate vicinity is prohibited public. Urban explorers have tried for years to discover what lies beneath the streets of Paris, but few of them managed to pass guard. Moreover, nowadays there are modern equipment that signals the presence of any intruder in the area. In September 2004, the French police found here underground cinema, which is supplied with energy from the upper town. It was alerted including the media, but when police returned the next day to that place there was not anything mysterious, cinema hall had been removed, had disappeared. Many believe that these mines is a gateway to Hell, and restriction in the area is so large, so the city can be guarded against evil spirits.

3. Riddle House (Florida), USA

It was surrounded by death and despair since its construction in the early 1900s was a funeral home, and one of the employees was hanged in the attic, in the 20s, because of financial problems. For a reason unknown, suicide hate men, and the ghost of his attack on those who climbed into the attic. With time, men were denied access to the attic. It is said that other places in the house would be haunted, because the furniture moves by itself. For a long time remained abandoned house, but in the 90s began a process of restoring it, but repairs lasted very long, because the workers were very scared. Their working tools were thrown from the bridge or from the windows of an unseen force. Many locals avoids today to approach the house.

2. Death Valley (California), USA

No one has any explanation of heavy stones, some 700 kg moving at the bottom of this valley, without being driven by any force visible. Scientists have found traces right here in zigzig, left the stones over the years "traveling". This occurs on the surface of Racetrack Playa shelf, the bottom of a dry lake in Death Valley. In the study "Sliding Rocks on Racetrack Playa, Death Valley National Park: First Observation of Rocks in Motion", published in the August 27, 2014, researchers say they have documented for the first time in motion picture sequence using rocks and GPS units. In winter, the stones can move under the action of light wind with a speed of 3-5 m / s, an area of ​​ice with a thickness of less than 5mm. The movement has been observed at a speed of 2-6 m per minute.

1. Door to Hell (Turkmenistan)

The crater was made by Russian  geologists in 1972, in an attempt to drill for natural gas and flames were triggered then continue to burn intensely today. All drilling equipment have been swallowed then collapsed ground and the earth were raised huge amounts of gas. The crater created has a diameter of 70 meters and the depth is 230 meters. Legend locals say that there are two worlds meet, Hell and the human world, and that it should never have been brought to the surface.

Mysterious Places In The World

Though it's apparent the pyramids have been used to the burial of pharaohs, the structure, date, and symbolism of the Giza pyramids are not completely understood. This mystery only adds on the beauty of these ancient wonders and many contemporary individuals still respect Giza as a religious place. Numerous theories are provided to explain the puzzle of the pyramids. The most skeptical visitor can't help, but be awed by the amazing age, grand scale and harmonic math of the pyramids of Giza. The worlds best known monument is Stonehenge, based in the county of Wiltshire. Its composed of earthworks surrounding a circular frame of large standing stones and is thought to have been constructed around 2500 BC, but continues to be remodeled and revised over a period of over 1400 years.

Though speculation and theories abound, nobody knows what the original aim of the ancient monument was and it is still one of the funniest biggest mysteries. Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui or Isla de Pascua, is a Polynesian island at its southeastern Pacific Ocean, most famous to its sculptures that were created by the Rapanui people. The sculptures, known as moai, were part of the ancestral cult of the temples and have been carved between 1250 and 1500 CE.The heaviest moai built weighs 86 tons, demonstrating how good a feat it was to the Rapanui to have generated and moved them.

Almost 50% of all remaining moai are still at Rano Raraku, its most important moai quarry, but hundreds were transferred to rock platforms around the islands perimeter. Baalbeck is a town in eastern Lebanon. It had been a flourishing Phoenician city when the The Greeks inhabited it in 331 B. C.It became a Ancient Rome colony under its Emperor Augustus in 16 B. C.On its acropolis, in the course of the next 3 hundreds of years, its Romans constructed a monumental ensemble of 3 temples, 3 coutyards, and an enclosing wall constructed of a few of the most enormous stone ever crafted by man. Some tourists think that the structure can only result from extra terrestial artwork .In its southern entrance of Baalbeck is a quarry where its stones utilized in the temples were cut.

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Mysterious landscape that should be on anyone's list of travel

Located on the island of Bohol in the Philippines, Chocolate Hills is a mystery for tourists and locals. Beyond clean beaches and clear water adored by visitors, there are some unprecedented geological formations whose origins remain shrouded in mystery

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Attraction is the ground with rounded conical hills the color of chocolate in the dry season and located in the center of the small island.
Geologists classify as karst landforms cone. In layman's terms, these hills are remnants of limestone deposits from a time when streams and rivers were above sea level. The rain and other water sources created these valleys have turned the island into a tourist attraction.

Chocolate Hills - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Chocolate Hills (Filipino: Tsokolateng Burol) are a geological formation in the Bohol province of the Philippines. There are at least 1,260 hills but there may  ...

Local tradition says that the hills are the result of the battle between two giants that day, the members threw rocks at each other. Then reconciling leaving the island cliffs are left where they were. Another story is that the hills are giant wept tears of the death of a beloved woman, saysTravel and Leisure.
There is no clear number on how many hills there, some saying it would be 1,268, and counting up to 1,776 others.

The mysterious island in the Mediterranean 

Montecristo Island became famous after he described Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo.

Mysterious Island (1961 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mysterious Island is a 1961 science fiction adventure film about civil war prisoners who escape in a balloon and then find themselves stranded on a remote ...
Montecristo Island became famous after he described Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo. On this island, legend says, is buried pirate treasure of famous.

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Only 1,000 visitors are allowed to walk annually on the island of Montecristo, and the target is received after waiting at least three years. Rumours of riches here have started to circulate in the thirteenth century, when the monastery St. Mamilian, located on the island, has become one of the richest in Europe. Others say that the Turkish pirate Red Beard had hidden much of the stolen gold here during his expeditions of the sixteenth century.

In 1860, the United Montecristo Italian annexed, giving a Marquis Ginori in 1889 that transformed it into a nature reserve. In 1971, the island returned to the Italian state, which in 2008 opened it to the public.



Top 10 most mysterious places in the world to see

There are places in the world that have the power to captivate people for decades or even generations. Some of them are shrouded in mystery, the middle being about unsolved murders, disappearances and strange or unexplained natural phenomena. The truth about these mysterious places remains difficult to decipher, in many cases neither the scientists have no satisfactory answers.


10 Mysterious Places You Would Be Both Scared And ...
10 Mysterious Places You Would Be Both Scared And Tempted To See. Haven't you ever dreamt of visiting some untrodden places with unexplained phenomenon, with a hope to stumble upon an explanation yourself.

10. Miranda Castle, Belgium

Also called Castle Loud and is a paradise for urban explorers. The latest photos taken and posted online here were made by a very brave photographer who came in and revealed the plight in which the building is now. There are many strange pictures made here, enough to cause shivers down your spine. The family that lived here first fled the castle during the French Revolution, trying to escape persecution on a farm in Celles. There was never returned to the castle, perhaps driven by sinister force that haunts the rooms today.

The castle was transformed into an orphanage after the Second World War, but history repeated itself and the place was abandoned in 1980 and is now overgrown with vegetation, after the owners refused to let him care authorities. No one explains what puts people on the run from here, the fact is that despite the beauty of the castle authorities have put in going to demolish it.

9. Devil's Triangle, Pacific

Also known as the Great Devil's Triangle Bermuda Triangle Formosa or the Pacific. It is said that they also have many strange and unexplained disappearances, as in the famous Bermuda Triangle. Many researchers have tried to expound theories about phenomena here, some suggesting that volcanic activity would be so intense that generates magnetism able to attract to land planes in the sky. Some theorists are convinced that Devil's Triangle is one of the seven gateways to hell, existing on Earth.

The area is 100 miles south of Tokyo and the Japanese sent its team of scientists here in 1952. None of the 31 people left to explore Dragon's Triangle has not been seen, and since then the area has not been investigated closely.

8. Lighthouse Mys Aniva, Russia

It was built by the Japanese in 1939, Sakhalin Island. Russia has owned the property since 1875 the island until 1905, when he took possession of Japan, and after the Second World War was taken again by the Russians. The lighthouse is located on a rocky crag inaccessible, 40 meters above the sea level and has a height of 31 meters. It consists of nine floors and the first was occupied by electric generators and batteries.The second was the kitchen and food storage, on the third floor is the radio room, and the next three floors were decorated bedrooms staff. On the seventh floor sirens were used, fog, eight had a fuel tank and the top floor was the rotation mechanism of the headlamp. This structure rotating lighthouse "floated" in a container filled with 300 kg of pure mercury. At one point it seems that the Russian government decided to replace diesel generators with a radioactive heat generator, known as RTG. Apparently, this change in the contaminated area around the posters that warn of high levels of radiation. It is said that now is abandoned lighthouse, but few people actually think this is one of the places where the government interrogates people uncomfortable, spies or prisoners. On the other hand, ghost hunters argue that the lighthouse would be haunted by the souls of those who perished at sea.

7. Helltown (Ohio), USA

Northern Summit County, in the US state of Ohio was called by locals "Hell Town" and is associated with Satanists and ghosts hunters. In the late 60s, the National Park Service bought the land from the owners, in order to create here a recreation area for locals and those who did not want to sell were forced to do so. One of the expropriated curse cast and wrote on the walls of the house he was required to leave: "Now we know what the Indians felt". The residents were displaced, but the village was never built.

Many believe that the US government was behind this idea to turn the place into a chemical waste landfill. The fact is that forests in the area are now favorites cultures satanic followers and many believe that the area is haunted by the souls of those who refused to leave their homes.

6. San Luis Valley (Colorado), USA

In this area was observed presence of many UFO, so there was built a special tower with clock, their observation. Many are those who have seen, photographed and filmed flying objects bright, spherical or disc-shaped. Many skeptics who traveled in the area have convinced themselves the veracity of the information available online. But the mystery remains about the causes that determine such activity in the area, the more that scientists do not know or explain what is happening. In 1994, a woman noticed a strange flicker on the ground, revealing that it was a glass or crystal skull. Nobody has discovered that mineral skull was made, but all who are around him claim that he exudes a strange energy.



10 Most Alien, Bizarre, Weird and Mysterious Places on Earth
We have taken a look at the 10 most bizarre and mysterious places around the world and have decided to bring them to you, You're welcome to add to the list.



5. Pine Gap, Australia

The Australian version of Zone 51 in the USA. Public access is prohibited here, and the government in Cannberra argues that there is a communication center with stationary satellites over Asia and the Pacific. Both the US government and the Australian tried to end the speculation, saying that there is nothing mysterious here, is not just a research center, but the vast majority of the public does not believe the official version. Many theorists argue that Pine Gap is located in the southern hemisphere ideal for intergalactic communication. The fact is that employees are not allowed to say anything about what happens inside.

4. Mines in Paris

Catacombs of Paris are a popular tourist destination and many want to see the underground burial chambers, but mines in the immediate vicinity is prohibited public. Urban explorers have tried for years to discover what lies beneath the streets of Paris, but few of them managed to pass guard. Moreover, nowadays there are modern equipment that signals the presence of any intruder in the area. In September 2004, the French police found here underground cinema, which is supplied with energy from the upper town. It was alerted including the media, but when police returned the next day to that place there was not anything mysterious, cinema hall had been removed, had disappeared. Many believe that these mines is a gateway to Hell, and restriction in the area is so large, so the city can be guarded against evil spirits.

3. Riddle House (Florida), USA

It was surrounded by death and despair since its construction in the early 1900s was a funeral home, and one of the employees was hanged in the attic, in the 20s, because of financial problems. For a reason unknown, suicide hate men, and the ghost of his attack on those who climbed into the attic. With time, men were denied access to the attic. It is said that other places in the house would be haunted, because the furniture moves by itself. For a long time remained abandoned house, but in the 90s began a process of restoring it, but repairs lasted very long, because the workers were very scared. Their working tools were thrown from the bridge or from the windows of an unseen force. Many locals avoids today to approach the house.

2. Death Valley (California), USA

No one has any explanation of heavy stones, some 700 kg moving at the bottom of this valley, without being driven by any force visible. Scientists have found traces right here in zigzig, left the stones over the years "traveling". This occurs on the surface of Racetrack Playa shelf, the bottom of a dry lake in Death Valley. In the study "Sliding Rocks on Racetrack Playa, Death Valley National Park: First Observation of Rocks in Motion", published in the August 27, 2014, researchers say they have documented for the first time in motion picture sequence using rocks and GPS units. In winter, the stones can move under the action of light wind with a speed of 3-5 m / s, an area of ​​ice with a thickness of less than 5mm. The movement has been observed at a speed of 2-6 m per minute.

1. Door to Hell (Turkmenistan)

The crater was made by Russian  geologists in 1972, in an attempt to drill for natural gas and flames were triggered then continue to burn intensely today. All drilling equipment have been swallowed then collapsed ground and the earth were raised huge amounts of gas. The crater created has a diameter of 70 meters and the depth is 230 meters. Legend locals say that there are two worlds meet, Hell and the human world, and that it should never have been brought to the surface.

Mysterious Places In The World

Though it's apparent the pyramids have been used to the burial of pharaohs, the structure, date, and symbolism of the Giza pyramids are not completely understood. This mystery only adds on the beauty of these ancient wonders and many contemporary individuals still respect Giza as a religious place. Numerous theories are provided to explain the puzzle of the pyramids. The most skeptical visitor can't help, but be awed by the amazing age, grand scale and harmonic math of the pyramids of Giza. The worlds best known monument is Stonehenge, based in the county of Wiltshire. Its composed of earthworks surrounding a circular frame of large standing stones and is thought to have been constructed around 2500 BC, but continues to be remodeled and revised over a period of over 1400 years.

Though speculation and theories abound, nobody knows what the original aim of the ancient monument was and it is still one of the funniest biggest mysteries. Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui or Isla de Pascua, is a Polynesian island at its southeastern Pacific Ocean, most famous to its sculptures that were created by the Rapanui people. The sculptures, known as moai, were part of the ancestral cult of the temples and have been carved between 1250 and 1500 CE.The heaviest moai built weighs 86 tons, demonstrating how good a feat it was to the Rapanui to have generated and moved them.

Almost 50% of all remaining moai are still at Rano Raraku, its most important moai quarry, but hundreds were transferred to rock platforms around the islands perimeter. Baalbeck is a town in eastern Lebanon. It had been a flourishing Phoenician city when the The Greeks inhabited it in 331 B. C.It became a Ancient Rome colony under its Emperor Augustus in 16 B. C.On its acropolis, in the course of the next 3 hundreds of years, its Romans constructed a monumental ensemble of 3 temples, 3 coutyards, and an enclosing wall constructed of a few of the most enormous stone ever crafted by man. Some tourists think that the structure can only result from extra terrestial artwork .In its southern entrance of Baalbeck is a quarry where its stones utilized in the temples were cut.

10 mysterious places in Rome. The magical powers of the eternal city.
No European city can compare with Rome: its nearly 3000-year-old history unites this metropolis on the Tiber in a special way via art, culture, history and a flourishing human life. The “eternal city” won't stand still because her past is so alive ...

Mysterious landscape that should be on anyone's list of travel

Located on the island of Bohol in the Philippines, Chocolate Hills is a mystery for tourists and locals. Beyond clean beaches and clear water adored by visitors, there are some unprecedented geological formations whose origins remain shrouded in mystery

Mount Mayon, Turtle Islands, Chocolate Hills up for inclusion on Unesco list

A number of natural heritage sites in the country made it to the recently updated World Heritage Tentative List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco). Aside from the newly listed Mayon Volcano in Albay and ...

Attraction is the ground with rounded conical hills the color of chocolate in the dry season and located in the center of the small island.
Geologists classify as karst landforms cone. In layman's terms, these hills are remnants of limestone deposits from a time when streams and rivers were above sea level. The rain and other water sources created these valleys have turned the island into a tourist attraction.

Chocolate Hills - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Chocolate Hills (Filipino: Tsokolateng Burol) are a geological formation in the Bohol province of the Philippines. There are at least 1,260 hills but there may  ...

Local tradition says that the hills are the result of the battle between two giants that day, the members threw rocks at each other. Then reconciling leaving the island cliffs are left where they were. Another story is that the hills are giant wept tears of the death of a beloved woman, saysTravel and Leisure.
There is no clear number on how many hills there, some saying it would be 1,268, and counting up to 1,776 others.

The mysterious island in the Mediterranean 

Montecristo Island became famous after he described Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo.

Mysterious Island (1961 film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mysterious Island is a 1961 science fiction adventure film about civil war prisoners who escape in a balloon and then find themselves stranded on a remote ...
Montecristo Island became famous after he described Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo. On this island, legend says, is buried pirate treasure of famous.

The Mysterious Island (Wordsworth Classics): Jules Verne ...
The Mysterious Island (Wordsworth Classics) [Jules Verne] on Amazon.com. * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. With an Introduction by Alex Dolby Jules ...

Only 1,000 visitors are allowed to walk annually on the island of Montecristo, and the target is received after waiting at least three years. Rumours of riches here have started to circulate in the thirteenth century, when the monastery St. Mamilian, located on the island, has become one of the richest in Europe. Others say that the Turkish pirate Red Beard had hidden much of the stolen gold here during his expeditions of the sixteenth century.

In 1860, the United Montecristo Italian annexed, giving a Marquis Ginori in 1889 that transformed it into a nature reserve. In 1971, the island returned to the Italian state, which in 2008 opened it to the public.


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