THE 7 MOST MYSTERIOUS PLACES IN THE WORLD YOU CAN TRAVEL TO

THE Seven MOST MYSTERIOUS PLACES IN THE WORLD YOU CAN TRAVEL TO

Do you like to travel to different places during your vacation? Then you may be interested in these mysterious, intriguing, and even terrifying destinations at times. Some of the areas that we propose below are easily accessible. And you can visit them practically at any time of the year. But for them, you have to make a perfect preparation.

Nazca Lines (Peru)

To the south of Peru, in the middle of the desert. It is one of the most significant archaeological mysteries we know. Experts believe that these huge geoglyphs dug in the earth, only visible from the sky, could date from before the first century.

There are also so many theories about how and why the inhabitants of the pre-Columbian Nazca made these gigantic drawings when they themselves could not see them. More than 300 figures as disturbing as overwhelming can be seen from the sky on a plane ride.

Moai heads from Rapa Nui (Chile)

How could the aboriginals of Easter Island raise about 1,000 stone moais? Some of them exceed 10 meters and weigh almost 100 tons. The culture of the ancient civilization of Rapa Nui continues to hide many surprises.

Of course, if you want to visit the spectacular moai heads of this Pacific island. You will have to prepare for a long trip. Rapa Nui is one of the most strange destinations on the planet.

Yonaguni-Jima Ruins (Japan)

In the late 80s, a group of divers discovered what some spectacular ruins look like under the sea, on the island of Yonaguni, Japan. Some believe that it is a city ​​submerged after a tsunami, and others think that the mystery of Yonaguni-Jima is nothing more than a freak of nature. Made up of limestone rocks unusual for the inclement weather of the tides.

If you want to see for yourself if it is an underwater pyramid or just the strangest rocks in the world.  You can dive in the area or see it through the glass floor of a ship.

Submerged city of Shicheng (China)

In the lake of the Thousand Islands, east of China, there is no doubt of the existence of a true submerged city. The ancient city of Shicheng was sunk under the waters of the artificial swamp of Qiandao, built for the hydroelectric plant in the area.

Currently, it has become a curious tourist destination for those who are not afraid to visit it with a wetsuit or in a submarine. Its ruins house incredible palaces with sculptures of lions. A symbol of the ancient city, or engravings as inconceivable as codes of conduct for the women of imperial China.

If you decide to discover the mysteries of the Asian giant, remember that you need a visa to go to China. Start processing it with time so that your trip goes like silk.

The great Martian god (Algeria)

The adherents to the mystery may remember the visit of journalist JJ Benítez to the caves of Tassili N’Ajjer, where cave paintings have aroused the curiosity and crazy theories of many. Some say that these prehistoric engravings represent extraterrestrial beings.

One of the figures in this mysterious gallery of ancient art is also known as the “great Martian god” because he seems to wear a spacesuit. If you have an adventurous spirit, you can visit the Tassili N’Ajjer National Park and decide for yourself: scuba diving or shortage of artistic gifts?

Ossuary of Sedlec (Czech Republic)

The Czech Republic houses some of the best cathedrals in the world, but none as terrifying as the Church of All Saints in Sedlec Kuta Hora. Its chilling chapel is completely decorated with the bones of more than 40,000 people. Skulls and shinbones are everywhere, from the arches on the walls to the lamps.

If you are planning of visiting Prague. You can go astray to know this mysterious destination since the city of Sedlec is less than an hour by train from the Czech capital.

Belchite (Zaragoza, Spain)

The ghost town of Belchite is also known to have been the scene of a terrible battle during the Civil War. The bombings left Belchite in ruins and many of those who enter their demolished streets. Believe they feel the presence of those who lost their lives there.

So much so that the Old Town of Belchite has hosted. The First National Parapsychology Meeting, in which experts from the paranormal world delved into the mysterious history of the town through psychophony and mediums. 

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