The most mysterious places of the world
Flooded monasteries, villages, abandoned hotels and leisure parks, abandoned mental hospitals – and these are only a few places that attract the attention of artists, photographers, writers, researchers and of course ordinary people. Some see in these places, unsolved mysteries and unusual phenomena, which make the soul tremble.
1. Cemetery tug boats, new York
Tugs are one of the main symbols of the industrial power of the United States. It is hard to believe that these large ships end their service at the landfill, the cemetery of similar tugs. Almost all these ships became unnecessary in the early 20th century, when increased workload of Maritime routes in new York Harbor.
2. Bhangar India
In 1783, the entire population of this small town left it, after he was cursed by the local guru. The curse was that every inhabitant Bhangarh (Bhangarh) will die and after death will not be reborn. All the residents were scared and the town quickly emptied almost overnight.
In 1943 the eruption of the volcano Parikutin which is located in the mountainous Mexican state of michoacán. The eruption the village of San Juan parangaricutiro and Parikutin were buried under a layer of hardened lava. One of nitroethane is the Church of San Juan parangaricutiro,which has been empty for a long time and still stands tall over a black volcanic wasteland.
4. The Monastery Of Skellig Michael, Ireland
Skellig Michael is a steep rocky island cliff raspolojeny approximately 15 kilometres off the West coast of County Kerry (County), Ireland. He for over 600 years was home to Irish Christian monks. They lived in stone cells in the form of bee hives. The monastery was repeatedly attacked by Vikings in 1100 g of the monks had to leave the island. In 1996 the monastery was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. This is one of the most famous and at the same time hard to reach monasteries of Europe. Thanks to the inaccessibility of the monument is well preserved to our days.
5. Amusement Park Takakanonuma Greenland, Japan