Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

Wednesday, Aug 19, 2020, 2:27 pm
By:Tony Williams

1.Real Life Hobbit Homes - Pembrokeshire, Wales

Real Life Hobbit Homes - Pembrokeshire, Wales

Real Life Hobbit Homes - Pembrokeshire, Wales-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

2.Ithaa Undersea Restaurant - Rangali Island, Maldives

Ithaa is a unique undersea restaurant on Rangali Island, Maldives. Considered one of the best undersea restaurants in the world, the restaurant is enclosed by a coral reef. Diners get a 270 degree panoramic view while dining on succulent meals in the price range of $120 to $250.

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant - Rangali Island, Maldives-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

3.Capuchin Catacombs - Sicily, Italy

If you want to see mummified bodies you should visit the Capuchin Catacombs in Sicily, Italy. With over eight thousand mummies, this place is nicknamed the Museum Of death. The odd thing is that the dead corpses have no odor whatsoever. After 1881 mummification was no longer permitted in the city.

Capuchin Catacombs - Sicily, Italy-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

4.Radon Health Mine - Montana, US

Lead ore and silver mining was done in the Radon Mine in 1924, before it was abandoned. However, in 1949, when radioactivity was found to have cured a woman of her ailments when she entered the cave, it soon became a radon therapy mine. People actually sleep there, and come out feeling better.

Radon Health Mine - Montana, US-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

5.Coober Pedy - South Australia

In South Australia, Coober Pedy is a place for tourists to mine opal, while seeing how the other half lives. With devastatingly hot summer temperatures, the locals go underground where it is much cooler. A whole city exists underneath the ground, including churches, hotels and houses. If you go down, you may never want to come out.

Coober Pedy - South Australia-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

6.Batu Caves - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Over one million people climb 272 rock steps every January to reach he entrance to the Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Hindu Festival Of Thaipusam attracts this huge stampede of people, who pierce their bodies with steel hooks, while in a trance like state, to show their devotion.

Batu Caves - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

7.The Catacombs Of Paris - Paris, France

The Catacombs of Paris, in Paris, France, are often referred to as the Empire Of death, and rightfully so. Six million dead bodies were carted to this location over the course of eighteen months, to be arranged in huge piles of bones. The skulls are laid out in configurations such as crosses or wall ornaments throughout the two mile underground gallery.

The Catacombs Of Paris - Paris, France-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

8.London Dungeon - London, England

Europe's London Dungeon is a main attraction, and sits under the arches of the London Bridge. Visitors witness all kinds of horror in the largest horror attraction in Europe, as they take the Boat Ride To Hell, enter the Labyrinth Of The Lost and sweat it out in the Great Fire Of London.

London Dungeon - London, England-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

9.Waitomo Glow Worm Caves -- Otorohanga, New Zealand

In New Zealand is one of the most spectacular underwater places you will ever experience. the Waitomo caves is made of limestone, but the main attraction is the illumination by female glow worms. They glow to attract a mate and light up the cave in a dazzling display, that attracts millions per year.

Waitomo Glow Worm Caves -- Otorohanga, New Zealand-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

10.Milk Grotta Chapel - Bethlehem, Isreal

The story goes that the Holy Family sought shelter in the Milk Grotto Chapel during the Slaughter of the Innocents. Legend has it that as Mary breast fed baby Jesus, a few drops spilled onto the floor and crumbled the rock. Today Christian and Muslims venture there to purchase packets of the white stone.

Milk Grotta Chapel - Bethlehem, Isreal-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

11.Wieliczka Salt Mine - Krakow, Poland

Existing since the Middle Ages, the Wieliczka Salt Mine is an extravagant underground place that has to be seen to believe. In continuous operation, sculptures have been engraved into the Miocene salt, with a cathedral ceiling and floor made from salt crystals. with over a million visitors per year, the salt mine is a popular attraction.

Wieliczka Salt Mine - Krakow, Poland-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places

12.Kapadokya, Turkey

There are over one hundred underground cities in the region of Kapadokya, Turkey, that are guessed to have existed since the Bronze Age. Animal attacks made it necessary for residents to head underground for protection and for religious purposes. Digging into volcanic rock, they built cities below the ground.

Kapadokya, Turkey-Unusual And Unbelievable Underground Places



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