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11/14/2011

8 Buildings in the World Mystery



1. Edinburgh, Scotland






Scotland has a long history and a strange, strange plg is about the bridge being buried under the ground. After the bridge was completed and followed by death finally make this bridge is not so used.


2. Pembrokeshire






Wales home exactly trace the family home of The Hobbit LOTR. Built entirely of natural bahan2 who found around the residence. Its walls of stone, mud and water into the house because of gravity. Windows and pipes taken from the trash.


3. kapakdokya, Turkey






Turkey home of hundreds of homes consists of rooms and concatenated together with the old system of underground cities over the age of 2500thn. Area-the area is separated by a narrow corridor, residents start the occupation on the surface and eventually moved to the underground


4.Tokyo, japan










Japan is the central mystery involving seven puzzles including an underground city. It began when Japanese researcher Shun Akiba found an old map of Tokyo tunnel system that is incompatible with the existing map. Since then he discovered irregularities in six historical maps and other records of the space hidden-room.

5. Seattle



Washington's Pioneer Square district has a unique history, a century ago they raised the road up to 1 degree. Many people died falling from the street to the sidewalk that has not been raised, eventually the pavement is elevated according to high streets former jalan.Akhirnya original unused and recently opened to tourists / visitors


6. Denver, Colorado





Colorado has a big airport who is believed to have byk bwh ground tunnels. Based on relics found credible tunnels were built by the military as a Masonic Templ

7. Xi'an





Now China is famous for the Mausoleum of Qinshihuang, the largest imperial tombs in China's history. This miracle was built in 38 years by 700,000 workers, and the famous terracotta army buried with Emporer.

8. Wieliczka





Poland stands above the salt mine who has been in operation for 800 tahun.Tambang is now open to tourists with a depth of 1000 feet. The mine was once used as an aircraft factory during World War 2


there is something behind the beauty of the great wonders of the unexpected..

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