10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

The unique graves below can become tourist attractions and become popular because of their uniqueness that makes heart loss. Maybe you are interested in doing spiritual tours. You can visit a unique grave that makes heart pounding. Curious? Here are 10 unique graves that make heart pounding

1. Tana Toraja Indonesia
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

One of Indonesia's well-known cultural heritage to foreign countries is the Tana Toraja cemetery. Has the most unique funeral ritual in the world. The funeral ceremony is called Rambu Solo. Solo signs are a traditional funeral ceremony that requires the family of the deceased to make a party as a sign of final respect for the deceased who has left. unique is that the Rambu Solo ceremony has a number of levels, depending on the social strata of the deceased and his family. The last stage of the Rambu Solo ceremony is where the body is taken to a special cliff to be buried. usually the corpse is accompanied by a statue symbolizing the depiction of the deceased's self, called the Tau-tau. Surprisingly, the corpse stored on the cliff was just laid and miraculously never smelled of a foul odor.

2. Valley of Kings (Egypt)
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

The Valley of the Kings was located in Egypt and became very famous in 1922, when an Egyptian cultural expert, Howard Carter, discovered and opened Tutankhamen's tomb. This is where the curse spreads for those who opened the tomb. then one by one the inventors of the ancient tomb died with various consequences. As a result of the curse the Valley of the Kings became very famous besides the discovery that was found there was extraordinary, like the golden mask of King Tut.

3. Catacomb of Paris
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

Catacomb is interpreted as underground passageways and has rooms depending on what the room is made for. The most famous Catacomb is located in Paris, France. in the 1700s, the city of Paris suffered from a kind of disease caused by mass burial. The city authorities finally decided to move all the bones into a number of alleys in the unused city of Paris. then be bones and skulls are placed there and arranged in such a way in the halls. The underground passage used to arrange the bones has a length of up to 300 km. to maintain the authenticity of the room full of bones, the city government only allowed to open a little access to this Catacomb of Paris.

4. Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

In the Palermo area, Italy, there is a monastery that is quite strange with its funeral. the priests built an underground room intended for burial, and the unique funeral in question was not to burrow the body into the ground, but by embalming it like a mummy and dressing it in full clothes and hanging it from the monastery's wall. Uniquely, these mummies can change clothes like humans who are still alive, even following trends. Funeral ceremonies like this take place from the 16th century to the 19th century. and those who are entitled to be buried in this way are only those who are considered prominent. Finally in the 1800s where the last corpse was mummified, there were already 8,000 mummies inhabiting the monastery.

5. Taj Mahal
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

This is the symbol of exalted love. Aside from being a symbol of eternal love, the Taj Mahal can also be considered the most beautiful tomb ever built, because it sits in the tomb of King Shah Jahan and his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. this building is a symbol of the great fame of the most famous Mughal dynasty in India. During the empire of the Mughal dynasty, India reached its golden age, and the Taj Mahal was one proof of its greatness. in addition to proving the wealth of the Mughal dynasty (the use of marble and all its very detailed details shows the magnitude of the wealth of the dynasty), also the beauty of its architecture is very charming and very symmetrical.

6. Giza Necropolis
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

Nothing compares to the most unique, majestic, vast, and even most mysterious burial complex in the world besides Giza Necropolis. This Egyptian king's burial complex consists of the great Pyramids of Giza, the Khafre Pyramid, the Menkaure Pyramid, the Sphinx Statue, and several other small pyramids surrounding it. one of the wonders of this unique triangular funeral is that after being properly measured by a number of experts, the pyramid only has an error margin of 58 millimeters.

7. Terracotta Army
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

perhaps the findings about the existence of this statue of the Chinese army are still incomplete. The amazing terracotta forces were buried and forgotten by history, and were only rediscovered in 1974the inventor was Yang Peiyan and several farmers who were working on the land. These findings suddenly unmasked the mystery of the existence of the tomb of Qin Shihuang emperor who was the first emperor in China to unite the plains of China. This Terracotta Chinese army has a strength of 8,000 troops, and most unique, each statue is unique and made one by one so that there is no image of the face of the same statue. Emperor form protect him in the afterlife

8. Westminster Abbey
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

Westminster Abbey is a gothic church in London. The church building is indeed not as cool and grand as other ancient buildings. but what made the building built by the Benedictine Priest in the 10th century was who was buried there.the burial place kings of england is in Westminster Abbey . during its development, the tomb became the last place for other great British people such as Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling, Alfred Tennyson, Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Ernest Rutherford.

9. City of the Dead in Ossetia (Russia)
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

From a distance, this valley was filled with a number of buildings and buildings similar to stone houses, not much different from the villages in general in Russia. However, if observed more closely, there is something odd about these buildings. if we peek inside, then we realize that the building is filled with human bodies that are mummified with complete clothing. According to the news, in the 18th century, the Ossetia region was experiencing a deadly disease outbreak. well, the family members affected by the outbreak were finally quarantined by making special buildings. The building was designed so that the sick family members could not go anywhere, only given a small hole to put food into the room. of course what happens is death slowly because there is no adequate help.

10. Newgrange Grave
10 Unique Graves in the World That Make Heart Pounding

This cemetery is one of the most impressive and magnificent prehistoric buildings or monuments in the world. Built around 3300 until 2900 BC. The area of ​​this round building is 4046 square meters with a height of 12 meters. this building actually consists of a very neat arrangement of stones and there are a number of relics of carved megalithic stones. This shows that this sturdy building does have a very old age, even older than the pyramids of Giza and Stonehenge.