Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo or The Catacombs

Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo or The Catacombs, is a way of burial of the Italy that put lives into the church like a monastery, priest, and his descendants. And dehydrated into ceramic bodies shaped like the original human form, some of the bodies embalmed and dicuka and not a few corpses are only covered by the glass. Burial is located in Palermo, Sicily, southern Italy, was first performed in 1599, but officially closed in 1880. But because the tourists continue to visit, then in 1920, officially reopened Catacombs until now.

Catacombs became one of the terrible tourist destination and a remarkable historical record. This provides another tourist attraction for visitors.
Last friar interred into the catacombs was Brother Riccardo in 1871 but other famous people are buried. Catacombs contain about 8000 mummies that line the walls. The hall is divided into categories: Men, Women, Virgin, Child, Priests, Monks, and Professionals. Some arranged in poses, for example, two children sitting together in a rocking chair. Accessible coffin to the family of the deceased so that on certain days of the family can hold their hands and they can "join" their family in prayer.

Famous people buried in the catacombs include:
     * Colonel Enea DiGuiliano (in French Bourbon uniform)
     * Salvatore Manzella, surgeons
     * Lorenzo Marabitti, sculptor
     * Filipo Pennino, sculptor
     * Son of a king of Tunis who had converted to Catholicism
     * Allegedly Velázquez, Spanish painter, was buried in a vault Fuensalida church of San Juan Bautista (Madrid, Spain), and within eight days his wife was buried at his side.

Tana Toraja

Tana Toraja is a district that is 300 km from the city of Makassar, Indonesia. This place has a very impressive natural scenery of granite stone, green rice fields and patches of mountain and burial complexes that can make chilling shudder. Now Tana Toraja is one of the tourist attraction in Indonesia, is inhabited by the Toraja tribe who live in mountainous areas and maintain a typical lifestyle and still show the original Austronesian lifestyle. But nowhere is this more exciting if we can travel here primarily to coincide funeral commonly called 'signs Tuka'.

In Toraja society, the funeral rites of the most important and expensive. People who are more wealthy and powerful, funeral expenses will be more expensive. The body of the deceased are not buried but in a place (traditional house) tongkonan, and also held cutting diacara buffalo. In addition, we can visit the various types of funeral here as in baby death 'Kambira' in the tree, the bodies 'Stone tumonga' on the rocks and in caves Rantepao. Funeral was held only occasionally after weeks, months, even years since the death in question, with the goal of keeping the family left behind to collect enough money to cover funeral expenses. Toraja tribe believes that death is not something that comes with a sudden but a gradual process toward Puya (the spirit world, or the afterlife). In the waiting period, the corpse is wrapped with several pieces of cloth and kept under these tongkonan.

So if you want to feel the area is still exotic, has a wealth of cultural and remote, would not hurt you to try to come to this place and feel the different atmosphere. Foreign and local tourists and many say that this place is one vacation destination or travel frightening and extreme.

Poenari Castle

Poenari Castle, also known as the palace fort Poenari is very famous in his country, and even in the world. The palace was precisely located in Romania, on the cliffs, on the right side of the road Transfagarasan in Arges County. The building was founded around the beginning of the 13th century by the rulers of Wallachia. And in the 14th century, the fort is the main Poenari of Basarab rulers.

Poenari Castle became one of the famous buildings in the world among tourists. Because this building into the history of a creepy building, which is this palace has a relationship with the Impaler Vlad III, or "Vlad Dracula". Poenari Castle Dracula's castle is located adjacent to it, and said the story is here every night of the vampire spends his time.
So now the building has become one of the goals that must be visited by tourists if it is in Romania. And to get to this castle tourists must tread around about 1500 steps.

Château de Machecoul

Château de Machecoul. Vacation or travel is the most popular activities and eagerly awaited by everyone when it comes the holiday season. Everyone really liked and wanted a holiday to beautiful places and comfortable, in order to eliminate boredom and fatigue during a typical day working. But why the holiday is usually only aims to places who beautiful, luxurious, etc., why do not you try once in a while on vacation to places that are not normal, ie to places of 'haunted'. And one of them is the Château de Machecoul.

Château de Machecoul is a very famous house in the country, namely France. This house was formerly owned by an assassin named Gilles de Rais (1404 - 1440), a Breton knight, companion of Joan of Arc Marshal of France. But his name is known as a serial killer of children in the years 1434-1435. Most of the murders were committed in the house, and before being killed, they were first raped and then mutilated. And finally on the date October 26, 1440, this sadistic warrior executed by hanging.
And now this house became famous among tourist lovers, rather be one of the extreme categories of holiday destination and creepy. Many tourists who come here to see or feel the atmosphere of this house of cruelty.

Leap Castle

Leap Castle is a fortress that is quite famous in the world, located in County Offaly, about 4 miles north of the town of Roscrea, Ireland. The building was built in 1250 it fell into the possession of a notorious family there, precisely in 1659, many people were imprisoned and executed in this castle. Here is found a 'oubliette' which is the dungeon where people are locked up and tortured. And when it was renovated, a report showed that the workers they found the bones in the dungeon, and also found that the results of a clock made ​​in the 1840s. Also visible here also report frequent sightings spirits unknown what kind of creature it. But the apparition is said to be accompanied by the smell of rotting corpses and the smell of sulfur.

But even though the story is spread so terrible and frightening, it turns out this place makes people curious. So many people came to this place just a trip to see the condition of the building as well as proving the reality of the outstanding issues. And now this place is often mentioned as one of the spooky holiday destination.

Saint Louis Cemetery

Saint Louis Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery in New Orleans, Louisiana. This cemetery is quite famous in the world, because he is the oldest cemetery complex in the world, with a dome-shaped dome and most built in the 18th and the 19th century.
And for segedar know it, the following names of famous people buried here: 'Marie Laveau' Voodoo priest, 'Bernard de Marigny' carrier dice game to the USA, 'Barthelemy Lafon' a pirate, 'Paul Morphy' one First Chess world champion in the world, and "Delphine LaLaurie", the murderous socialite.

And now the grave has become one of the many tourist attractions visited by tourists. The people who come here want to feel the tour with a different atmosphere of the tour in general, that a trip to a scary place and extreme. So, the cemetery is now one of the creepy tourist destination in the world.

Hill of Crosses

Hill of Crosses. Mount of the Cross is a very famous pilgrimage site in the world, which is located about 12 km north of the city of Šiauliai, in northern Lithuania. Standing atop a small hill hundreds of thousands of crosses that represent Christian devotion and a warning to Lithuanian national identity. In this place for centuries, not only cross, but the giant cross, carved Lithuanian patriots, statues of the Virgin Mary and thousands of tiny effigies and rosaries have been brought here by Catholic pilgrims. The exact amount of the cross is unknown, but estimates put it around 55,000 in 1990 and 100,000 in 2006. These crosses are made of carved wood or sculpted from metal, crosses range from three feet to the examples of countless little rapids depending on the larger cross. On windy days the wind was blowing through the cross and rosary hanging forest produce beautiful unique music.

On September 7, 1993, Pope John Paul II visited the Hill of the Cross, declaring it a place for hope, love, peace, and sacrifice. In 2000 a Franciscan monastery was opened nearby. Interesting relationship with the interior decoration of La Verna, the mountain where St. Francis received his stigmata hill remains under the jurisdiction of anyone. Therefore, people are free to build the cross as they see fit.

And now many people who come to this place to pray or just view the scenery at this place. And for some people, this place is considered one vacation destination that is unique and impressive.

Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon is a steep canyon area is very famous in the world, the sides carved by the Colorado River in the United States in the state of Arizona. Grand Canyon is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide and reaches depths of more than a mile (6,000 feet / 1,800 meters). Nearly two billion years of Earth's geological history has been exposed as the Colorado River and its tributaries cut their channels through layer after layer of rock while the Colorado Plateau uplifted.

Now this area is regarded as one of the Natural Wonders of the World, so much attract tourists from all over the world to come to this area, which is approximately five million visitors per year. Also here there is a place that is considered as the most sought-after areas visited by tourists and the horseshoe-shaped Pant-Filler that hangs approximately 4000ft above the surface and 65ft wide in the outer edge of a steep canyon. From this place you could look down the edge of the abyss that must akanmembuat you fear and chills. The horshoe shaped skywalk is built on the best quality glass walls 4 inches thick. And if you want to climb temoat visitors must wear socks scratch-proof special-order them at the sight. So this place became one of the places with breathtaking scenery in the world.

Opéra Bastille or L'Opéra Bastille

Opéra Bastille or L'Opéra Bastille, is a modern opera house yanag very famous in the Place de la Bastille, in the 12th arrondissement, Paris, France. This opera house is the home base Opera national de Paris and is designed to replace the Palais Garnier, which is currently mainly used for ballet performances.
The idea of ​​making this house first came from the composer Pierre Boulez, Maurice Béjart, along with Jean Vilar, in 1968. They want to one day later this opera house can be advanced and famous in the world.

Construction of this building began in 1984 with the dismantling of the Gare de la Bastille, which opened in 1859 and closed on December 14, 1969, and where art expositions were held until after the demolition. then
This building was officially opened to the public on July 13, 1989, providing approximately 2723 seats, with a highly sophisticated facilities and modern.

Palais Garnier

Palais Garnier is an a very famous opera house in Paris even in the world. This place was built in 1861-1875 for the Paris Opera with an elegant 1979 seat opera house. And this place was originally called the Salle des Capucines because of its location on the Boulevard des Capucines in Paris 9th arrondissement.
Palais Garnier opera is a very luxurious building, and by the people considered the most famous opera houses in the world, becoming one of the symbols of Paris.