Famous Gothic buildings
Tabor – the house of God warriors In Bohemia, when the revolt of the Hussites, for strong protection of the teachings of Master Jan HUS from the oppression of the…

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Gothic churches
Home In the Church of Sophia, standing without singing, this silent temple current travellers see or hear a Symphony, and not even the Symphony and the Oratorio, says p. P.…

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The most mysterious places on the planet

The most mysterious places on the planet

On our planet Earth there are many places, which for many centuries baffled researchers. Who built them, for what purpose – until now, scientists can not explain. It is impossible in a short article to tell about all the strange and still not fully understood.

We create Top 3 places about which it is safe to say that this is the most mysterious places on the planet .

Of course, this list does not included the many no less mysterious. So, let’s start.

1. Giants Causeway. It is situated in the North-Eastern Ireland. The singularity is that this road amount to about forty thousand basalt columns, the thickness of 30-50 cm, and the height of the tallest is 12 m.

The columns form three groups of natural sites, the largest of which – the Big trail. It starts near the water, here the columns of the same level and remind paved the way. Further from the coast they look like stairs, reaching six metres in height. The tallest columns are 12 m high.

The top of the columns and flat in cross-section are hexagonal, but there are 4, 5, 8-coal. When viewed from above, the cluster of columns resembles a honeycomb. The road has a width of 20-30 m. Tourists can walk along the columns along the coast road about 1 km.

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The most famous statues of the world
The most famous statues of the world The statues were created during the entire time of human existence. One of the oldest statues extant is the lion statue with height…

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Gothic house Poland
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