3 July 2010

5 Mystical World's Best Places

The world around us is full of mystery. There are things that we think without knowing its existence. Science is not always find answers to all questions and that is why we always like to watch movies like "Lord of the Rings" and read "Harry Potter" a few times. All these things have a mysterious charm and appeal in the fact that we do not know all that. In ancient civilization of cultural practices, the mystery has been linked to all parts of the world. There are many places in the world that can be called a mystery for one reason or another.

Easter Island/ Pulau Paskah

Easter Island is one of the most remote areas of the world. Easter Island is the top of the list of the most mysterious. This area is full of giant volcanic rock statues called "Moai". The people of the island called Rapa Nui, and nobody knows where they came from and where they have disappeared. There is much research to find the story behind the gigantic structure, but there is no concrete answer to this question.

The Pyramids of Giza

The largest and oldest of the three pyramids of Giza necropolis, the Great Pyramid of Giza is also known as the Pyramid of Khufu and the Pyramid of Khufu is the highest artificial structure in the world for over 3800 years. Casing stones that originally formed on the smooth surface of the Great Pyramid has been lost and what we see today are really seeing the base structure. Egyptian civilization is said to be the most mysterious and most advanced civilization of the time and only contributes to the mystery of the Great Pyramid.

The three largest pyramid is the Great Pyramid of Khufu, the Pyramid and Pyramid Menkaura Kafhre called special cemetery for the three kings of Egypt.


Located in the English countryside Whltshire, Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument of the most famous in the world. What makes this place so special is the creation of a round stone. It is believed that the stone monument was built around 2500 BC Although there is no concrete evidence. Cooked in a region from the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Development and regulation is quite impressive, given the work and time by diperlikan.

Castlerigg Stone Circle

This stone circle in Cumbria, has an impressive historical monuments in Britain. Stone Circle was built around 3200 BC. Now, the place was invaded by tourists from every part, and also became a topic among archaeologists. Apparently, many of the stones reflect the surrounding hill Castlerigg figures.

38 stones in various shapes and sizes are in this circle. Five foot high cliff. The mystery of how, when and why it was built. Its east side is a rectangular stone about 10 stone. Goals remain mysterious box.

Cenote in Mayan Civilization

deep in the forests in Mexico and Guatemala, this civilization thrived when Europe was still in the Dark. These people are teachers of mathematics and have mapped the sky. This warrior named Maya who had fought against the Spanish. The city was built with a very imperfect without metal tools. Stone structures found in the woods talking about their genius. Maya is a great mystery in architecture, mathematics and astronomy.

Underground world called cenote are bodies of water that will keep your neck cool if you managed to walk down the narrow stairs that led to this vertical hole. Nothing in this world could be more bizarre than this scene. See when you're used to the light 20 feet below ground.