Sometimes we didn’t notice that there are much more places in the world than the common historic sites and tourist attractions we see people visit on social media. In this blog post, we will discuss the strangest places on the earth and you’ll be shocked to read about them. Take a look at the most mysterious places in the history of the world.
The Korean Folk Village occupies 245 acres of land with the background of mountains and a river running across it. This beautiful place was created by restoring and relocating over 200 real houses from various parts of the country, successfully approving the daily life culture of a typical village during the Joseon dynasty.
It is one of the eye-catching places where parents can show their children what was like in the past. You can see the place in the above picture and now it’s not hard to watch why it is a famous place to visit.
A farmer in Argentina was taking his cows out to graze when he slipped upon something bizarre. Here he found fossils of four ancient armadillos, said to be an astonishing 20,000 years old. There are four shells seemed to belong to two young and two adult animals. These beauties were discovered near a river and all these four animals were looking in one direction. These are actually the equivalent of small elephants.
Japan is a fascinating country that never quit to amaze everyone. This is the Japanese method for producing wood without cutting down forests. The above picture explained daisugi, which is a Japanese art form dating back more than a thousand years. It produced little trees that imitate the formation of full-size trees and in the end, the result looks like this.
You can see in the picture that it looks like cedar trees are coming out of the base of another tree. This place is also one of the great fascinating discoveries that we did not know existed.
In the above image, you can see a lot of different red-headed people only. This is actually a festival that is celebrated every year. And if this event does not indicate how bizarre the world is, then we do not know what will. People celebrated this event in Dublin, Ireland, where they got together and united by the main thing they all have in common.
Now in this festival, they present different awards such as “The world’s greatest ginger beard,” “Best Wannabe Redhead,” “Best Ginger Awards,” and “The most freckles per square inch.”
This is an ancient wooden bridge that was built without a single nail. It is built near the Gulli village of theTabasaran region of Dagestan. This ancient wooden bridge is considered an architectural monument and also a historical monument. The 10-meter-tall structure was constructed using thick beams and wooden logs but no nails.
If you are looking at this picture and thinking that this bridge looks massive then you would be right. You can go and see this gorgeous place where we did not exist.
A team of archeologists that is led by Kutalmış Görkay had recently discovered three Greek mosaics in the city of turkey, Zeugma. This city is near the Syrian border. This project was nearby flooding which is why it sped up for fear of the water crashing ancient artifacts. Fortunately, this beauty was effectively maintained.
This amazing discovery was found in the megalithic tomb of Montelirio tholos, which is located in southwestern Spain. It is just like the other daggers of the time in shape and is almost 8.5 inches long. The ancient discovery and study of these weapons continue to give an enchanting insight into the earliest culture that populated Earth 5,000 years ago.
This incredible fish pond mosaic was made by Gray Drostle, it just looks 3D. The spherical ripples and shadow effect under the fish elevate this artwork’s profundity and 3D result. Actually, at the very first look, these fishes look real. Gray Drostle is a great and award-winning artist who works exclusively in mosaics and murals. This fish pond mosaic was made for a small public garden which is located in Croydon, Surrey, United Kingdom.
This is one of the world’s last remaining old ancient isolated villages and it has an incredible architecture. This extremely isolated village is located in Indonesia with beautiful views. This village has been occupied by the Manggaraian people for almost 2,000 years. And during that time period, their lifestyle has not changed. Here the residents have cultivated crops such as vanilla, cinnamon, and coffee on the land of this isolated village.
In 1628, the Swedish warship Vasa fell to the seafloor shortly after it departed on its maiden voyage. But after 333 years, it was founded and recovered almost completely intact. And now you can see its beauty at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm as the World’s saved 17th-century ship. Impressively, this Swedish warship is said to include approximately 98% of its actual parts.
This world’s deepest step-well is located in Rajasthan, opposite a partly ruined temple which is known as Harshat Mata mandir. The imposing square-shaped step-well measures 35 meters on every side and is almost 19 meters in depth. It has almost 3,500 stairs that are perfectly proportioned in a way that they form stair triangles with a sharp descent.
It is so surprising to believe that a place that is actually associated with death could be so stunning. Nevertheless, this bright and beautiful Taiwanese Cemetery manages to achieve that. Basically, it looks like an appropriate way to celebrate the warm fuzzies of someone’s life. It is constructed to be comforting for the deceased’s family to know that their beloved is at rest in a beautiful place.
This is one of the most attractive and large libraries in the world. It is constructed exactly on Luís de Camões Street, number 30. There is a lot of Portuguese text here and the library also receives almost 6000 new titles yearly. This gorgeous library was established in 1837 and then in 1990, the building became public.
These old mosaics were hidden in the city streets of Stari Grad, on the idyllic Hvar Island in Croatia. Archaeologists found the gorgeous mosaic floors before the city started construction on water and sewage pipes. According to specialists, this mosaic dates back to the 2nd-century CE. which means this incredible world is 24,00 years old. Look at the pretty floral motif and geometric shapes, and the colors that were used to create this outstanding masterpiece. It is really pleasing to the eyes.