The Most Unique Cemetery In The World

Cemetery is the final resting place for every person, whoever it was certainly not experienced it. Whether it’s at the age of short or long, it’s part of human beings on this earth to commemorate the death of a person or his brother with a different way. this is the 10th most unique cemetery in the world.

1. Newgrage Cemetery

Newgrage Cemetery

Newgrage Cemetery

The cemetery which was located in the state of Ireland was one of the pre historical buildings or monuments of the most impressive and majestic in the world. Built circa 3300 to 2900 BC, these mysterious tombs, including very large. Building area is round like a bunker is an area of 4046 square meters with a height of 12 meters.

The building is actually composed of composition of the stones are very neat and there are a number of megalithic relics of carved stone. This shows that have a solid structures is indeed a very old age, even older than the pyramids of Giza and Stonehenge.

2. Tana Toraja

tana toraja

tana toraja

One of the cultural heritage of Indonesia, which held up very well known abroad. Tana Toraja funeral rites are considered to have the most complicated in the world. Pemakamani ceremony is called a sign of Solo. Signs Solo is a customary funeral, which requires the family that the deceased made a last party as a mark of respect to the deceased who had left. Who make complicated, is that the ceremony has a number of signs Solo levels, depending on the social strata of the deceased and his family.

The most interesting is when the last stage of the ceremony Rambu Solo where the bodies were taken to a special bank for the funeral. Usually accompanied by the statue symbolizes the body representations self-deceased whose name is called Tau-tau. What is surprising is the body that are stored on the cliffs are only placed it and the magic was never a foul smell filled.

3. Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is a very famous gothic church in London. By building the church was not seheboh and ancient buildings semegah another. But what makes the building which was built by Benedictine priest in the 10th century is who is buried there. Westminster Abbey is the burial place of the kings of England and other royalty.

On development, the cemetery has become the last place for the great English people like Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, Rudyard Kipling, Alfred Tennyson, Sir Isaac Newton, Charles to Darwin, and Ernest Rutherford.

4. Giza Necropolis

Giza Necropolis

Giza Necropolis

There’s nothing to match the most magnificent burial complex, large, spacious, even the most mysterious in the world other than the Giza Necropolis. Egyptian king’s funeral complex consists of a large pyramid of Giza, Pyramid of Khafre, Pyramid of Menkaure, the Sphinx statue, as well as several other small pyramids around it.

One of the wonders of this unique triangle-shaped cemetery was once measured correctly by some experts, the pyramid has a margin of error of only 58 millimeters!

5. Valley of the Kings

Valley of the Kings

Valley of the Kings

Valley of the Kings in Egypt became very famous when in 1922, an expert on Egyptian culture, Howard Carter discovered and opened the tomb of Tutankhamen. This is where the widespread ‘curse’ for those who opened the tomb. Then one by one from the inventor of the ancient tomb to die with various effect. due to ‘curse’ that’s the Valley of the Kings became very famous for the invention in addition there gained extraordinary, like the gold mask of King Tut.

6. Catacomb of Paris

Catacomb of Paris

Catacomb of Paris

Rather difficult to describe what is the meaning of the catacomb, but could be interpreted as underground passages, sometimes have the rooms depending on what the room needs to be made. Catacomb of the most famous is located in the city of Paris, France.

In the 1700s, the city of Paris was suffering some sort of disease caused by a less precise mass funeral in public funeral. City authorities finally decided to move all the bones into a number of alleys in the city of Paris that are not in use.

So, be the bones of its skull was placed there and arranged in such a way in the hallways. The amazing is the underground tunnel used to arrange the bones is to reach a length of 300 km! To maintain the authenticity of a room full of bones, the city government opened slightly to allow access only to the Catacomb of Paris.

7. Terracotta Army

Terracotta Army

Terracotta Army

Perhaps the findings of the existence of this statue of China’s army is still unresolved penggaliannya. Stunning terracotta army that had buried and forgotten by history, and only rediscovered in 1974. The inventor is Peiyan and some farmers who are working on the land.

This finding is torn open the veil of mystery of existence of the tomb of emperor Qin Shi Huang, which is the first emperor in China, which unites the plains of China. Chinese Terracotta Army troop strength 8000, and the most unique, each sculpture is unique and made one by one so there is no statue faces the same image. The army was created to protect the emperor in the afterlife.

8. Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo

Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo

Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo

In the area of Palermo, Italy, there is a monastery which is quite strange with his funeral. The priest built the basement, which is applied to the funeral, and burial is not unique to bury the corpse into the ground, but with the embalming process as a way to do that then mummi these mummi dressed up with clothes on and hung on monastery walls! Interestingly again, the mummi this could change clothes like a man who is still alive, even following the same trend!

Such funeral takes place from the 16th century until the 19th century. And are eligible for burial in a way that is only the people who are considered leading. Last in the 1800s where the last corpse-mummi’s, there were 8000 mummi inhabiting in the convent

9. Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal

Taj mahal is the symbol of a great love. Aside from being a symbol of eternal love, the Taj Mahal could be regarded as the most beautiful tomb ever built because in it dwells the tomb of King Shah Jahan and his queen whom he loved, Mumtaz Mahal.

This building is a symbol of the greatness of the Mughal dynasty, which is very famous in India. At the time of the Mughal dynasty empire, reached its golden ages of India, and the Taj Mahal is one proof of his greatness. Besides proving the Mughal dynasty of wealth (the use of stone and all perniknya marbel highly detailed to show the wealth of the dynasty), as well as the beauty of the architecture is very attractive and very symmetrical.

10. City of the Dead in North Ossetia, Russia

City of the Dead in North Ossetia, Russia

City of the Dead in North Ossetia

From a distance, the valley is filled by a number of buildings and similar buildings with stone houses, not far different from the villages in general in Russia. However, when examined more closely, there are clumsy with these buildings. If we peek inside, then we realized that the building’s contents is the human body with clothes termumifikasi complete.

According to the news, on the 18th century, Ossetia region is experiencing outbreaks of the deadly disease. Well, the family members affected by the outbreak was eventually quarantined to make the building special. The building was designed so sick family member can not be everywhere, only a very small hole just to put the food into the room. Of course, what happens is slow death because there was no adequate help for the sick.

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