Afraid for real: 17 zhutchajshih places on Earth
• be afraid to really 17 zhutchajshih places on Earth
Scene from any horror film pales against the background of these real-life places that you can visit, daring to buy a plane ticket, but not in a movie theater.
Gypsum sculpture artist Jakub Hadravy (Jakub Hadrava) in an abandoned church of St. George in the Czech Republic. The sculptures were installed in 2014 in memory of living in these parts of the Sudeten Germans. This year the church was visited by about 2500 visitors from around the world.
During the excavations in the cemetery chauchu Desert Sechura Desert in Peru have been found remains of people who lived around the year 1000 AD.
Ossuary in Sedlec - a Gothic church, the interior of which is decorated with the bones of about 40 thousand people.
Abandoned children's department of psychiatric hospital Rockland Psychiatric Center in Orangeburg, New York. Hospital building was built in 1930 and took approximately 9000 inpatients.
The Hanging Coffins of Sagada in the Philippines. In the pre-colonial era, local tribes observe this ritual, because they believed that the higher they will hang the coffin, the closer will be the deceased to heaven.
The Capuchin Catacombs of people mummified body kept at Palermo, who died in the 16th century.
ghost town of Pripyat in the Kiev region, abandoned after the Chernobyl accident in 1986.
In the market Akodesseva in Togo can buy body parts of humans and animals that are used in voodoo rituals.
Since the 1950s, in the woods Aokigahara at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan committed suicide about 500 people.
On the Hill of Crosses in Lithuania, which is a place of pilgrimage, there are about 100 thousand crucifixes set believers.
Kolmanskop - a ghost town, situated in the Namib Desert. The city was abandoned in the 1940s, and now his house is almost completely buried under the sand.
State Prison in West Virginia (West Virginia State Penitentiary) in Maundsville, in which about 100 executions were carried out. The prison closed in 1995.
At first glance, the island Ilha da Queimada Grande in Brazil seems to be a paradise, but in fact it is included in the list of the most dangerous places on Earth. On Ilha da Queimada Grande island inhabited botropsy, which are considered one of the most dangerous snakes in the world, whose bite causes a rapid deterioration of tissue and necrosis. After the last inhabitants of the island were killed by snake bites, it was closed by the authorities in Brazil.
The Catholic Church Capela dos Ossos ( "Chapel of Bones") in Portugal, the internal walls of which are decorated with the bones of more than 5000 monks.
Beelitz Military Hospital-Haylshtetten, originally built in 1898 for the treatment of tuberculosis patients. At the time, his patient was Adolf Hitler.
In the Museum of the mummies in Guanajuato in Mexico people's bodies are stored, who died during an outbreak of a cholera epidemic in 1833.
Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, existing since 1478. In the cemetery are buried at least 100 thousand Jews. To date, it survived only about 12 thousand tombstones.