More architectural structures impressive in the world from the outside and most mysterious insider

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Certain architectural wonders of the world, carrying some of the secrets of the most craziest, "You can look at these structures and their beauty, but at the same time you can imagine what is inside? There is ambiguity as possible strange you can expect the existence of the existence of luxurious furnishings and other beauty and luxury! But you Ttfaji you walk in some of these achievements in the beautiful architecture only to find that cemetery just impressive.
These structures are beautiful, but the homes of the dead.
1) Taj Mahal
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Built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan Palace Taj Mahal in Agra, India in memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal (between 1632 and 1653). The emperor and his wife are both buried here. It is a wedding gift!
2) the Great Pyramid in Giza
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It is believed that the Great Pyramid at Giza is the tomb of Pharaoh Cheops in Egypt. .
3) Humayun Tomb
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Delhi, India is home to the burial place of the Mughal Emperor Humayun Mughal and other nobility second.Humayun's wife Hamida Banu Begum girl tomb in 1562 AD.
4 large Ante
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This Turkish monument built over the burial place of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey.
5. the Prophet's Mosque
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The tomb of the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him be under the green dome of the Msadjad-, or "Mosque of the Prophet" in Medina, the city is the second holiest city in Islam. Been appended with some additions since its construction, but it remains more or less after it was first built.
6) the tomb of Genghis Khan
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In China, you'll find this monument to the memory of Genghis Khan. This is the coffin to the tomb of Genghis Khan
7) Castle Sant'Angelo
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Rome, Italy is home to the Castel Sant'Angelo. Tomb was built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian between 135 m and 139 m. It was used to as the Castle, and now operates as a museum.
8) Capuchin Catacombs in Palermo
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Capuchin monks mummified the bodies of the dead, then wears these clothes and the bodies Ptgerha on a daily basis, and then was placed on the walls of the monastery for display in this Palermo, Italy monestary. And get the body was quite a status symbol in the Capuchin monastery. The prominent citizens in the town asking them to keep on some clothes and even clothes and changed on a regular basis, according to contemporary fashion.
9 shrine Nontoko
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Sakai, Japan is home to one of the largest shrines in the world, and the burial site of the emperor of Japan 6, Nintoku.
10) Westminster Abbey
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This English cathedral is home to the remains of many of the literary geniuses. Geoffrey Chaucer, William Blake, Lord Byron, Charles Dickens, John Keats, Rudyard Kipling, William Wordsworth, Jane Austen and the Bronte sisters, either buried or lived here.
11), the tomb of Cyrus the Great
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While not impressive as some other structures mentioned here, and the founder of the Persian Empire graves lie in the historical capital of Cyrus' Pasargadae.
12) and the catacombs in Paris
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She recently appeared in the film, as above, so below, and the catacombs in Paris to have an interest in history.Paris suffered from diseases caused by improper burials and mass graves in cemeteries Church. Local authorities decided to remove thousands of bones and place them stacked in the abandoned underground quarries.
13) Anvaldah
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Paris, France is home to the tomb of this impressive. Originally a 17th-century hospital and retirement home for war veterans, Anvaldah now houses a military museum and the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte, as well as other French military figures.
14 New Kranj
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It is that this fiery vault in the ground Irish built between 3100-2900 BC, and is home to thousands of prehistoric humans.



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