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From amazing natural locales to abandoned towers, here are the most unusual and mysterious locations around the world!

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5.The Star Pyramid

Also known as Salem Rock, this pyramid in Stirling Scotland was built in 1863 and it commemorates martyrs seeking religious freedom.

During construction a bible was entombed in the pyramid and each side has a bible made out of marble.. There isn’t anything too crazy about this place, its just strange to see a pyramid in a cemetery in scotland.


4. Valley of the Fallen

Valle de los Caidos was built under the orders of the spanish dictator Francisco Franco, it commemorates and honours the casualties of the Spanish Civil War.

The 500ft (150m) cross commands respect from afar, and is the centerpiece of the complex. All together, it took 18 years for the monument to be built, and it is still surrounded in controversy. It is believed that around 10 % of the workers on the project were political prisoners, and that doesn’t sit well with… anyone really.

When you look at the aerial view, you can see the abbey, and basilica, the whole complex is beautiful, but the history behind it has lead to its closure for a while. In 1999, the monument was the victim of a terrorist attack by the Anti Fascist Group GRAPO.

If you find yourself in Madrid with nothing else to explore, I would suggest checking this place out, for sure.


3.Vienna Flak Towers

What do you do when you got the Allied air forces bombing your cities ? You build some of these insane towers; these were just MASSIVE slabs of reinforced concrete and anti aircraft guns. They also had room for civilians to hide in during air raids.

The main flak towers were built in Berlin, Hamburg, and Vienna with Smaller towers scattered around Europe as a whole.

It was said that these towers were invulnerable, and it took only 3 to protect the center of Berlin from total destruction. They were one of the last lines of defense, and while the Red Army was taking over Berlin, some 30,000 people were hiding inside one of the flaktowers.

When the war was over, everyone looked at these towers and collectively said “What now?”. Since it would have been extremely expensive and time intensive to take them down, most flak towers were repurposed.


2.Skeleton Coast | Namibia

I know this video has been a bit out there with the content, we have explored some very different places, but this one, this one is very unique. The Northern Namibian coast is known under many different names,

Portuguese explorers called it “The Gates of Hell.

Local tribes named it “The Land God Made in Anger”

The one that stuck out the most was “ The Skeleton Coast”, coined by the writer John Henry Marsh, from a book he wrote by the same name…

From derelict buildings, hundreds of shipwrecks and thousands of whale and seal bones, the skeleton coast lives up to its name. The farther mainland you go, the more you realize that you are surrounded by nothing but desert. Nowadays, most of the coastline is protected land known as the Skeleton Coast National Park. Most of it is only accessible by plane, and only the southern part is open to 4 wheel drive vehicles.

In other words, if you find yourself here alone… good luck.



1. Le Morne Brabant
Officially known as the Republic of Mauritius, this tiny island nation is found in the Indian Ocean (which holds approximately 20% of the water on Earth’s Surface)

The islands have passed through the hands of a few Colonizers, Dutch, French and the British stayed there until the 60s

Reading into it a bit more, it seems that the UK claimed one of the smaller islands in the archipelago, the Diego Garcia. They got rid of all the locals, closed the island down, and rented it out the USA. Because why not?

Well, the truth is, the USA has had an active military base there ever since they got their hands on the land. So it wasn’t “just because”.

Oh look ! A Destroyed RAF Catalina ! Luckily, this was caused by a cyclone, and no one was injured. Stick around to explore the other abandoned Catalina Seaplane, this time in Saudi Arabia.

What else, what else… oh yeah, one of the most unique aerial views on the planet ! The so called “underwater waterfall”. Scientists say they can easily explain this one, its merely sand and sinking farther into a deeper part of the ocean… Lets ignore the science and just enjoy the optical illusion for once .


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I see u are pushing global warming agenda

2 weeks ago

Pyramids are often placed in cemeteries for Freemason graves or memorials.

2 weeks ago

Another asshole making videos for the money and nothing else. No research, no knowledge. Spreading bullshit and dumbing down the world.

2 weeks ago

What a mess, many wrong maps, showing something different, not showing what ur talking, many are not mysteries too

3 weeks ago

"Very unique" "most unique", doesn't make sense. Something is either unique ( meaning there is only one ) or it isn't .

2 months ago

Annoying music. Had to click off.

2 months ago

how can people be so stupid to think the devil built those bridges

3 months ago

Notron waves make such holes

4 months ago

Life doesn't just form on its own. Evolution is IMPOSSIBLE and BULLSHIT.

4 months ago

Fast and lose with the facts that one might see in a super market rag, but then Americans will believe anything.

4 months ago

ask a tamilian how it was built

4 months ago

#6 To me looks like Russia's version of Rods from God.

4 months ago

The bridge in Kromwell Germany is shown on a map within a red circle drawn in the middle of Russia. Was this video put together by chimpanzees?

4 months ago

Do you see a face in the sky in this picture

5 months ago

Actually it's not unusual to see a pyramid in a cemetery for obvious reasons like the long running interest in Egyptology, this is one of a number of examples.

5 months ago

Alps, Alps, you simplistic creature. Learn to pronounce words correctly before you decide to narrate again.

5 months ago

Los Lunas Mystery Stone 2018: https://youtu.be/rOBOb5dFYEA

5 months ago

0:52 This place can be reached via The Highway To Hell.

5 months ago

The skeleton Coast?
Is it located in SWA?

5 months ago

Pics are wrong.. this is a blatent attempt to make money without any real efford.. Screw this uploader.

5 months ago

There is a pyramid in a graveyard in Liverpool.

5 months ago

i assume that the picture at 8:31 is the same as 9:05 and 9:12 and that what we are looking at is the gran grand granpa of tyrannosaurus rex and a mud fossil as it have the exact same geometry as the head of the t-rex. i can even make out the teeth and the neck sceleton of this one. people may think i am doing the cloud game here but the symmetry of the shape tell me that its not a figment of my imagination but a real titan of a dinosaur.

at 6:02 is the head of a giant with a piece of a broken metal chain partially around the head as this guiy was strapped to the ground when he died. the funny thing is that the cross is at the center of his face. just turn your laptop or screen on the side and you see what i mean.

at 5:45 is the remains of the old church in the upper part of the images above the graves.

at 5:14 is a sink hole. at 5:00 is also a sink hole. at 4:52 is also a sink hole. 2:55 is also likely a sink hole.

at 4:04 is bridges that goes into buildings that have been covered in mud that turned to stone. the mud is no very old. its not old mountain. its mud. even if some of this have been rebuilt later, part of the structure have been originals as the mudrock and is as old as the rock itself. and the river have washed a trench at the bottom and rveal some more of the structure.

3:42 was a wall that was going around a certain teritory that is now damaged.

at 2:30 and 2:17 is part of a land that was once a round hill on all sides that have now eroded into what you see now and may have happend more recent than you think.

6 months ago

there is a pyramid grave stone in Liverpool, England

6 months ago

Fuck you and your global warming bullshit.

6 months ago

Since the word originally used where some modern translations put hell, literally meant "the grave" I would say either one of the lava pools, or anything comparatively deadly would serve a a suitable passage to death, LOL.

6 months ago

Well , the lava lake if you have to get your RV inside or you have a bunch of groceries or like that.
The door to hell so you can slip inside really quick and not let all the heat out.

6 months ago

Sometimes the pronunciation kills me.
But mmmmmh! Very good information

6 months ago

did you really pronounce the Swiss Alps "Aulps"?

6 months ago

5:44 Freemason cemetery.

7 months ago

nr3: they are much to strong to bust and the concrete gets permanently harder

8 months ago

What a mess! Put the right image with the right story. At 2:41 you have an image of an Indian celebration, while talking about Finland! The bridges in Germany are accompanied by a map of Russia. What else is not right in these videos?

8 months ago

Rusty: Pretty much most are not right.

1 month ago

That hermit church would be perfect for the zombie apocalypse

9 months ago

Not really mysterious if you tell everyone where it is.

9 months ago

Where's the bloody optical illusion? I really wanted to see that.

9 months ago

Global warming, huh.... Ok

9 months ago

Germany is over 1,000 miles northeast of Moscow?!?!?!?!

10 months ago

Dislike for wrong informations

10 months ago

* iceland
in the 50's & 60's,they sent astronauts and cosmonauts there,
as part of training for space, due to the unusual and extreme environments. (no, not the frozen food supermarket).
* the dyatlov pass (incident).
* antarctica , namely lake vostok ........ .
* marianas trench .
* drimnagh castle , the only castle in (not 100% sure, europe, any way.) with a real moat.

10 months ago

#4 - Seems like we're not the only ones to ever have ANTIFA terrorist group problems.

10 months ago

WTF it is.. do u really think this info worth watching??

11 months ago

Nice but full of shit

11 months ago

I've been threw the Swiss alps, they where more beautiful then life it self

11 months ago

Maybe he doesn't know the map probably.

11 months ago

His voice makes me want to die

11 months ago

Nice bridge

11 months ago

Then "wala"

1 year ago

At 6:48 I dig those skull gates. I would put those on my driveway. There is a church I will not name at the end of my street. They might keep the church people away. They have knocked on my door a couple times a month since I moved in 10 years ago. Then again it just might make them try harder.

1 year ago

Gitar Zan jhjjoujj

8 months ago

Gitar Zan nonhuman

8 months ago

In association with number 9, ever heard or seen the Meteora monasteries of Greece?
Check it out, they are some 600 years old...

1 year ago

#7 with that big piller would be a awesome place to hold up if their was ever a zombie apoc.

1 year ago

I have been in devil's bridge.It is a really nice place

1 year ago