8 places in the world with mysticism

Mysteries, secrets and magic ... stories, legends and traditions ... all this is combined in these magnificent sites. If you are a fan of the occult, the extraordinary and the unusual ... you will love to know these 8 places in the world with mysticism. Do not miss them!

Destinations with mysticism, charm and magic

Check out this list with sites full of mysticism and many unanswered questions:

1. Castlerigg Stone Circle (England)

It is located in the Cumbria area and is a historical monument whose construction dates back to 3200 BC. In addition to being visited by thousands of people every year, it is also subject to research by archaeologists since According to studies, these stones reflect certain characteristics in the nearby hills.

Castlerigg Circle, England - Ian Duffield

In total there are 38 stones of different shapes and sizes (some are too high) and the mystery revolves around how it was done to transport them or why this kind of irregular circle that flattens in the northeast direction. In addition, there is another enclosure with 10 stones, but forming a rectangle.

2. Lhasa (Tibet)

Potala Palace, Tibet - Fan jianhua

The capital of the country is the highest in the Asian continent and was one of the cities that remained hidden for centuries. It has 3 concentric circles used by pilgrims to travel outside the sacred temple of Johkhang. Those who fulfill that ritual gain spiritual merits in the Potala Palace, the sanctuary of Tibetan monks.

3. Machu Picchu (Peru)

If you turn the typical photo of the mountain you will realize that the peaks form the face of a man. But if that is still not enough to leave you stunned, you should know that this city was built between the mountains and without knowing how, abandoned.

Machu Picchu, Peru - 3523studio

Machu Picchu means "old summit" and houses a complete city erected in the fifteenth century, a masterpiece of both architecture and engineering. Discovered in the twentieth century, it is undoubtedly a place that you can not miss at least once in your life.

"All systems based on fear, upon which our civilization is based, will be transformed simultaneously with the planet and man, to give way to a new reality of harmony."

- Fifth Mayan prophecy -

4. Easter Island (Chile)

One of the most isolated regions in the world, in the middle of the Ocean and several hours by plane from the continent. The island is full of the well-known giant statues called "Moai".

Easter Island, Chile - Amy Nichole Harris

The most striking thing is not that the volcanic rock is perfectly carved emulating human faces but that in the excavations they realized that the body was also rocky underground. There are no explanations to understand how they were built, or why.

5. Pyramids of Giza (Egypt)

Pyramid of Giza, Egypt - Eugine Li

Were the aliens who helped the Egyptian empire build these moles of shell stone and with unimaginable perfection even in the current technological era? The pyramids are surrounded by mysteries, especially that of Cheops, the largest structure in the ancient world.

There is no doubt that this civilization was one of the most advanced of its time and it still amazes us with its discoveries and constructions.

6. Chichen Itza (Mexico)

Chichen Itza, Mexico - achinthamb

The Mayan civilization was one of the most powerful in America. This culture was characterized by its devotion and sacrifices for the gods, as well as its temples and cities.

But there is more: the prophecies and advances in all areas of the wise Maya still attract the attention of tourists and researchers.

7. Stonehenge (England)

Stonehenge, England- Filip Fuxa

Apparently the ancient English loved to "play" with giant stones. In this case the monument is located in Whiltshire and the stage is also circular like that of Castlerigg. Stonehenge is about 5000 years old and there is still no evidence of its origin or building.

8. Angkor Wat (Cambodia)

It became more popular after it was the scene of the movie Tomb Raider, starring Angelina Jolie, but her story is much older. This temple is the representation of the axis of the universe whose center is on Mount Meru (according to the Hindu and Buddhist religions).

Temples of Angkor, Cambodia - f9photos

The temple of Angkor Wat was inhabited by monks who for a strange reason abandoned it. Many centuries passed before it was discovered, since the trees and plants had "eaten" it. Although it is a tourist destination par excellence in this country of Southeast Asia it is also a pilgrimage site for Cambodians.

Without a doubt visiting any of these places with mysticism will be an unforgettable experience for you. Decide for your next mysterious destination full of secrets!

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