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#12 – Prague, Czech Republic

In March 1580, the Supreme Loew ben Bezalel made the clay figure rising about half a meter, and then breathed life into it with the help of Kabbalistic magic.

Then it all went wrong, and the figure escaped from the power of its creator. He stuffed in the stored form in the attic, pacified, but it disappeared during the war. It's said it sometimes makes the promenade at night Prague.

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#11 – Cave of Altamira, Santillana del Mar, Spain

In this one of the most famous caverns of Europe, you'll see "3D-cinema" of the Stone Age. There are rock paintings - many colorful images of bison, horses, deer, wild boars and some people.

In addition, the artists used the relief of the walls to make the animals "alive", while highlighting flashes of fire an effect of movement was created, and in three dimensions at once.

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#10 – Loch Ness, Inverness, Scotland

This lake is the largest body of water throughout the geological fault Great Glen. Rumor has it that a monster Nessie lives there: either survived since time immemorial plesiosaur, or even unknown form of life.

There is a tradition that in the Middle Ages graceful swan-necked lizard liked to eat unlucky fishermen, but lately there is nothing new about it. However, dim and fuzzy pictures appear regularly.

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#9 – Bojnice Castle, Slovakia

Interesting ghost lives in the targeted grim beauty and rigor Gothic complex, founded in the XII century where an ancient volcano was.

A lieutenant and a businessman Jan Palffy, the then owner of the castle, was rejected by a great aristocratic French Woman. Suffering retiree never married, and then committed suicide in all, after bequeathing his fortune to shelters ...

Ian wasn't buried in the cemetery because of suicide. Perhaps that is why his lost soul in our high-tech days is wandering along the winding corridors.

Some visitors got to the hospital with a heart attack, but you can not to take that into consideration.

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#8 – Mary King's Close in Edinburgh, Scotland

This place in the old town evokes horror and awe at the same time. In the XVII century during the next plague European authorities in Scotland made a radical decision: to bring here all of those who fell ill, and in fact a terrible incurable disease in those years from the suburbs.

Perhaps doctors considered themselves to be humanists: they are not burned patients alive as in Saxony did, and sprinkled with burnt lime, as in Hungary.

According to one of the historical records, in 1645, at the height of the epidemic, Patrick and Jane MacConnachie left to die their daughter there, so the ghost of Annie forever settled on the damp and gloomy streets of the city.

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#7 – Ospedale Citta Nuova, Trieste, Italy

In this port city in the last century abnormally many talented and endowed people with incredible abilities was born. But in everyday life they were, as a rule, absolutely helpless and fall in the category of crazy from the point of view of the ordinary person.

That is why Italy's largest hospital for the mentally ill and people with developmental delays was built here.

Years passed, and the number of patients only increased. Then a professor Rampini offered a sensational method of treatment - to open a giant entertainment center, which will work exclusively for such patients. And the idea has been realized!

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