#10 North Yungas Road in Bolivia
This road goes through the foothills of the Andes in extremely dangerous conditions for life. Thus, in 1995 the road was called the most dangerous road in the world. Also it is known as the road of death. In 1983, an accident involving a bus killed more than 100 passengers, and in 1994 about 25 vehicles plunged into the precipice.
#9 Museum of Genocide in Cambodia
Before, this building was used as an interrogation center and a prison. Thousands of people were held here and most of them were tortured. In the museum, you can see photos, torture instruments, and other things that show the past of the prison.
#8 Mount Vesuvius in Italy
The most catastrophic eruption of the mountain happened in 79 AD, when Pompeii was destroyed. In just a few seconds, thousands of people were killed. When visiting the place, you can see actual bodies of those who died here during the eruption. Their facial expressions and poses are the same as they were in the final moments of their life.
#7 Sedlec Ossuary in Czech Republic
This is a small chapel just beneath the cemetery. Here, you can see bones being stacked on top of each other to create various decorations. This place was created to remind people about the death.
#6 Door to Hell in Turkmenistan
Gas crater Derweze located in the Turkmen desert Karakum reminds the door to hell. It was created in 1971 as a result of excavations. This place is especially popular among those who like desert camping.
#5 Capela dos Ossos in Portugal
The walls and pillars of this chapel are made from skulls and bones. Inside, one can also see two skeletons hanging from ropes. The chapel was built to help people think more about the transition of life.
#4 Catacombs of Paris in France
In the Catacombs, the bones are stacked on each other to form walls. If you can be easily spooked, you probably should not descend into the Catacombs.
#3 Capuchin Catacombs in Italy
The bones in the Catacombs are artfully exhibited on shelves. Many of them are covered in glass and wear clothes. The bones are even set in lifelike postures. It is eerie to study them, especially because some of them are well-preserved.
#2 Gomantong Caves in Malaysia
This place will definitely terrify you if you’re afraid of crawly and creepy creatures. This is a home for many bats and cockroaches. Also, you might meet scorpions, snakes, and centipedes.
#1 Isla de las Munecas in Mexico
This is a very creepy place, where dolls are hanging by the noose from trees. Some of them don’t have limbs, while others are dirty and decaying. You will definitely feel that someone is following you here.