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The church is a sacred place, some of the ancient sites of the Middle Ages, because of their terrible past, give people a scary feeling, and it does not matter if you love the conquest of the soul or are interested in history or love architecture, In any case, watching the old churches has a special charm. Here are some of the scariest churches in the world, some of which are in service and some of which have been turned into museums.now I invite to this virtual trip:
1 - Our Lady Church before Ty`n, Prague, Czech Republic
The interior bricks and tall, gothic minarets like this church make it a scary place even in broad daylight. In its eerie minarets may live vampires. If you are brave, it is better to visit this church with a night tour, the interior is mixed with candlelight and a strange cold has overcome the environment that shakes the backbone of every person.
This ancient building dates back to the 14th century AD and the old Baroque designs and paintings of the altar and the place of prayer have been vague and blurred. This church, like other ancient European churches, has a burial ground and tombs.
More importantly, the tomb of the Danish astronomer Tiko Brahe can be seen in this church.
2 - Burgundy wooden church, in Burgundy, Norway
The unique architecture of the church, along with its location in the middle of a medieval cemetery, adds to the terrifying atmosphere of the Burgundy wooden church. The only stone that can be seen in the construction of the church is the stone used in the foundation of the church, and in the construction of other parts of it, wood is completely used. The name of the church is derived from its unique wooden design.
Unique architecture can be seen in this place, despite the fact that more than a thousand years have passed since the construction of this complex, the construction and foundation of the church still remains intact and there are no problems in its various parts. Some sacred parts are still standing, for example, the altar of the church. And its walls are engraved with images of mythical and mysterious animals and creatures. Scandinavian and Norwegian letters and poems can also be found in the design and decor of the church.
3 - Norwich Cathedral, Norwich, England
Norwich Church is one of the scariest churches in the world, visited by tourists, and thousands of tourists who are interested in strange and unusual activities prefer to visit this ancient church. You will be amazed to see the scenes and the magnificent building of the church.
A different and special architectural style is used in the construction of this work and Norman, Romanesque architecture and Gothic and extraterrestrial images can be seen at first sight. It can be said that the church and the nunneries around it are almost a thousand years old and have a history full of ups and downs.
This unforgettable house has been home to nuns, priests, bishops and people buried around the church. In the past, Saxon houses and temples were destroyed to build this church, and many people were buried in this church.
4. St. Paul's Anglican Church on Key West, Florida
Looking at this church, you might think that St. Paul's Church has recently been built with a bright and new look. But this church is old and has been rebuilt many times. In fact, the carvings and excavations show that in the past, areas of this church were the site of Seminole Indians, natives of southern Florida, and other strange objects have been discovered in this area.
The surrounding land was privately owned by the Fleming family before the church was built, and a woman living in the area was able to reclaim her and her family's land after making sure her husband was alive, and they and the church and the people they visited. They had no problem.
Legend has it that this covenant was broken, and over time the ghost of the property owner, John William Charles Fleming, still roams around. Ghosts have also been reported in the churchyard, with a man named Dacan setting fire to a group of his children to avenge his unfaithful wife, and locals have reported the ghosts appearing around the church. Most brave and fearless tourists visit this conquered church.
5 - St. Michael's Church, in Hallstatt, Austria
The famous place full of bones in Hallstatt is here, this collection is the largest collection of painted human skulls in the world. Watching these scenes is incredible and there is a special wonder in this environment, the beautiful scenery of the mountains and the magnificent Alpine lake have added to its beauty.
The church and its cemetery date back to ancient times, to the time when Catholic Christians were buried in a special land to be awakened at the end of time and on the Day of Judgment to join the ranks of the faithful.
For this reason, cemeteries in the area are full of graves, and the skulls of these graves have been collected and used in religious ceremonies and problem solving. Tourists are surprised to see the mass of human skulls and experience a horrible feeling.
6. St. Andrew's Church, Red Crescent, Canada
By North American standards, St. Andrew's Church is the oldest stone church in western Canada. This historic church is located on the outskirts of a small town called Winnipeg in the province of Mani Tuba and dates back to 1831 AD. The church is located near the forested hills and the Gothic style of architecture can be seen in its design.
Both the church and the surrounding cemetery are said to have been captured.
During the colonial period, the first victims of this place were people who contracted infectious diseases, such as influenza, diphtheria, tuberculosis, tuberculosis, etc., infected and dead people were buried in this cemetery, and today, according to reports The wandering spirits of the trapped people wander around the church.
7. St. Mitchen Church in Dublin, Ireland
The church was once replaced by the old Norse or Scandinavian shrine, and in 1095 the famous St. Mitchen Church was built on the former temple. In the past, there was a temple and a cemetery.
This modern and crowded structure of today, despite its simple appearance, but its interior is well designed and has a history of ups and downs. There are many collections of mummified corpses in this church that make visiting it scary and unique. The limestone domed arches make the air inside the church dry and are an ideal place for drying and storage. The crypts of the church are full of soiled coffins and rough stones that frighten every spectator.
People who took part in the Crusades and shed blood and blood are also buried in this church, and do not forget to visit the grave and shrine of the 400-year-old nun.
8 - Church of Domo F. Cosenza, in Cosenza, Italy
Many places like this church in the old part of Italy are very old and no one knows the exact date of construction of this building. The church is located in the Calabria region of southern Italy and was one of the first structures in the region to be inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List due to its antiquity.
This house was dedicated as a church in 1184 AD and its main structure is much older. Over the past centuries, changes have been made in the architectural style of this church, which has added prominent and influential features to it.
This building is combined with adjacent buildings and seems to be hidden under them. There are several ancient cemeteries in the church, some of which are on public display, such as the ossuary of the first priest of the church.
9 - Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Guadalajara (capital of the state of Jalisco in western Mexico)
When the sun shines at a certain angle from the church, the old church bricks begin to glow with orange sky light. The exterior of the church is in the Spanish Renaissance style and its minarets are made in the Gothic style, which has created a romantic and terrifying atmosphere. The interior of the church is built with neo-Gothic arches and beautiful works of art from the late Middle Ages and modern times are engraved on the walls, which makes the atmosphere of the church look unusual and strange. The crypt of the church and the tomb and shrine of the bishop are one of the most important attractions of this church. Also, many mummified bodies are kept in the crypt, which frightens the viewers. One of these mummified bodies dates back to the 1700s and is the body of a child who was killed for converting to Catholicism.
10 - St. Thomas Anglican Church of Perry Schaff Mulgow, New South Wales, South East Australia
St. Thomas Church is one of the scariest churches in the world, designed in an amazing Gothic style. The church is located on a hill in a semi-rural area and has experienced stories of tragedy and tragedy in the past. According to legend, two young boys were burned at the stake in the church bell for a joke. Today, any light, even the light of a candle, hurts and upsets the souls of the two.
It is reported that the flashing lights turn on and off in this area and even the drivers of this route face strange and high lights which is a problem. There are many monuments around the cemetery that date back to the last 200 years and leave a scary and strange image of the church. Tourists who are not afraid of scary places can visit these unnatural attractions and experience a journey full of adventure.