Top 10 scariest places in Europe

1. City of Dead

In the village of Dargavs, Russia there is a necropolis called the “City of Dead”. This horrible place has 99 different tombs and crypts. Locals believe that the the place was created around the 12th century. The myths say that anyone who tries to enter the necropolis dies. Many tourists go to visit the place. but the locals always warn them about the stories connected with the City of Dead.

2. Catacombe dei Cappuccini



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In my opinion “Catacombe dei Cappuccini” is the creepiest place in the world. From all the places that I had been to, this one is the scariest one. Nowadays the place is open for tourists. You can see around 9000 mummified bodies that are hanging on the walls. The bodies are just everywhere! On top of all that, the biggest “attraction” is the body of a 2 year old girl called Rosalia Lombardo. People say that the girl died in 1920, but suprisingly the body is amazingly preserved and it looks … alive.

3. Hill of Crosses

According to the Vactican City and the pope, the Hill of Crosses is a holy place that is full with power and hope. According to many tourists tha place is really weird and creepy. Locals say that there are more than 100 000 crosses on this hill. Nobody has an idea what was the original idea of this place. Judge for yourself if you like the place.

4. Catacombs of Paris

The most popular place on this list are the “Catacombs of Paris”. It was established in 1738. Most people know about the terryfing catacombs under the gorgeous city of Paris. In the catacombs we can see the remainings of more than 6 million people. If this is not creepy and strange…..

5. Ghost Church

The St. George’ Church in Czech Republic is probably the creepiest church not only in Europe, but in the whole world. For a long period of time, the church was abandoned when the local artist Jakub Hadrava installed statues of ghosts around the church. Tell me what is your opinion…..

6. Sedlec Ossuary

Another “interesting” place in the Czech Republic is the Roman Catholic Chapel of Sedlec. The insides of the chapel are extremely weird. The place is home of the remains of more than 40 000 people. Locals call the place the Chapel of the Bones.

7. Capela dos Ossos

The Chapel of Bones in Evora, Portugal has the creepiest interior of all of the buildings that you had ever seen. The intertior of the chapel includes more than 5000 skeletons of people. For some people the place is holy, for other is not…

8. City of Pripyat

Nowadays Pripyat is a ghost city, situated in north Ukraine. The city was evacuated on April 27, 1986, when the Chernobyl nuclear disaster happened. Since that day the city has no inhabitants. There are plenty of myths about the creatures that are currently living in the city.

9. Old Jewish Cemetery

Another place that just proves how creepy Europe can be is the Old Jewsih Cemetery in Prague. Once again we are in the beautiful Czech Republic. Unfortunately the city has two faces and the Old Jewish Cemetery is part of the worse side of Prague. Jewish people were buried in here from the 15th century until 1786. There are thousands of gravestones around the cemetery. If you are a fan of creepy experiences, visit this place.

10. Hoia Forest

The Hoia Forest is one of the creepiest places in East Europe. Locals are telling plenty of paranormal stories about this forest. You can hear and see anything in this place. From UFO stories to creepy voices… Visitors report plenty of paranormal acitvities inside the forest.

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