Bizarre and Strange Places in Europe

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Europe is the one place that is having most of the visitors each year from all over the world. If you like adventures and thrill here is something for you. Discover the most amazing places in Europe to visit.

The Caves of Moravia, Czech Republic

On the eastern side of Czech Republic, there are some thousands of years old caves.These caves are actually like underground cities.There entrances are tall and wide just like our modern expressway underpasses. As far as their length is concerned,they go on for miles and miles.To visit these caves you can have long walks and boats are also available underground. Some of these caves are  Punkevni,the Balcarka Cave, the Sloupsko-Sosuvske Cave, Catherine Cave and Javoricko Cave.

Janneke Pis, Brussels, Belgium

In the city of Brussels you will get to see these weird statues pissing in the public.Though it looks quite tacky but it is said that it is one of the classic Brussel’s experience. Manneken Pis is not the only statue here.There is another of a girl named Janneke Pis, doing the same. There is also a dog’s statue with a raised hind leg. What is the purpose of all this pissing thing I don’t know but it is definitely quite weird.

The Real World Image | Janneke Pis
Janneke Pis, Brussels, Belgium

Keyhole of Knights of Malta, Rome, Italy

It is a strange Roman wonder at the Knights of Malta. As you take a walk up there, there is a keyhole and looking into it, you would see beautiful green gardens ending up on the dome of Saint Peter’s Basilica. It is a really strange but also one of the must watch places in Europe.

The Real World Image | Keyhole of Knights
Keyhole of Knights of Malta, Rome, Italy

The Labyrinth of Buda Castle, Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is a travel destination place in Hungary. People don’t know much about it.There is a restaurant made for families. But what is strange about this place is that deep under this castle hill is a long and expanded series of caves that were once used to be as the store rooms or military shelters. There are conspiracies theories that it might be a tomb and burial place deep down.

The Real World Image |  Labyrinth of Buda
The Labyrinth of Buda Castle, Budapest, Hungary