There are 22 off the beaten path places tagged memento mori:

The Bog body of Haraldskær Woman

Haraldsk√¶r Woman is a preserved bog body from 490 BC, which got discovered by farmers of Jutland in 1835 and believed to be the remains of Queen Gunhild of Norway. Due to this mistaken identity, the…
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Cele Kula - the Skull Tower of Nis

Cele Kula, the Skull Tower, with 952 skulls immured into its outer walls, is one of the most sinister monuments of the city of Nis.

Romeo and Juliet bridge in Sarajevo

Romeo and Juliet bridge in Sarajevo, also known as the Vrbanja bridge or Suada and Olga bridge is connected to the tragic events of the Siege of Sarajevo in 1992-96. Suada and Olga were the first…
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The disappearing Dilmun necropolis in Bahrain

Dilmun Burial Mounds are huge necropoleis spread around Bahrain, mostly found in the northern part, close to A'ali village. This area was considered the largest ancient cemetery in the world, having…
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The unresolved mystery of Mozart's skull

The International Mozarteum Foundation in Salzburg, Austria, is said to hold Mozart's skull. Supposedly, the skull was retrieved by one of the gravediggers 10 years after the burial. It has been 224…
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Bunce Island - the slave trade center of the African Rice Coast

Bunce Island in Sierra Leone is the most important historic site in Africa for the United States and for the rest of the world - it is the site of the former British slave trading castle, which tells…
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The Death Zone of Mount Everest

Everest has claimed the lives of nearly 200 people who lay on its slopes abandoned and marking the altitude for the ones who ruthlessly aim for the top.

Vintage wood-carved hearses, Argentina

These amazing hand carved funeral Cadillacs were discovered by accident in an antique barn in Argentina by Fernando Aguerra.

The moving coffins of Barbados

The mystery of the Chase vault and its moving coffins still remains unsolved and is of interest of many paranormal experts.
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