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There are 7 off the beaten path places tagged mummies:

The mummies of Dr. Knoche

August Gottfried Knoche was a German doctor who invented a mysterious mummification elixir and when he knew he would be dead soon, had his nurse inject him with it to become a mummy himself. To this…

Hungarian Vác mummies

265 mummies were accidentally discovered during the renovation of the Dominican church of the town Vác in Hungary. Due to the microclimate of the underground vaults, dead bodies got exceptionally…

The Bog body of Haraldskær Woman

Haraldskær 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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The Temple of Buddha's Tooth in Kandy

The Temple of the Tooth in Kandy, Sri Lanka, houses Buddha's canine tooth since 371 AD. The tooth is kept in seven jeweled caskets, resting on a throne upon a lotus in a shrine fronted by elephant…

Saint Maria Adelaide chapel

Saint Maria Adelaide's remains in Arcozelo are believed to possess healing power - people come there every day to ask her for help them and their loved ones.

City of the Dead, Cairo

The City of the Dead in Cairo is an unforgettable experience - it has people living inside the tombs, mausoleums and crypts.

Kabayan fire mummies

Kabayan mummies, a.k.a. Ibaloi or Benguet mummies in Philippines are a rare site to see. They are unique because of the mummification through fire process Ibaloi people used.