#8. Castel Sant’Angelo
The cylindrical building is situated in Italy and also known as Mausoleum of Hadrian. Built by Roman Emperor Hadrian for himself and his family, it was once the tallest building in Rome. It is now a museum.
#9. Catacombs of Paris
Also known as The Empire of the Dead, these are miles long underground catacombs in Paris that hold the bones of about 6 million Parisians. Due to the overcrowding of cemeteries and risks of infection and diseases, the remains of the dead were exhumed and transferred here which are now stacked over each other.
#10. Tomb KV7 (Tomb of Ramses)
The Great Ramses who are considered to one of the greatest Egyptian Pharaohs are buried at Tomb KV7. covering over 8,800 square feet of area, their tomb was filled with treasures even greater than that in Tutankhamun’s tomb. But unfortunately, it was looted.