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17 Surreally Creepy Abandoned Places Around The World

Hotel de salto The hotel is situated in tequendma fall in Columbia. It was built in 1924 for the tourists but was closed in Some people told that it was haunted and some of the people say the water was much polluted.

CASTLES OF SPAIN - El castillo de San Vicente, en Argüeso, al sur de Cantabria. Con anterioridad al castillo hubo una ermita (S. IX) bajo la advocación de San Vicente, así como una necrópolis medieval de los siglos IX y X. Las dos torres se alzaron durante los siglos XIII y XIV. Pertenecía a la Casa de la Vega, y en el siglo siguiente, por el matrimonio de doña Leonor de la Vega con Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, pasó al señorío de los Mendoza. En 1475 se creó el marquesado de Argüeso.

Lucca, Ilaria Del Carretto. The face of Ilaria del Carretto from her tomb, sculpted by Jacopo della Quercia. Ilaria del Carretto (1379 – 8 December 1405) was an Italian noblewoman and the second wife of Paolo Guinigi, the lord of Lucca from 1400 to 1430. She died in Lucca at the age of twenty-six after giving birth to her daughter. Her marble sarcophagus is now located in the Cathedral of San Martino in Lucca. She reclines peacefully with a dog, symbol of fidelity, at her feet.

Pope Francisco visited the tomb of St. Peter, on the afternoon of Monday (01/04), located in the excavations of the necropolis under the Vatican Basilica of St. Peter and the tombs of the Popes. The Holy Father was accompanied by Archpriest of St. Peter’s Basilica, Cardinal Angelo Comastri, the delegate of the Fabric of St. Peter, Don Vittorio Lanzani, and those responsible for the Vatican necropolis, Pietro Zander and Mario Bosco.