Hidden Secrets Found In These Famous Places

Blog By fatema  |  05-04-19

These are the piece of arts that we can spot all around the world

Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

Many people have only heard about these that Eiffel tower has secretive rooms on the topmost floor, but they have never seen it. The designer made a special apartment which is fitted with a kitchen, bathroom, and two bedrooms. The important guest and leaders had already brightened this secretive room with their meeting room. Today, the small room serves as a museum with complete waxworks of Eiffel and Edison.


Monalisa

Monalisa

It has been said that this masterpiece also has an original version, which is also been painted by Da Vinci. According to the experts, they might have come to the conclusion that maybe Da Vinci's masterpiece has an earlier version so that he can continue to make it perfect.


Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore

In this famous sculpted monument, the sculptors have made a secret door inside a cliff’s face that can lead you to the big hall. A secret hall where fundamental records about the states could be safely kept for future generations. However, this plan didn’t work but they have made memories of various presidents placed inside the hall.


The Spinx of Giza

The Spinx of Giza

It is the oldest statue in the world made by the historians but it was said that the head of the monument doesn’t look like a human face. The experts believe that the historians may have carved a dog or lion face into a human face. Perhaps that explains the ruined portion of the monument that looks like a dog but with a man’s face.


Leaning Tower Of Pisa.

Leaning Tower Of Pisa.

Well, no one knows how to explain the great leaning tower history and who built it. Aside from that, the historian believes that the construction plan of both this monument was built in the same style.


Britain

Britain

No one knows who built the honour bell that is been known as big ben but strictly speaking the structure’s official name was changed accordingly and no one knows about it. Theory suggests that the nickname must be after a heavyweight boxing champion Benjamin count.


Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

Have you ever thought why the great golden bridge is in orange colour? well, the navy wanted it to paint black and white so that it can visible in the dark but the architecture was against it. He convinced them to paint it in dark orange and now the results look amazing.


Statue oF Liberty

Statue oF Liberty

This famous monument was gifted by the people of France to celebrate the American Revolution. But have you took a closer look in the statue that has broken the chain at the feet. This explains that the people are free from any kind bond and it symbolizes their freedom and democracy.









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