SK, Mysterious Places in Slovakia
Slovakia offers a whole lot of mysteries. It was not a coincidence that the book "Mysterious Places" was published, which deals with mysterious phenomena, events or personalities in all regions of Slovakia. The author of the publication (Ján Lacik) wants to introduce to readers various natural phenomena that are beyond understanding or he deals with controversial historical topics.
Distant and Recent Past
Many mysteries send us to a distant past, but also events that have just become so recent are surprising. Such as the death of Stefanik or the lost of Oscar award Obchod na korze movie. A group of other mysteries is of a spiritual nature and you can find them in pilgrimage places. These are the places of revelation of the Virgin Mary, miraculous healings, and other evidence of divine mercy.
Natural Sightings and Phenomenna
Do you know where you find stone balls or extinct volcanoes? In this "mysterious" guide around Slovakia you will discover special and unique natural phenomena and phenomena such as bizarre gorges, sandy marshes, caves or traces of extinct phenomena such as the sea.
Paranormal Phenomenna and Ghosts?
There are also paranormal phenomena in Slovakia, employing a growing number of mysticologists. These include mysterious crop circles, mysterious caves or mysterious rock signs. Here, there has been evidence of mysterious creatures and beings like vampires, spirits, poltergeists, white ladies, black knights, witches, and dragons. Thanks to the book, you will be introduced to fairy tale characters such as the White Lady in Bratislava and the witch of Babi Mountain.
The Slovak mysteries is really many and interesting, so go and explore them. Even without greater ambition to reveal and clarify, you can experience the wonderful ticking of mind and fantasy and enjoy the beauty of Slovakia.
Mysterious Places are available at bookstores all over Slovakia, but you can also win it. Just by sending us a tip to the mysterious place you visited by email to 4gsyQOQa9~Bq2~6_Tlx no later than August 5, 2018. Winners will be announced on our social networks.
GPS: (Ondrejsky Cemetery, Bratislava) 48°08'53.3"N 17°07'21.4"E
Source and photos: DAJAMA archives
Edited by: Infoglobe
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