World’s 5 Strangest Tourist Places That You Might Be Unaware Of

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The planet earth is full of eerie places. From mysterious things that occur with the natural phenomena, to weird streets and places. There is a lot of things to explore around this world. So here we have shared some strangest places in the world that are unique in their own way, and have a mysterious history behind them.

Bubblegum Alley

Now let’s start with Bubblegum Alley which is located in San Luis Obispo. It is a small alley that has hundreds of people over there. But the main attraction of this is a bubblegum alley that is always filled with new pieces of gum added hundreds of times a day. Lined with chewed gum this alley is 15-foot high and 70-foot long. Many people who visit here along with putting discarded gums, also leave notes behind. But if you visit there wanting to stick the gum and have forgotten to bring it. Then don’t worry you can get some from the machine outside the alley.

Bubblegum Alley

Island of Dolls

This Island is dedicated to the soul of a young girl. This place witness hundreds of decaying dolls all over the island. Although many visitors took the experience of this place, it’s something that is still strange to many people. This Island situated in Mexico also has a story behind it. We must say that though the place looks interesting but, it equally looks creepy as well.

Island of Dolls

Momofuku Ando instant ramemn museum

For all those who are big fans of noodles, must-visit this place once. Opened in 1999, it is basically a food education museum, where visitors can enjoy making ramen. The visit to this museum will let you know all about the history that led to the formation of this museum. It is also said that Momofuku Ando sent his instant noodles into space, too! In 2005. This place also has history and a great variety of his products. There are also multimedia devices and ofcourse small theater in the form of cup noodle. 

Momofuku Ando instant ramemn museum

Avanos Hair Museum

Avanos the world’s weirdest museums, made entirely of hair, This cave-like room filled with hair or, that have, locks of hair from more than 16,000 women from all around the world. Not just this but they also have notes alongside their names and contact information. It all started when a Turkish potter had to bid farewell to a very dear friend because she was moving away from Avanos. However, before the separation, his friend cut a lock of her hair for him to keep as a memento. Soon every woman who visited the shop offered him a lock of her hair as well. And now after 38 years later and the museum can witness the collection of different colored locks of hair, all donated to a man.

Avanos Hair Museum

The Catacombs

The Paris Catacombs contains an underground labyrinth that is over 200 miles in length. It is the word “catacomb” that comes from Latin. These tunnels in Paris are certainly true to this name, as it has the skeletal remains of over six million Parisians. You will be surprised to know that under the city of Paris, the capital of France, there are hundreds of miles of secret tunnels and passageways that may give you different experiences. These tunnels were first opened to the public in 1809, and later they became a very popular attraction for visitors who were from Paris, the rest of France, and abroad. 

The Catacombs

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