পৃথিবীজুড়ে পরিচিত ভৌতিক সব স্থান।  পৃথিবীজুড়ে পরিচিত ভৌতিক সব স্থান।

পৃথিবীজুড়ে পরিচিত ভৌতিক সব স্থান।

আমাদের আসে পাশে আমন কোন মানুষ পাওয়া যাবেনা যার ভৌতিক গল্পের সাথে পরিচিত নয়। ছোট বেলা থেকে দাদা দাদু দের কাছ থেকে ভূতের গল্প শুনে বড় হওয়া। গল্পের বই জুড়ে ভূতের গল্পের ছরা ছড়ি। সিনেমাতেও তাই। চলুন আজকে আমরা জেনে নেই পৃথিবী জুড়ে পরিচিত ভৌতিক কিছু স্থান সম্পর্কে

১। স্লোভাকিয়ার দুর্গ

PHOTOGRAPH BY VERA KAILOVA, ALAMY STOCK PHOTO AOKIGAHARA FOREST, JAPAN Long associated with the ghosts of the dead in Japanese literature and folklore, this forest on hardened lava became known in recent years as “the suicide forest.” Signs at some trailheads now advertise help-line information to hikers. [See beautiful photos of Japan's festival of the dead.] PHOTOGRAPH BY PIETER TEN HOOPEN, REDUX DOOR TO HELL, TURKMENISTAN To the untrained onlooker, this gaping earthen maw filled with flames could easily appear to be a portal to the underworld. Though the origins of the pit are unclear, it was intentionally set ablaze by scientists to burn off noxious gases emanating from its core. [Find more unexpected sites in Central Asia.] PHOTOGRAPH BY GILES CLARKE, GETTY IMAGES CAPUCHIN CATACOMB, ITALY Mummies of more than 2,000 individuals lie within the catacombs of this Sicilian monastery, many dressed to reflect the station they held in life. Initially reserved exclusively for the burial of religious officials, it was later expanded to include noblemen and the families of wealthy benefactors—like the young Rosalia Lombardo, called the “Sleeping Beauty” for her impeccably-preserved remains. PHOTOGRAPH BY RUTH FREMSON, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX CHARLEVILLE CASTLE, IRELAND This destination’s stunning architecture belies its true nature. Widely believed to be one of the most haunted locations in Europe, many apparitions are said to reside within its walls–most notably the spirit of a young girl named Harriet, who met a tragic end in an accident on one of the castle’s main staircases. PHOTOGRAPH BY CHRISTOPHER HILL, ALAMY STOCK PHOTO CHERNOBYL EXCLUSION ZONE, UKRAINE The site of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history, the deserted neighborhoods within Chernobyl’s exclusion zone offer an eerie look at life interrupted. Though low levels of radiation allow travelers to visit the site on sanctioned routes, the majority of the exclusion zone remains off-limits, reclaimed by nature. [See photos taken on illegal visits to Chernobyl’s dead zone.] PHOTOGRAPH BY GERD LUDWIG, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE CASTLE OF GOOD HOPE, SOUTH AFRICA Once the seat of government and military operations, this pentagonal fortress built by Dutch colonists in the 17th century also saw gruesome punishments and executions, prompting many reports of ghost-sightings today. PHOTOGRAPH BY GERALD HAENEL, LAIF/REDUX DOLL TOWN, JAPAN After the town’s population dwindled to a mere 35, local artist Tsukimi Ayano began creating lifelike figures to replace villagers who had since died or moved away. Now the more than 350 dolls that inhabit Nagoro have become a unique attraction for travelers with a penchant for the uncanny. PHOTOGRAPH BY CARL COURT, GETTY IMAGES SEDLEC OSSUARY, CZECH REPUBLIC Among the Czech Republic’s most visited sites, the Sedlec Ossuary contains the skeletons of as many as 70,000 people, many pieces of which have been used to artfully decorate the interior of the structure. [Visit this creepy bone church.] PHOTOGRAPH BY PETER HIRTH, LAIF/REDUX CENTRALIA, UNITED STATES This Pennsylvania borough was transformed effectively into a modern-day ghost town following an underground coal mine fire that has been burning since the 1960s. Abandoned homes and crumbling roadways spewing billows of smoke only add to the eerie ambience of a once peaceful destination. [Discover more ghost towns to visit.] PHOTOGRAPH BY SALLY MONTANA, REDUX LIZZIE BORDEN HOUSE, UNITED STATES In August of 1892, Andrew and Abby Borden were found murdered at this house in Massachusetts. Though their daughter Lizzie was considered the prime suspect, she was later acquitted and no one was ever charged in their deaths. The site operates to this day as a bed & breakfast, in which iron-willed guests may choose to sleep in the same rooms where the Bordens took their final breaths. PHOTOGRAPH BY JONATHAN WIGGS, THE BOSTON GLOBE/GETTY IMAGES HILL OF CROSSES, LITHUANIA Though the origins of the site are a mystery, thousands of crosses and other religious icons have been placed on the hillside over the course of nearly two centuries. [Read more about the history of this unique place.] PHOTOGRAPH BY TOBIAS GERBER, LAIF/REDUX POVEGLIA, ITALY Used for over a century to quarantine victims of plague and other illnesses, Poveglia was later home to a psychiatric hospital. Since its closure in 1968 the Italian island has remained uninhabited—save for the alleged ghosts of the tormented souls who once called it home. [See other abandoned villages in Italy.] PHOTOGRAPH BY MARCO DI LAURO, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY, UNITED STATES Closed in 1971, the stark cells and dilapidated corridors of this infamous prison in Pennsylvania have been widely considered to be among the most haunted places in the United States. Embracing its reputation, the penitentiary now transforms into a haunted house each fall. PHOTOGRAPH BY TIM SHAFFER, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX DADIPARK, BELGIUM The oldest amusement park in Europe, Dadipark was closed in the early 2000s due to a series of complaints about the safety of its rides. Unable to raise the funds to reopen, the park was ultimately left to be reclaimed by nature until its demolition in 2012. PHOTOGRAPH BY AGENCE VU, REDUX MORGAN HOUSE, INDIA Allegedly haunted by the former lady of the house, this British colonial mansion is now maintained as a hotel open to brave travelers in India’s Kalimpong region. PHOTOGRAPH BY DIPTENDU DUTTA, AFP/GETTY IMAGES HANGING COFFINS, PHILIPPINES Intending to bring the deceased closer to heaven, members of the Igorot tribe in the mountain province of Sagada suspend the coffins of their dead from cliffsides. [Learn about more of the world's cemeteries.] PHOTOGRAPH BY TONY WALTHAM, ROBERT HARDING/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE ISLAND OF DOLLS, MEXICO Discarded dolls in various stages of deterioration hang from trees across this island in Mexico’s Lake Xochimilco. Originally hung to ward off the spirit of a drowned child, the dolls have since become a popular attraction for travelers brave enough to make the journey. [Read about the world's oldest doll hospital.] PHOTOGRAPH BY SEBASTIAN PEREZ LIRA, BARCROFT IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES HIGHGATE CEMETERY, ENGLAND The highlight of this Victorian and Egyptian-influenced cemetery remains the overgrown West Cemetery–only accessible by guided tour–where a maze of paths lead to a circular ring of tombs topped by an imposing cedar tree. PHOTOGRAPH BY CHARLIE HARDING, ROBERT HARDING/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE PARIS CATACOMBS, FRANCE Created to alleviate the burden of the city’s overflowing cemeteries, the bones of more than six million people now lie in the cavernous tunnels beneath the French capital. Many of these remains have been stacked into elaborate patterns throughout the catacombs, visible to travelers wishing to explore the Parisian underworld. PHOTOGRAPH BY STEPHEN ALVARE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE PORT ARTHUR, AUSTRALIA Abandoned as a prison in 1877, Port Arthur sits on the scenic Tasman Peninsula with a chapel, guard tower, and mass graves of former felons serving as a reminder of the country's dark past as a British Empire prison colony. [Here are more prisons open to visitors.] PHOTOGRAPH BY MATTHEW ABBOTT, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX STANLEY HOTEL, UNITED STATES The inspiration for Stephen King’s classic horror novel, The Shining, this 142-room hotel in Colorado's Estes Park has gained a reputation for the paranormal. Brave travelers wishing to spend a night may also seek to take part in one of the hotel’s guided tours, which frequent spaces said to be especially saturated in supernatural activity. [Discover other haunted destinations in the United States.] PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD NOWITZ, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE VALLEY OF THE KINGS, EGYPT Long the burial place of Egypt’s highest nobility, at least 63 tombs have been identified throughout the valley—including that of King Tut. The untimely deaths of several of Tut’s discoverers have been attributed by some to the Pharaoh’s Curse. [Discover this temple for the Egyptian Queen Who Ruled as King.] PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE TOWER OF LONDON, ENGLAND One of London’s most notable historic sites, this former palace long used as the city’s most notorious prison and was the site of many executions—including two of Henry VII’s wives. To this day, visitors report sightings of numerous spirits continuing to inhabit the tower’s halls. PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD NOWITZ, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE SALEM, UNITED ST

 

২। অক্জগহর ফরেস্ট, জাপান

 REDUX

REDUX

জাপানের এই বনে মানুষ আত্মহত্যা করে, ফলে পৃথিবী জুড়ে বিখ্যাত।

৩। তুর্কমেনিস্তান দরজা

PHOTOGRAPH BY GILES CLARKE, GETTY IMAGES CAPUCHIN CATACOMB, ITALY Mummies of more than 2,000 individuals lie within the catacombs of this Sicilian monastery, many dressed to reflect the station they held in life. Initially reserved exclusively for the burial of religious officials, it was later expanded to include noblemen and the families of wealthy benefactors—like the young Rosalia Lombardo, called the “Sleeping Beauty” for her impeccably-preserved remains. PHOTOGRAPH BY RUTH FREMSON, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX CHARLEVILLE CASTLE, IRELAND This destination’s stunning architecture belies its true nature. Widely believed to be one of the most haunted locations in Europe, many apparitions are said to reside within its walls–most notably the spirit of a young girl named Harriet, who met a tragic end in an accident on one of the castle’s main staircases. PHOTOGRAPH BY CHRISTOPHER HILL, ALAMY STOCK PHOTO CHERNOBYL EXCLUSION ZONE, UKRAINE The site of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history, the deserted neighborhoods within Chernobyl’s exclusion zone offer an eerie look at life interrupted. Though low levels of radiation allow travelers to visit the site on sanctioned routes, the majority of the exclusion zone remains off-limits, reclaimed by nature. [See photos taken on illegal visits to Chernobyl’s dead zone.] PHOTOGRAPH BY GERD LUDWIG, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE CASTLE OF GOOD HOPE, SOUTH AFRICA Once the seat of government and military operations, this pentagonal fortress built by Dutch colonists in the 17th century also saw gruesome punishments and executions, prompting many reports of ghost-sightings today. PHOTOGRAPH BY GERALD HAENEL, LAIF/REDUX DOLL TOWN, JAPAN After the town’s population dwindled to a mere 35, local artist Tsukimi Ayano began creating lifelike figures to replace villagers who had since died or moved away. Now the more than 350 dolls that inhabit Nagoro have become a unique attraction for travelers with a penchant for the uncanny. PHOTOGRAPH BY CARL COURT, GETTY IMAGES SEDLEC OSSUARY, CZECH REPUBLIC Among the Czech Republic’s most visited sites, the Sedlec Ossuary contains the skeletons of as many as 70,000 people, many pieces of which have been used to artfully decorate the interior of the structure. [Visit this creepy bone church.] PHOTOGRAPH BY PETER HIRTH, LAIF/REDUX CENTRALIA, UNITED STATES This Pennsylvania borough was transformed effectively into a modern-day ghost town following an underground coal mine fire that has been burning since the 1960s. Abandoned homes and crumbling roadways spewing billows of smoke only add to the eerie ambience of a once peaceful destination. [Discover more ghost towns to visit.] PHOTOGRAPH BY SALLY MONTANA, REDUX LIZZIE BORDEN HOUSE, UNITED STATES In August of 1892, Andrew and Abby Borden were found murdered at this house in Massachusetts. Though their daughter Lizzie was considered the prime suspect, she was later acquitted and no one was ever charged in their deaths. The site operates to this day as a bed & breakfast, in which iron-willed guests may choose to sleep in the same rooms where the Bordens took their final breaths. PHOTOGRAPH BY JONATHAN WIGGS, THE BOSTON GLOBE/GETTY IMAGES HILL OF CROSSES, LITHUANIA Though the origins of the site are a mystery, thousands of crosses and other religious icons have been placed on the hillside over the course of nearly two centuries. [Read more about the history of this unique place.] PHOTOGRAPH BY TOBIAS GERBER, LAIF/REDUX POVEGLIA, ITALY Used for over a century to quarantine victims of plague and other illnesses, Poveglia was later home to a psychiatric hospital. Since its closure in 1968 the Italian island has remained uninhabited—save for the alleged ghosts of the tormented souls who once called it home. [See other abandoned villages in Italy.] PHOTOGRAPH BY MARCO DI LAURO, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY, UNITED STATES Closed in 1971, the stark cells and dilapidated corridors of this infamous prison in Pennsylvania have been widely considered to be among the most haunted places in the United States. Embracing its reputation, the penitentiary now transforms into a haunted house each fall. PHOTOGRAPH BY TIM SHAFFER, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX DADIPARK, BELGIUM The oldest amusement park in Europe, Dadipark was closed in the early 2000s due to a series of complaints about the safety of its rides. Unable to raise the funds to reopen, the park was ultimately left to be reclaimed by nature until its demolition in 2012. PHOTOGRAPH BY AGENCE VU, REDUX MORGAN HOUSE, INDIA Allegedly haunted by the former lady of the house, this British colonial mansion is now maintained as a hotel open to brave travelers in India’s Kalimpong region. PHOTOGRAPH BY DIPTENDU DUTTA, AFP/GETTY IMAGES HANGING COFFINS, PHILIPPINES Intending to bring the deceased closer to heaven, members of the Igorot tribe in the mountain province of Sagada suspend the coffins of their dead from cliffsides. [Learn about more of the world's cemeteries.] PHOTOGRAPH BY TONY WALTHAM, ROBERT HARDING/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE ISLAND OF DOLLS, MEXICO Discarded dolls in various stages of deterioration hang from trees across this island in Mexico’s Lake Xochimilco. Originally hung to ward off the spirit of a drowned child, the dolls have since become a popular attraction for travelers brave enough to make the journey. [Read about the world's oldest doll hospital.] PHOTOGRAPH BY SEBASTIAN PEREZ LIRA, BARCROFT IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES HIGHGATE CEMETERY, ENGLAND The highlight of this Victorian and Egyptian-influenced cemetery remains the overgrown West Cemetery–only accessible by guided tour–where a maze of paths lead to a circular ring of tombs topped by an imposing cedar tree. PHOTOGRAPH BY CHARLIE HARDING, ROBERT HARDING/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE PARIS CATACOMBS, FRANCE Created to alleviate the burden of the city’s overflowing cemeteries, the bones of more than six million people now lie in the cavernous tunnels beneath the French capital. Many of these remains have been stacked into elaborate patterns throughout the catacombs, visible to travelers wishing to explore the Parisian underworld. PHOTOGRAPH BY STEPHEN ALVARE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE PORT ARTHUR, AUSTRALIA Abandoned as a prison in 1877, Port Arthur sits on the scenic Tasman Peninsula with a chapel, guard tower, and mass graves of former felons serving as a reminder of the country's dark past as a British Empire prison colony. [Here are more prisons open to visitors.] PHOTOGRAPH BY MATTHEW ABBOTT, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX STANLEY HOTEL, UNITED STATES The inspiration for Stephen King’s classic horror novel, The Shining, this 142-room hotel in Colorado's Estes Park has gained a reputation for the paranormal. Brave travelers wishing to spend a night may also seek to take part in one of the hotel’s guided tours, which frequent spaces said to be especially saturated in supernatural activity. [Discover other haunted destinations in the United States.] PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD NOWITZ, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE VALLEY OF THE KINGS, EGYPT Long the burial place of Egypt’s highest nobility, at least 63 tombs have been identified throughout the valley—including that of King Tut. The untimely deaths of several of Tut’s discoverers have been attributed by some to the Pharaoh’s Curse. [Discover this temple for the Egyptian Queen Who Ruled as King.] PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE TOWER OF LONDON, ENGLAND One of London’s most notable historic sites, this former palace long used as the city’s most notorious prison and was the site of many executions—including two of Henry VII’s wives. To this day, visitors report sightings of numerous spirits continuing to inhabit the tower’s halls. PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD NOWITZ, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE SALEM, UNITED STATES

 

তুর্কমেনিস্তান এটি একটি ভৌতিক স্থান, কারণ এর ভেতর থেকে ক্রামাগত ক্ষতিকর গ্যাস নির্গত হয়।

৪। কপুচিয়ান সমাধি , ইতালি।

THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX

THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX

এই সমাধিতে প্রায় ২০০০ এর অধিক মৃত দেহ সমাধিত করা হয়। এখানে সমাধি দেওয়া বিধান রাষ্টীও ভাবে নির্ধারিত । যা ভৌতিক স্থান হিসেবে পরিচিত।

৫। আয়ারল্যান্ড এর দূর্গ।

 

এই দুর্গ ইউরোপ এর সবচেয়ে ভৌতিক স্থান। এর কারণ হলো এর নির্মান শৌলী। পরবর্তীতে একটি বাচ্চার করুণ মৃতুতে আর বেশি পরিচিতি পায়

৬। এটা সেই বিখ্যাত চেরনোবিল, যেখানে পারমানবিক বিস্ফোরণ ঘটেছে।

পারমানবিক বিস্ফোরণ ঘটার কারণে এখানে সাধারনের প্রবেশ সংরক্ষিত। ফলে এটা ভৌতিক স্থানে পরিনত হয়।

৭। দক্ষিণ আফ্রিকার দূর্গ।

এটাকে বলা হয় ভালো আশার দুর্গ। কিন্তু তা পরিচিত ভৌতক স্থান হিসেবে।

৭। জাপানের পুতুল শহর।

কোন এক অদ্ভুত কারণে এই শহরের জনসংখ্যা ৩৫ এ নেমে আসলে একজন শিল্পী এখানে মৃত মানুষদের আদলে পুতুল তিরী করে । এখন পর্যন্ত ৩৫০ টি পুতুল জমা হয়েছে।

      ৮। যুক্তরাজ্য, পরিত্যক্ত জেলখানা          

পরিত্যক্ত জায়গায় ভূত বাসা বাধে তার প্রমাণ এই কারাগার। দেখে আসুন আগ্রহ থাকলে।

৯।  লিথুয়ানিয়া পাহাড়

LAIF/REDUX 

LAIF/REDUX

এখানে হাজার হাজার ক্রুশ এবং অন্য ধর্মের বহু সমাধি রয়েছে। একই স্থানে একই সাথে এত ভিন্ন ভিন্ন সমাধি সকলের নিকট রহস্য।

১০। উচ্চ প্রবেশদার কবরস্থান , ইংল্যান্ড

 

মিশরের অনুরুপ একটি সমাধি তৈরী করে ইংল্যান্ড, যা এখন ভৌতিক স্থানে পরিণত হয়েছে।

১২। ফরাসি সমাধি , ফ্রান্স।

এখানে প্রায় ৬ মিলিয়ন মানুষের হাড় রয়েছে। এটা শুনে গা শির শির করছে আপনার?

১৩।আর্থার দুর্গ অস্ট্রেলিয়া

THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX

THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX

এক সময় এটা জেলখানা ছিল। এখন অন্যতম ভৌতিক স্থান।

১৪। সেলিম দুর্গ ,যুক্তরাষ্ট্র

 PHOTOGRAPH BY DEAGOSTINI, GETTY IMAGES

PHOTOGRAPH BY DEAGOSTINI, GETTY IMAGES

যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের এই স্থানটি তাদের কাছে সবচেয়ে বেশি পরিচিত ভৌতিক স্থান।যা দেখতেও সুন্দর।

১৫। রাজাদের সমাধি , মিশর।

PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE

PHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT CLARK, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE

মিসরীয়রা মৃতদের কে ভিন্ন উপায়ে সমাহিত করে। এইস্থানে প্রায় ৫৬ টি কবর রয়েছে। যা ভৌতিক স্থান হিসেবে পরিচিত।

১৬। পুতুলের দ্বীপ,মেক্সিকো।

PHOTOGRAPH BY SEBASTIAN PEREZ LIRA, BARCROFT IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES

PHOTOGRAPH BY SEBASTIAN PEREZ LIRA, BARCROFT IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES

মৃত শিশুদের স্মরণে এখানে পুতুল গাছে ঝুলিয়ে রাখা হয়। সময় হলে একবার ঘুরে আসতে পারেন।



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