Some psychologists claim that the fact that we see a rich picture and detailed the world is only an illusion. Because, if it is not interesting, we don’t pay attention. At any time, we are aware of only a small part of what surrounds us in that moment and we don’t realize what is hidden to our consciousness. The refrigerator light always appears to be on because, when it is dark, we are not looking at.
We in Great.guru we have decided to shed a new light on the places that we could have past it dozens of times, but we have never known exactly where to look for more details.
1. The club secret of Disneyland 33
In the heart of the section of New Orleans Square in Disneyland there is a restaurant exclusive ultra secret: the Club 33. Walt Disney needed a place to entertain their visitors, donors, celebrities and politicians. Unfortunately, it was officially opened in may of 1967, a few months after his death. There is a long waiting list to pay the registration fee of 25000 USD, and the annual membership dues of us $ 10 000 per year to become one of its members.
2. Private apartment of Gustav Eiffel
The construction of the Eiffel Tower finished in 1889 and it soon came out that the designer Gustav Eiffel had not forgotten himself and had built a small apartment near the top of the world. Many of the high parisian society had tried to rent out his cozy nest in the sky, but Eiffel’s rejection of all. I preferred to use it for reflection and to entertain their prestigious guests such as Thomas Edison. Today, the department is on display for visitors to see.
3. Lane 61 of the Grand Central Terminal of New York
Deep in the ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel there is a terminal secret dating back to the 1930s. Built along with the rest of the Grand Central Terminal, track 61 had a special purpose, was to allow president Franklin Delano Roosevelt will come unnoticed to anyone saw him in the wheelchair to which polio had forced him to need it. Although it is difficult to confirm. The track 61 is supposedly still in use as an escape secret for presidents and celebrities who visit the city.
4. The balcony on the 103rd floor of the Empire State building
Tourists usually visit the observation deck on the 86th floor of the Empire State building. The more enthusiasts take the elevator to the 102nd floor to see the views from the back of the resistant windows. But few of them know that there is another cover, a secret in the floor 103. Is reserved only for those who know it and the majority of your visitors are celebrities fearless.
5. Secret chamber of the National Library of India
The history of the building of the National Library dates back to the days of the Raj. That is why the archaeologists were very excited to discover a room mysterious in the building with a 250-year-old. A room that no one knew and no one could enter because they had no doors, windows or even secret entrances.
The scientists thought it might be a torture chamber or perhaps kept unimaginable treasures. But they were all wrong and a bit disappointed: it turned out to be a block full of mud, which purpose remains a mystery.
6. Remarkable secret location in Times Square
Not all of the secret places are invisible. Sometimes we look all the time. The famous building of Times Square, where the ball of Old Night falls every year, it retains its small mystery of this way. Or in reality, does not save anything. Surprisingly, it is empty.
Walgreens rent the first 3 floors. The upper floors are occupied by the management team of production of One Times Square for New Year’s eve. But in the middle, there’s not much more. Which is pretty mysterious in a central place like that.
7. The tennis club at Grand Central Terminal
Another secret of the Grand Central Terminal that has been hidden since the 1960s is that it contains some tracks are exclusive tennis at the highest levels. Opened to the public once, but then, in 1984, Donald Trump took over and decided to turn it into a private Club where celebrities and other wealthy individuals could play tennis. In 2009, the Club Vanderbilt was shut down completely to create a room of complete service to the employees of the Metro North railroad. In 2011, they have built new tracks, and the Club Vanderbilt Tennis was transferred to the newly built 4th floor.
8. The buried remains of old streets under London
At the intersection of Charring Cross Road and the streets of Old Compton in Soho, there is a traffic island. If you stop to look at the metal grille in the floor, you’ll see 2 names of streets of victorian mosaic on the wall and under the earth, and cast it out to a remnant of the forgotten of the old London, a small part of a long-lost path, the street, Little Compton.
At that time, the street level was much lower and had a public house called the Coach and Horses on the corner of Soho. In 1896, the street level rose and eventually built a block of offices on the site of the street of Little Compton, leaving it forgotten in the past.
9. Dance hall in the Street Station Flinders
In the last floor of the railway station, busiest in Australia, there is a beautiful ballroom left. The space occupied by the ballroom was originally the lecture hall of the Institute, Victorian Railways. Later, in the decades of 1950 and 1960, was a place for dancing in public that would close the room until the dancers could take the last train home.
10. The colossus of the Apennines
This giant statue half-man, half-mountain was built in the late 16th century in Italy and really has a secret what to hide. There are several rooms inside that once they did come back to life. The monster, in his left hand was popping water of an underground stream. And also rumour has it that the space in your head housed a fireplace, so that, when it was lit, smoke coming out of his nose.
Do you know some mysterious place that we may not have noticed, and have you been dazzled by the beauty of famous places? Share with us in the comments below.
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