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10 of the World's Biggest Unsolved Mysteries

USA - Area 51

This remote US Air Force facility in the state of Nevada is full of mysterious secrets! According to conspiracy theorists and UFO folklore, it is believed that the site served as a storage site for an alien vehicle that crashed to Earth.

Greece - Antikythera mechanism

It is believed that Greek scientists may have built this ancient computer-like device sometime between 150 BCE and 100 BCE, found in a 2000-year-old shipwreck off the coast of the Greek island of Antikythera.

Bermuda Triangle

This is a mysterious area where over the past 500 years, airplanes and ships have mysteriously disappeared. This is why it is called the Bermuda (or Devil's) Triangle.

Scotland - Loch Ness monster

Do you think a monster like Los Ness exists? Well, according to legends, it is a mythical aquatic creature that can be found in Scotland, while some experts believe that it is the larger animal that represents a line of dinosaurs.

England - Shugborough inscription

This 18th-century Shepherd monument in Staffordshire, England, looks like a normal monument from afar, but if one gets closer, they'll see a curious sequence of letters: DOUOSVAVVM—a code that's been unsolved all these years.

Italy - Shroud of Turin

It is a piece of linen cloth with an image of a man believed to be the Jesus of Nazareth burial shroud. According to records, it is kept in the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Turin, Italy.

England - Stonehenge

According to the records, the Neolithic builders worked for about 30 million hours to build this prehistoric monument. With largely straight stones, these formations consist mainly of sarsen and bluestone.

Pakistan - Mohenjo Daro

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, built around 2500 BC. It was one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, and one of the earliest cities in the world.