7 Facts About “Some” Places I Was Shocked To Know..

Ralf Kenji
2 min readMay 12, 2023


Here are 7 very interesting and fun facts about

“Some Places”..

The “triangle” Place

Just merely hearing about this place conjures up images of plane and ship crashes, the devils triangle is one of the places that science still cannot explain. But where is it? It exists in an area between Florida’s Fort Lauderdale, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Roughly cover’s around One Million square kilometers! This place hold’s the record for most disappearances ever occurred.

The “Great Wall Of China” Place

Contrary to popular belief, the Great Wall of China is not a single continuous wall. Instead, it is made up of several walls and fortifications built by different Chinese dynasties over a period of 2,000 years. Some parts of the wall have even disappeared entirely due to natural erosion and human destruction.

The “Sinking” Place

Venice will be the future Atlantis! Venice, Italy, is famous for its canals and stunning architecture. However, the city is slowly sinking at a rate of about 1–2 millimeters per year due to a combination of factors, including rising sea levels and the weight of the city’s buildings. If climate change start’s to become a real problem, it might sink completely in a couple hundred years.

The “City That Was Hidden By Lava” Place

The ancient city of Pompeii was preserved by a volcanic eruption. Pompeii, an ancient Roman city located near modern-day Naples, Italy, was buried in ash and pumice when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 CE. The city was preserved under layers of volcanic debris for over 1,500 years before being rediscovered in the 18th century.

The “Statue Army” Place

The famous Terracotta Army of Xi’an, China, was not discovered by archaeologists, but by farmers who were digging a well in 1974. It is estimated that the army of over 8,000 terracotta soldiers and horses was buried to protect the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang in the 3rd century BCE.

The “Peach Name” Place

Machu Picchu was built without wheels or draft animals. The ancient city of Machu Picchu, located in Peru, was built without the use of wheels or draft animals. Instead, the massive stones used to construct the city were transported by hand and placed in position with incredible precision.

The “City That Was Carved Out Of A Mountain” Place

The city of Petra was carved out of sandstone. The ancient city of Petra in Jordan was carved out of sandstone cliffs by the Nabataean people over 2,000 years ago (talk about dedication). The city is famous for its elaborate facades, including the iconic Treasury, which was featured in the movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.



Ralf Kenji

So... I play football,Im good with Cars and amazing at cooking (at least I think so). I'm in college but I Love Writing 🙂