6 Creepiest Catacombs Not for the Claustrophobic


6 Creepiest Catacombs Not for the Claustrophobic

These catacombs are all dark, narrow, located entirely underground, and probably full of skeletons; we hope you enjoy your visit

Here at The Daily Meal, we delve into a lot of details and evaluations of cuisine, restaurants, and travel destinations around the world, but here’s an article that’s much more straightforward: examining all the creepy catacombs of the world.

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In case you are unaware, catacombs are defined as human-made subterranean passageways usually built hundreds or thousands of years ago for burial or religious purposes. Some are located under certain buildings, while others stretch across entire cities.

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It’s important to note here that the entries in this list aren’t necessarily the largest or oldest or most famous catacombs, but instead ones that are considered especially creepy for visitors or archaeologists who have seen the interiors. Of course, creepiness is a subjective term, but it’s hard to deny that these places are downright eerie. Where applicable, we’ve stated which sites are open for tours, so feel free to go see for yourself!