7 Secret Places Hidden in Famous Undiscovered Locations
Hidden undiscovered places, maybe underground? With millions of tourists visiting the likes of the Great Sphinx, Disney World and the Tower of London every year.....
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We all know the Egyptian Pyramids are packed with secret rooms, great treasures and angry mummies who want to chew your face off, but what many don't realise is that the Great Sphinx of Giza is also hiding a few secrets of its own.What most people refer to as the Tower of London isn't really a tower at all, it's a castle, and this iconic landmark has stood on the north bank of the River Thames for nearly a millennia. There are actually two secret places inside the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, but they both had very different purposes. As you might expect, the future summerhouse of President-elect Donald Trump has a fair few secret rooms which are accessible only by high-command and the President himself. Sadly, Mount Rushmore doesn't contain the secret headquarters of Team America like the movie told us, but it is home to a large titanium vault full of historical documents called the Hall of Records.Ever since German agents caused an explosion in the Statue of Liberty torch room back in 1916, the public has been prohibited from taking a stroll past Lady Liberty's pits to the area atop her outstretched arm. Ever heard of the tennis tournament that takes place beneath Grand Central Station?