4 Mystery Doors Around the World That Can Never Be Opened! Know the Real Reason Behind It!

4 Mystery Doors Around the World That Can Never Be Opened! Know the Real Reason Behind It!

Knock knock! Anybody there? Knock knock! Open the door, please!

Wait, wait, wait. Don't open the door. Well, why?

The answer is simply because it is a mystery door. And the mystery of history is always contradictory.

Doors are made to open and close. But some doors of mystery always stay closed and should never be opened. Like the mystery spot, if someone visits at a prohibited time, they lose their life. Similarly, there are some doors that you should never open or else be ready to face the curse upon you.

Now, these are stories of the mystery of history, and no one knows which story is the authentic one. If you are curious to know about such mystery doors as well as open the doors of mystery spots, you are in the right place.

Here are 4 mystery doors that should never be opened. So let us dig the mystery of history or the "history of mystery doors," whichever suits you.

Taj Mahal

Location: Agara, India

Before you consider "Taj Mahal" as a mistake in this list of mystery doors, it should be clear that it is not the main door of the Taj Mahal we go through. Since we are finding the mystery of history, it should not slip your mind that the Taj Mahal itself is a mystery spot along with being a wonder.

Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his beloved wife, who died just after giving birth to their 14th child.

The architecture of the Taj Mahal is marvellous. It has to be the one, after all, and it is one of the seven wonders of the world. Coming to the main point, why shouldn't you open the door of the Taj Mahal?

There are numerous sealed rooms in the basement of the Taj Mahal, and no one is allowed to enter. There are many theories explaining the reason for not opening the door of these rooms.

One of the most widely accepted theories which make logical sense is a scientific one.

The sealed chambers are made up of marbles, which can transform into calcium carbonate if exposed to carbon dioxide. In reaction, the marble will deteriorate and crumble down; that is why the chambers are sealed and kept out of the public eye. If too much CO2 gets into the basement, the four towers that surround the