For those who like to travel “for the benefit”, and believe in miracles, we have found 10 places around the world where you can make a wish and be sure that it will come true soon. As you know, the main thing is to believe!
- The House of the Virgin Mary in Ephesus – a place of pilgrimage for Christians.
Here is the spring, the water of which is considered to be healthful especially for those who have problems with health. Beside this spring there is here a wall where everyone can make a wish, placing a bundle of any cloth on the specially installed gratings. According to the legend, in this house held the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, who had spent the last years of her life on earth.
- Fountain of Leopold in Innsbruck.
To make a wish you should rather rub foot of bronze Poseidon stature, which stands in the center of the fountain, but be careful because you can slip there.
- Blarney Castle in Ireland.
Part of the stone of Scone, Scotland sacred relic, on which in ancient times the kings were crowned, This stone is built into the wall of the castle, and, as legend says, the one who kisses this stone – will gain the gift of eloquence.
- “Revolution Square” in Moscow.
They say if you want to pass exams you need to rub the nose of sleeve bronze dog. If you aren’t successful enough in study, you have to touch the feet of a student with a book – it helps to forget the unhappy love.
- The sculpture of John of Nepomuk on the Charles Bridge.
If you want all your plans were realized, it is necessary either to take with one hand John of Nepomuk and with the other dog on the reliefs of the bridge (you will easily recognize them due to its polished surface), or put your hand on the cross with five stars on a marble board and make a wish.
- Prime Meridian in London.
Being in Greenwich, you should stand on the zero meridian line (in another version to stand above it, with one leg in the western hemisphere and with the other – in the East) and make a wish.
- Seven Springs of Rhodes – one of the famous tourist destinations on the island.
- The Trevi Fountain in Rome – the largest fountain in Rome.
If you want to return to Rome you should throw one coin into the fountain, two coins – to get to know Italian, or even as much as three – to get married.
- Wailing Wall in Jerusalem.
It is the holiest place for the Jews. The custom of millions of people around the world is to put the notes between the stones of the Western Wall. You can write requests to bestow you health, wealth, salvation and success.
- Golden Gate – coastal rock arch forms in the volcanic massif Karadag in Crimea, on the Black Sea.
Previously known as the Golden Gate Sheytan Kapu (“damn gate”). It was believed that somewhere out there, among the rocks, is the entrance to the underworld. Now this rock is seen very positive. Pass through the arch of the Golden Gate on a small boat promises fulfillment of the most innermo