4 secrets of famous locations which are hidden to people

The World is covered with several bizarre and unusual things and today we have brought some of them.

Well, here are the 4 hidden secrets of the famous locations:

#1 Completely Empty building at Times Square – Initially the building belonged to New York Times, but they moved in 1912 and the owner of the building went bankrupt hence sold it to Lehman Brothers. Instead of renovating it, Lehman Brother decided to keep it empty and covered with ad boards.

#2 Abandoned Terminal at JFK Airport – One of the busiest airport in the world, but a terminal is left abandoned there. The reason is still unclear.

#3 Hidden Suite at the top of Eiffel Tower – Not open to people but the suite belonged to the creator of Eiffel Tower, Gustave Eiffel.

#4 Hidden Train Platform at Grand Central Station – It was made for the VVIPs but later it got discontinued.


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