Lawang Sewu


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Location: Semarang, Indonesia, Asia
Status: Still standing

History:

Lawang Sewu, which means “one thousand doors” in Indonesian, literally has 1,000 doors. Built during the 18th century and left over from the Netherlands Colonialism, it features Netherlands-style architecture. In addition to the terrifying sensation of getting lost in such a large building, there is also a paranormal element.

From the inside, there are several spirits lingering around, such as a headless man, a woman from Holland who hung herself in the doorway, and an unknown person who supplies mysterious screaming sounds.

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