Ancient Egyptian Underground Labyrinth of 1,500 Rooms, Still Remains Secret Today! | Ancient Discoveries

Ancient Egyptian Underground Labyrinth of 1,500 Rooms, Still Remains Secret Today!

When talking about the labyrinth, the most common concept is that of the famous palace from Knossos belonging to king Minos of Crete, built by the legendary Daedalus, who escaped from captivity together with his son Icarus by making themselves wax wings. Archaeologists named the palace „labyrinth“ because the building had 1,500 rooms connected through twisted corridors, contorted stairs, fake outdoors and reception halls, where the visitor could get lost easily. The stories connected with the labyrinth continue to fascinate many with tales of giant serpents, spiritual forces and hidden treasures. All content on this channel is licensed, and or produced by Zohar Entertainment Group/Awakening Expo/Phenomena Magazine



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