Maybe In Deàth, It Is The Rich That Really Rests In Peace: Look At The Top 5 Richest Graves In The World

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It is very common to hear people talk about death being an equalling event. They claim that whether you’re rich or poor, the grave respects no man and the the same way you a poor man dies and decays, so does a rich man. It is said that death is leveller – an inevitable phenomenon that reduces all mortals to the same level

This can’t be far from the truth because despite the fact that every one who dies undergo the same decomposition process, some people who were well to do or rich before they die get treated better than others.

No one would want to die and be buried in a place so bad there’d be rodents and bushes all around. No one would want to be buried in a place where proper cleaning is not done or respect given to the dead.

It is important to work hard and earn financial stability because even in the bible families had their own tomb for resting in peace when they die. A look at any local public cemetery you know would send chills down your spine and make you start wishing you can live forever.

Here are 5 Richest Graves Rich people around the world are buried in.

1: Lincon’s Tomb-Cost: $70 Million

The current Lincoln’s tomb was first constructed in 1915 and it is located in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield Illinois. This tomb lies in the center of a 12.5-acre plot. Its rectangular base is surmounted by a 36-meter high obelisk and a semicircular entranceway. In front of the entrance, there is a sculpture of Lincoln’s head. The sculpture’s nose appears a lot shinier than the rest of his face. Because people who visit the tomb tend to rub their hands on it as they pass.

2: Tomb Of Mumtaz Mahal-Cost:$75 Million

The tomb of Mumtaz Mahal is more commonly known as the Taj Mahal. Shah Jahan a Mughal emperor built the tomb in 1632 for his late wife Mumtaz Mahal. The tombs themselves lie in the center of a 42-acre plot beneath lies Mumtaz Mahal. The whole Taj Mahal cost around 32 million Indian rupees back then which is around 1 billion dollars. Today which brings the estimated cost to build the tomb alone to about 75 million dollars.

3: Nintoku’s Tomb-Cost:$300 Million

The Nintoku tomb is the largest tomb in Japan and the third-largest in the world. It is located in Sakai Osaka Japan and is truly amazing. If seen from above the entire thing was the brainchild of Nintoku the 16th emperor of japan from the year 313 to 399. It is also believed that he lived to be 142 before finally making use of his grave over 2.7 million tons of dirt were used just to create the island. Bringing the total cost at around 300 million dollars.

4: The Valley Of Kings-Cost:$750 Million

In 1922 the tomb of King Tutankhamen was discovered in the valley of two Bond Hills Egypt. It is known as the valley of Kings because up to this day there have been 63 tombs found within and we still haven’t found them all. The most popular of the bunch is King Tut’s which didn’t hold back on the incredible amount of gold used to seal his tomb. His mask alone is valued at at least 2.5 million and we know that because we ranked the most expensive religious artifacts in the world. Although the tomb had been robbed at least two times before being discovered. The remaining artifacts add up to a whopping seven hundred plus million dollars. With the construction costs, it brings everything up to three-quarters of a billion dollars.

5. Lenin’s Mausoleum-Price: $15 Million

Lenin died in 1924 since then the Russian government has been spending around two hundred thousand dollars every year. To maintain his body embalmed in this amazing mausoleum located in the Red Square.

Other places include the Westminster Abbey-Price:18.5 Million, Royal Mausoleum-Cost: $ 20 Million, Humayun’s Tomb-Cost: $50 Million, Pantheon’s-Cost:$100 Million and the Pyramid Of Giza-Cost: $5 Billion.

These places are serene, quite and very neat and clean. In this kind of environment, there is no way one won’t rest on peace..….S££ MOR£

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