Monday, March 13, 2017

0 Guess what? You can also be a tomb raider!

Not everyone is Angelina Jolie, but then it is not mandatory to be one of the world's top actors to nurture a very niche sense of travelling. To start with, you can go globetrotting and visit some of the most famous tombs across the planet!

All of us have a set of heroes and idols - musicians, actors, athletes, authors, politicians and more - people we want to meet, see and talk to in person. But what if your heroes have bidden farewell to the world before you could catch a glimpse of them? Apart from (or rather than) penning elegies and wishing you could meet them, you can visit their tombs and pay your tribute like a true admirer!

But, in case, you find this idea outlandish and not worthy of a shot, we would like to share with you the fact that the tomb of poet-playwright William Shakespeare is one of the most visited memorials on earth, let alone a forerunner in tomb destinations. The Bard of Avon was laid to rest in the Holy Trinity Church in his hometown of Stratford-on-Avon. Located on the banks of Avon river in Warwickshire, England, the tomb of the poet supreme bears an epitaph that is believed to be written by the maestro himself. More of a warning, it reads like this:

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