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The Most Mysterious And Rare Gold-cast Coffin In The World, 10 Years Still No One Dares To Open It

During the past 10 years, experts had hoped to uncover the mystery inside the rare golden coffin with the help of special techniques. However, besides still not being able to find a reasonable way to open it, there is a deeper reason than that…

More than ten years ago, a golden coffin was unearthed in Taiyuan City, Shanxi Province, China. Although we all know that the ancients paid great attention to the afterlife after death, but the appearance of such an all-gold coffin is extremely rare. However, after the coffin was dug up, experts at the scene were in no hurry to open it right away. They proceeded to find out the data related to the real secret of the coffin first.

The appearance of antiques and ancient tombs in modern China seems to have become a familiar topic in the archaeological world. The most commonly seen initial catalyst is probably the building restoration activities in this country.

It is known that more than ten years ago, the famous Long Tuyen temple in Son Tay was undergoing a major restoration. During the repair work, the builders here accidentally discovered a mysterious ancient tomb.

After receiving the news, Son Tay archaeologists quickly went to the scene to rescue the ancient tomb. When embarking on the exploration, the special thing they noticed is that this ancient tomb has a great difference from ordinary tombs.

There are up to 5 layers of coffins, classified by materials: stone, wood, copper, silver, and gold. Among them, the appearance of the golden coffin has attracted great attention from everyone.

This coffin is completely made of real gold, its upper part is also carved with many delicate patterns.

According to experts, this coffin is completely made of real gold, its upper part is also carved with many delicate patterns. After consulting relevant historical documents, experts all said that this golden coffin must have a certain connection with religious culture.