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Everyone Should Walk The Staircase Of The King Of Aragon At Least Once (10 pics)

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The Staircase of the King of Aragon is a beautiful stone staircase that can be found on the side of a limestone cliff in the commune of Bonifacio, Corsica, France. The impressive staircase is set at an angle of 45 ° and consists of 187 steps. The staircase was built in 1420 and it's still going strong today.

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№1 Author: Aindy (19 Apr 2016 10:23) Total user comments: 2863


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But, it doesnt go anywhere??
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№2 Author: kryptor (19 Apr 2016 10:46) Total user comments: 4839


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According to legend, the staircase was dug by the troops of the King of Aragon Alfonso V in the course of a single night during the unsuccessful siege of Bonifacio in 1420. In reality, the staircase descends to a natural spring and a cave located at the bottom of the stairway, and is believed to have been dug by the Franciscan monks long before the troops of Alfonso V set their feet on Bonifacio. Some people say the first steps were carved in Neolithic times, and it has been constantly improved since.

It was carved so the Monks at the Monastery could access a fresh water source.
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№3 Author: bigdaddyjfk15 (21 Apr 2016 18:21) Total user comments: 997


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cool!!! 04
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