The world we live in is filled with bizarre facts and practices. People had been following traditions for centuries. Some of them have their explanations while others are believed mandatory to be followed. Some practices are carried out for wellness and peace; some are practised for health and wealth while some are supposed to bring in luck and success.
Like rest of our articles, we are not going to talk about all the practices but only to those who have the luck factor. So, today we found out 7 places which are believed to improve luck of those visiting there.
If you have failed at love, it is believed the Dubrovnik Maskeron, the gargoyle head in Dubrovnik, Croatia, can bring luck in love to those who can successfully take their shirt off while balancing on it.
Statue of St. Anthony’s Pig
Statue of St. Anthony’s Pig in La Alberca, Spain brings in better luck with fertility. Childless couples rub the statue’s child making parts for better luck.
The Recumbent effigy of Victor Noir
In Paris, France, women rub Victor’s girth to prevent infertility.
Hill of Crosses
There’s a place in Estonia-Hill of Crosses. It is believed that planting a handmade twig cross on this hillock brings in good fortune and a long-lasting partnership.
Maneki Neko or the Lucky Cat Museum, as it is popularly known, is a Japanese symbol that dates back over 100 years. This museum in Cincinnati, Ohio has over 1000 iterations of the last feline icon. The decorative felines are thought to bring not only luck in general, but specifically monetary fortune, and an ability to beckon people.
The Magic Owl
It is said that if you touch this tiny sculpted owl (in Dijon, France) with your left hand and make a wish, it will come true.
Paris Point Zero
It is like a ritual or tradition where you have to spin in a circle on one foot atop the marker to make your desire come true, or you can kiss a loved one to ensure eternal devotion. Remember, you have to kiss the loved one above the plate.