Iconic bodies that have not been buried since 1924 and have not rotted (Watch)

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In normal terms, everybody is buried after death. In most parts of the world, people are buried in a pit called grave. As a human, your body gets rotten few days after death and burial. It takes about a week long to a month long for the whole body to rot.

But could you believe that, there are still people whose bodies are still fresh and are not rotten since death? Some of them have been about 60 years and above but are still fresh. They are seen because they were kept in a glass cage.

Do you know why they are still fresh?

This is what the people did to the bodies to keep them fresh and not rotten. They rob some balms on the bodies before keeping them in the glass cages. This is meant to keep them as tour center and use them as a memorial for those people.

They are not rotten because their bodies have been embalmed. This keeps their bodies fresh for a very long time that it doesn’t rot.

These are great people of their country.

Here are the people who were buried in glass cages.

1. Mao Zedong. He is from Vietnam. He was one of the great politicians in china. He died in the year 1977. His body has not been buried since then. The dead body is still not rotten because it has been embalmed.

Mao Zedong
Mao Zedong

 

2. Ho Chi Minh. Also from Vietnam. His dead body has also not rotten since 1975 because it has been embalmed and kept under a glass stone coffin.

Ho Chi Minh
Ho Chi Minh

3. Kimi-Sung and Kim Jong II. They are North Koreans. The Kim II-sung died in 1994 and his body has been laying in state till now. The dead body is not rotten because it has been embalmed. Kim Jong who replaced him also died in 2011 and his body was also embalmed and kept on display till now.

Kimi-Sung and Kim Jong II.
Kimi-Sung and Kim Jong II.

4. Vladimir Lenin. A past Russian pioneer. He died in the year 1924 and has been laying in state till now. His body is still not rotten because it has been embalmed and kept in a glass cage.

Vladimir Lenin
Vladimir Lenin

 

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