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When one steps on stairs, they are expected to feel safe and walk around freely but there are some stairs, deadly and scary that we doubt if everyone can step on them.

Such stairways were intentionally intended to panic the poop out of you and we have made our research and listed below 10 of such stairways that look deadly and scary.

Angkor Vat

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This is a UNESCO world histories treasure and an archeological site located in Cambodia. Its steep stone stairways on which people crawled to climb made it difficult to climb but today, an alternative establishment has been installed.

Mount Huashan

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The way to the top of this mountain looks very scary and only the brave can make it all the way to the top. The mountain has significant religious values and it is the western mountain of the Five Great Mountains of China.

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The Agoyán

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It is also known as the ‘The devil’s cauldron.’ To make it to the top, you’ll trail 1000 feet into the valley and then climb up via stairs and ladders with millions of liters of water thundering around. It is one of the most attractive tourist spots in Ecuador.

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Sagrada Familia

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Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain, is one of the world’s most famous architectural wonders. The unfinished church by architect Antoni Gaudi has narrow and steep spiral staircases without railings. People with heart problems are advised not to climb the stairs.

Half Dome

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Located in California, it runs from the valley floor to the top of the dome across 13 km via the Mist Trail, with 4,800 feet of elevation gain.

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Statue Of Liberty

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Have you ever climbed the famous Statue of Liberty in New York? Ok here’s how it is, it does not have any elevator service to the crown and people who want to make it to the crown must climb through the daunting spiral staircase of 377 steps from the lobby to the crown.

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