In the town of Nordlingen, Germany, there is a Gothic church with a very special narrow staircase in the tower. The passage, which should have been dark gray, was illuminated by the sunlight, but it was surprising to see the dazzling light of the dots.
Later on, according to the examination, these dazzling rays were surprisingly all from countless diamonds!
This should be the only and the largest diamond city in the world, as there are about 72,000 tons of diamonds distributed here.
The findings revealed that this may have originated from an asteroid impact event 1500 years ago, where the rocks were subjected to high temperatures at the moment of impact and turned into small diamonds almost instantly.
However, the people here seem to know nothing about it and never questioned it.
The almost diamond-studded rocks can be found almost everywhere in the town, making it a veritable diamond city, with geologists estimating that there are about 72,000 tons of diamonds in the walls and buildings.
But thankfully, although the number of diamonds is large, but the individual is very small, it is possible that because of this these diamonds can be preserved.
Because of this, the town is now famous, and the town itself has greatly exceeded the value of these diamonds, which will hopefully be preserved forever.