12 Most Mysterious World Monuments

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1. Monumental Instructions for the Post-Apocalypse (Monumental Guide to Post-

On a small hill in the arid northeast Georgia stands a monument of the strangest and most
mysterious in the world. But the view of the architecture of buildings, monuments were
not created in ancient times

Known as 'Georgia Guidestones', this stone structure tingginya16 five feet, weighing 20-
tons. In the slabs of granite are written in eight languages - including Egyptian
hieroglyphic language, Hindi and Swahili - with instructions for the survivors to rebuild a
new peeradaban on earth. Are the instructions in eight languages associated with the
doomsday predictions? It is still unclear. This command is also unclear to whom
addressed. More is not clear anymore, who built these strange monuments.

2. Lake Michigan Stonehenge

Initially, a group of researchers using sonar to search for shipwrecks at the bottom of
Lake Michigan, the results obtained was astonishing. Instead they found the ancient
Stonehenge structure 40 feet below the water surface.

Some of these stones in a circle and one appeared to show the carving of a mastodons.
Presumably, these antiquities 10.000 built last year, possibly coinciding with the post-Ice
Age mastodons and human presence in the region. . Michigan already has the Petroglyph
sites and standing stones.

3.Reruntuhan under the sea in Japan

On the southern coast of Yonaguni, Japan, there are ruins of a submerged, is estimated to
have about 8,000 years old.

Some people believed That though it was carved by geographic phenomena, it's now
confirmed to be man-made as the intricate stairways, carvings and Right Angles Suggest.
Although some people believe that it is a natural creation, but it now appears the voices
that call that man-made. This is evident from the complicated structure stairs, carvings
which there are believed to be manmade. The site was discovered in 1995 by a diver who
strayed too far from the coast of Okinawa. He also happened to bring cameras to take
pictures underwater.

4.Kejaiban below sea Alexandria, Egypt

The ruins are believed was the city of Alexander the Great, where Cleopatra's palace is
located. Sinking of the city is estimated to occur 1500 years ago due to a massive
earthquake. Along with setting the palace, also drowned artefacts that adorn the palace
and other buildings from Cleopatra's palace. City ruins found in the bottom of this sea,
was deliberately not appointed to the mainland. The local government plans to make a
magic location as a tourist submarine is water.

5. Mystery Stones of Baalbek in Lebanon

The largest Roman temples ever built and is now living its ruins, was not in Greece or
Rome, but it is precisely in Baalbek, Lebanon. The temple was destroyed by the
Byzantine Emperor Theodosius, was lucky not all parts destroyed. Still there are six of
the 54 columns, which still stands today. Six column is a witness of history and leave a
trail mistri waiting light.

Although the remains of the splendor of this temple still visible, but indeed, this temple
had abandoned due to war. For decades, tourists rarely visit this place due to the war.
Fortunately also, the war is not to destroy this historic temple.

6. Three Ancient Megalithic Stone Circle

In southern Turkey, just north of the border with Syria, a megalithic stone circle, there are
three thousand years old, older than Stonehenge stone circle. Curiously, the ancient stone
circles were built by groups of hunters in those days. Previously, it was believed that
early humans could not create a building that, until they reach a certain level of progress.

When found, the stone circle in a buried state. No one knows what the reason or
background why it was buried. But some people believe that Göbekli Tepe and
surrounding area is the beginning of human history that is the location of the Garden of
Eden as told in the Bible ..

7th. Easter Island

Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui or Isla de Pascua, is a Polynesian island in the
southeastern Pacific Ocean, the most famous monumental sculptures created by the
Rapanui people.
The statues, called Moai, ancestor-worship are part of the island was done by local people
at that time. The statues were allegedly made between 1250 and 1500 AD.

Moai heaviest weighing 86 tons. This illustrates just how great their accomplishments
that is capable of Rapanui, also move the statues weighing up to tens of tons. Lucky, this
ancient statues can still be seen diRaraku some, but hundreds of other statue was moved
to the neighboring islands.

8. Stonehenge, Prehistoric Monuments in England

Perhaps the ancient monuments fee that is still in good condition is Stonehenge, located
in Wiltshire, England. These ancient buildings have been built in 2500 BC, but then
experienced continuous revision and renovation during the 1400 year. Despite all the
theories and speculations put forward, but no one knows what the original purpose of
these prehistoric monuments and remains one of the biggest mysteries of the earth.

9. Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is a relic of the nation's most well-preserved Inca. This royal city hidden in
the Andes mountains of Peru, located high in the mountains with a steep road but on a
flat top. A location, which was the place where the Inca nation's fugitive pursuit of Spain.

The city was hidden for centuries and isolated from the outside world until then an
archaeologist, Hiram Bingham, was discovered in 1911. Based on the research, estimated
the city of Machu Picchu dibanun in 1450 AD as the Inca ruler Pachacuti hideout.

10. Great Zimbabwe Ruins

Few people know that Zimbabwe, Africa, has an ancient stone ruins of the oldest in the
world. Its location in the countryside. Allegedly, the ruins of an ancient stone building
that was once inhabited by 18,000 souls. So great was the ruins of the marks, then called
the Great Zimbabwe Ruins.

Based on the research, the building was built in the 11th century, the unique building was
built without using cement. Nobody knows for sure why the site was eventually

11. Peru's Chavin de Huantar Ruins

Although not as famous as Machu Picchu, the ruins of Chavin de Huantardi Peru is also
an interesting World Heritage sites containing the remains of artifacts that was built by
the Chavin, a pre-Inca culture, around 900 BC
This site serves as a gathering place for people in the area to gather and worship.

It is unclear why the Chavin culture disappeared, although some believe that the ruins of
Chavin de Huantar offers clues about why some civilizations disappeared.

Most theories say the demise of Chavin because of environmental conditions including
the occurrence of an earthquake, while other allegations are jockeying for power.

12. Coral Castle, the Monument of Love Lost, in Florida

How to explain a man five feet bertinggi weighing 100 pounds, built an elaborate garden
using bits of rock, each weighing a ton? Coral Castle, in Homestead, Florida, is a miracle
that difficult to explain common sense. Moreover, the man who built the castle was
supposedly only a 4th grade education level.

Is Ed Leedskalnin, a Latvian immigrant, who built a monument called the monument of
love lost. Weird! His story, like the construction of this monument to confuse romance
blue. Leedskaini Ed began building a castle that in 1923, after a jilted by his fiancee in
Latvia just days before their wedding. And he dedicated his life to finish it (the

Unfortunately, he died before his love menumen completed. However, after he died, in
1951, construction was continued construction.

Not this romantic tale that makes the experts confused, but they were surprised and
amazed because Leedskalnin, build your own castle katang it. More confused again,
because he really only educated up to grade four, but strangely, he was able to build an
elaborate fort that, something that really can only be done by building experts. This is
really incomprehensible. Even an engineer calls, even Albert Einstein was not necessarily
able to understand this miracle.

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