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Puma Punku is a part of a group of monuments or a complex of temples present in Bolivia. One of the most important blocks of stone found at Puma Punku has the following characteristics: 7.81 meters long, 5.17 meters wide, an average thickness of 1.07 meters and an estimated weight of about 131 metric tons . Researchers believe that these blocks of stone were extracted about 10 km from Puma Punku. Other blocks of stone found at Puma Punku were taken from places about 90 km away. do this?

In addition, many blocks of stone are pierced with holes. And these holes seem to have been drilled with modern technology. Does this mean that people had machines?

The image below shows several H-shaped blocks laid using the building block technique. How do these stones exactly match and how are they in good condition now?

stone found at puma punku


Nazca is a city and a network of valleys on the south coast of Peru. The interesting feature of this place is that the Nazca Lines. The Nazca lines are forms that generally form coherent patterns of characters. There are 12 amounts. At ground level, they can not be discerned or evaluated, but from a higher altitude (as in a plane or helicopter, or you can use a drone), they can be seen being formed. These geometric shapes include miles of lines and huge drawings of animal figures (some as large as a football field), built on the desert floor.

These drawings can be appreciated when you are at height and not on the ground itself. The problem is to know what was the intention of making these drawings if one could not look at all the drawings at once (it is thought that the man acquired the ability to fly in 1903). How did he worship or did he not find their end product and did they waste hundreds?

Another interesting feature is that there are lines forming huge triangles in this area and some of them are ideal triangles! Now, look at the picture below. This seems to be an old version of the astronaut of modern times! This drawing is common in Nazca.


Hell’s Gate (also called Hell’s Gate, Fire Crater, Darvaza Crater) is a natural gas field located in Turkmenistan. It collapsed in an underground cavern in 1971 and was equipped with a natural gas crater. Geologists set it on fire to limit the spread of methane, which has been burning continuously ever since. The width of the crater is 69 m and its thickness is 30 m. The crater is a favorite tourist attraction. 50,000 tourists have visited the site in the past five years. The gas crater covers a total area of ​​5,350 m², the size of a football field. Nobody knows how many tons of gas were burned during all these years, but that seems to be infinite. (It could have been used as gas) Did not this passion go out after several years?


It is a slot canyon in the American Southwest, on Navajo land east of Page, Arizona. It includes two separate, scenic slot canyon sections, referred to as Upper Antelope Canyon, and Lower Antelope Canyon. It is found in Arizona. What is the key behind these beautiful colors?

Flooding occurs in the canyon, too. The flood happened on 30 October 2006, which lasted 36 hours and forced the authorities of Tribal Park to close down the Lower Antelope Canyon for five months. Antelope Canyon is a popular location for photographers and visitors, as well as the hub of Navajo Nation’s tourism business. It was only until 1997, when the Navajo Tribe proclaimed Navajo Tribal Park, that it was accessible by rail. All tours are carried out by one of several licensed tour operators. It is not possible to visit the Canyon separately.

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