12 Unique and Mysterious Monuments in the World

  1. Monumental Instructions for the Post-Apocalypse
    Monumental Instructions for the Post-Apocalypse
    Known as the 'Georgia Guidestones five stone structure has a height 16 feet, weight 20 tons. In granite slab no writing in eight languages - including Egyptian hieroglyphic language, Hindi and Swahili - with instructions for the survivors to rebuild a new civilization on earth. Are the instructions in eight languages associated with doomsday predictions? It is still unclear. It is unclear also command is intended for whom. It is not clear anymore, who built this strange monument.
  3. Michigan Stonehenge lake
    Michigan Stonehenge lake
    Initially, a group of researchers using sonar to search for the wreck at the bottom of Lake Michigan, the results are quite surprising. Instead they found an 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 mastodon. Allegedly, archaeological objects were built 10,000 years ago, possibly to coincide with the post-Ice Age human presence in the region and mastodons.
  5. The Ruins Under Sea in Japan
    The Ruins Under Sea in Japan
    On the south coast of Yonaguni, Japan, there are the submerged ruins, thought to have aged about 8,000 years old. Although some believe that it is a natural creation, but it now appears the voices who call it man-made. It was seen from a complex arrangement of stairs, carvings there are believed to be manmade. This site is found in 1995 by a diver who stray too far from the coast of Okinawa. Incidentally he also brought cameras to take pictures underwater.
  7. Miracle Below Sea Alexandria, Egypt
    Miracle Below Sea Alexandria, Egypt
    These ruins are believed to be the city of Alexander the Great, where Cleopatra's palace is located. Sinking of the city was estimated to occur 1,500 years ago due to a devastating earthquake. Along with the setting of the palace, also submerged artifacts that decorate the palace, as well as other buildings of Cleopatra's palace. The ruins of the city that was found at the bottom of this sea, are deliberately not appointed to the mainland.
  9. Mystery Stones Baalbek in Lebanon
    Mystery Stones Baalbek in Lebanon
    The largest Roman temples ever built and now lives ruined, in fact, not in Greece or Rome, but instead in Baalbek, Lebanon. The temple was destroyed by the Byzantine Emperor Theodosius, was lucky not all parts destroyed. Still there are 6 of 54 columns, which still stands today. Six column will be a witness of history and left a trail of mystery who waited revealed. Although the remains of the splendor of this temple still visible, but actually, this temple was abandoned due to the war. For decades, tourists rarely visited this place due to the war. Fortunately also, the war not to destroy this historic temple.
  11. Three Anchient Megalithic Stone Circles
    Three Anchient Megalithic Stone Circles
    As In southern Turkey, just north of the border with Syria, there are three megalithic stone circles thousands of years old, older than Stonehenge stone circle. Surprisingly, the ancient stone circles were built by a group of hunters at that time. Previously, it was believed that early humans could not make the building, until they reach a certain level of progress.
  13. Easter Island
    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, are part of the island ancestor worship performed by the local community at the time. The statues were allegedly made between 1250 and 1500 AD. Moai heaviest weighing 86 tons. This illustrates just how great their achievements are able to create Rapanui, also move the statues weighing up to tens of tons.
  15. Stonehenge, Prehistoric Monuments in England
    Stonehenge, Prehistoric Monuments in England
    Perhaps the ancient monument which is still in fairly good condition is Stonehenge, located in Wiltshire, England. These ancient buildings have been built 2500 BC, but later underwent revision and renovation continuously for 1400 years. Despite all theory and speculation are stated, but no one knows what the original purpose of these prehistoric monuments and remains one of the greatest mysteries of the earth.
  17. Machu Picchu
     Machu Picchu
    Machu Picchu is a relic of the nation's most well-preserved Inca. This royal city hidden in the mountains of the Andes of Peru, located high in the mountains with a steep road but on a flat peak. A location, which was the place where the Inca refuge from the pursuit of the Spanish nation. The city was hidden for centuries and isolated from the outside world until then an archaeologist, Hiram Bingham, found it in 1911. Based on the research, estimated the city of Machu Picchu dibanun in 1450 AD as the Inca ruler Pachacuti hideouts.
  19. Great Zimbabwe Ruins
    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. Once the traces of the ruins, then called the Great Zimbabwe Ruins. Based on research, the building was built in the 11th century, unique building was established without using cement. No one knows for sure why the site was eventually abandoned.
  21. Peru’s Chavin Huantar Ruins
    Peru’s Chavin Huantar Ruins
    Although not as famous as Machu Picchu, the ruins of Chavin de Huantardi Peru is also an interesting World Heritage Site that contains the remains of artifacts that was built by the Chavin, a pre-Inca culture, around 900 BC This site serves as a meeting 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 offer clues about why some civilizations disappeared.
  23. Coral Castle, Monuments of Love Lost, in Florida
    Coral Castle, Monuments of Love Lost, in Florida
    How to explain a man plays with a weight of 5 feet 100 pounds, build an elaborate garden using bits of rock, each weighing many tons? Coral Castle, in Homestead, Florida, is a miracle that difficult to explain common sense. Is Ed Leedskalnin, a Latvian immigrant, who built a monument called the monument of love lost. Weird! The story, the construction of this monument like the story of a touching romance. Ed Leedskaini began building the castle in 1923, after her love was rejected by his fiancee in Latvia just days before their wedding. And he dedicated his life to finish it (the monument).


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