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the Tunjo Ancient Stones, Colombia, South America

Although officially labeled as "natural rock shelter" these interesting rocks could be simply the remains of cyclopean megaliths. After all we see stones laid next to each other and fitting precisely. There is no known natural process that could cut and place the stones in such a way, natural cracks look entirely different. Interestingly enough we see also some "reptile skin" rock patterns that also seen in France and also on the same style megaliths...

Local Name: Parque Arqueológico de Facatativá, Piedras del Tunjo, Piedras de Tunja, Cercado de los Zipas, Parque de las Piedras de Tunjo
Address: 40 km west of Bogotá in the city of Facatativá
This site belongs to the following categories: Megalithic
Polygonal Stone Masonry
Meltalith (naturally looking stone formations often with elements of intelligent design woven in them)
Cup Marks
Structure/Formation that could be Natural or Not
Spot of Interest for the NewEarth Research

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