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Yonaguni, Japan, East Asia

Curious underwater structures off Yonaguni and a further five related structures off the main island of Okinawa. In total the ruins cover an area spanning 984 feet by 492 feet (300 meters by 150 meters). The top is about 5 m below sea level. The complex looks very similar to the numerous ancient stone quarries of South America. A pancake stone structure(s?) is found on shore near Yonaguni and it is possible that they are related to the underwater ruins.

This site belongs to the following categories: Megalithic
Polygonal Stone Masonry
Ancient Mine or Quarry
Meltalith (naturally looking stone formations often with elements of intelligent design woven in them)
Leveled Platform
Underwater (partially or completely)
Carving, Inscription
Spot of Interest for the NewEarth Research

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