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Tryst Falls, United States
Felsenkeller Schwandorf, Germany
Cenobio de Valeron, Spain
over 350 caves
Camel Sculptures at Remote Desert Spots, Saudi Arabia
big camel statues at hard to reach location in the desert
Chimalacatlan , Mexico
Ljubljana Menhirs, Slovenia
Necròpolis de Son Real, Spain
some of the partially submerged, so it seems that sea level could have been way lower than now!
Cala Morell "Necropoli", Spain
Monolith of Coatlinchán, Mexico
7 meters high and weighing some 152 tons
Hrad Frýdštejn , Czech Republic
built on older rock cut ruins
Swamp cypresses near Bukkabrany, Hungary
covered with neatly laid layers of 20 meters sand, fertile black soil below that
Devil's Tramping Ground, United States
Mausoleum of Tamerlane, Uzbekistan
Fort Bourtange, Netherlands
Cave Network below Primark in Thanet, Kent, United Kingdom
The Fairy Glenn, Ireland
although no tool marks have been found so far, the general feel of the structure is that it may not be fully natural
Bocksteingrube, Switzerland
the marker location is very approximate
Hortiatis qanat, Greece
The qanat ancient technology is based on excavating tunnels of low slope, to reach an aquifer and transfering its groundwater to the surface without pumping.
El Morro castle, Cuba
Fort Caroline, United States
Fort San Marco, United States
Fort San Pedro, Philippines
Fort Santiago, Philippines
The Chilla Pyramids, Ecuador
Polygonal walls near Zlatograd, Bulgaria
newly discovered
Giant Pans, Indonesia
of course shortly after their discovery they ... disappered
The Sevastopol Beach Carvings, Russia
modern artists work
Naupa Inglesia, Peru
Norba, Italy
Tula pyramids, Mexico
Chandi Sukuh, Indonesia
Tatucera de Tacuarembó, Uruguay
Solomon's Pools, Israel
Rujim el-Hiri, Israel
Tilbury Fort, United Kingdom
Duncannon Fort, Ireland
Birr Castle, Ireland
James Fort, Ireland
Charles Fort, Ireland
Fort Camden, Ireland
Carlisle Fort, Ireland
Fort Westmoreland, Ireland
Yaylata, Bulgaria
extremely eroded rock cut apartments directly facing the water, sometimes without access from the current shore
Okataina possible dwarf dwellings, New Zealand
look exactly the European dwarf dwellings
Trujillo temple of the sun and temple of the moon, Peru
Long Meg stone circle, United Kingdom
Callanish stone circle, United Kingdom
Nim Li Punit, Belize
Beth Shearim, Israel
a massive glass slab that looks like a stone is found there
Fuente Magna bowl, Bolivia

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