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12 Unbelievable Ancient Wonders


12 Unbelievable Ancient Wonders

From Machu Pichu an amazing work of architecture to the mysterious caveman buildings in the mountains of Russia.

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6. Stonehenge
One of the most well-known ancient mysteries is the monument of Stonehenge, located in the English county of Wiltshire. This is built in a circle using extremely large rocks standing up vertically and is believed to have been built about 2500 BC. One of the biggest rocks found at this site is about 30 feet tall and weighs about 25 tons. What’s truly strange about this is, the closest place they could have gotten the stone from was a quarry about 20 miles away to the north. People at this time, considered the land to be sacred due to fact the abundance of game meat available here. Many theories are out there trying to explain why it was constructed and acted as a symbol of unification, while others believe it was a religious site. Some claim it was built with ball bearings like you see in this photo.

5. Gobekli Tepe
Archaeologists came across a startling discovery six miles from Urfa, an ancient city in southeastern Turkey when they dug up massive carved stones believed to be 11 thousand years old. These were made when mankind had yet to develop metal tools or even pottery. The Smithsonian questions whether or not it’s the world’s oldest temple. It predates stonehenge by about 6,000 years. This location would have been a Mecca for hunters and gatherers at that time, centuries before farming was developed. As they dug deeper, they realized it was arranged in a circle, made of limestone blocks. Using only flint tools workers shaped the stone into pillars before moving them a few hundred yards to the site of the temple.

4.Easter Island
Many of us think of Easter Island and a tiny little place in the Pacific off the coast of Chile with mysterious heads sticking out from the ground. You have never known that these mysterious wonders get even more mysterious. These were constructed around the years 1250-1500 BC, by people of Polynesian ancestry. Recent discoveries like you see in this photo, prove that these actually have bodies attached to their heads! As people began to dig deeper, they uncovered that the statues fo much deeper than previously thought. They’ve also exposed carvings on their backs and their meanings have yet to be uncovered. Some believe it represents the traditional tribal of their culture.

3. Bosnian Pyramid
Many wouldn’t come to Bosnia and expect to see a pyramid. It’s possibly that because it wasn’t discovered until 2005. If the claims are real, the Bosnian Pyramid would be 25000 years old and the oldest pyramid ever built. Archaeologists are extremely skeptical of this because it defies accepted history. If you take a close look at it, it truly takes the form of a man made structure. Many want these extraordinary claims to be backed up by extraordinary evidence before it is accepted among the archaeology community. If it is real, it does deserve a place on our list. Take a look for yourself and let us know what you think in the comment section. Were there advanced civilizations in this area that we didn’t know of?

2. Machu Picchu
This is an incredible work of architecture in the middle of the Andes Mountains and shows what kind of feats the Inca Civilization was capable of. There are a few reasons archaeologists believe it was built. Some claim it was a ceremonial site, a military stronghold or even getaway for the ruling elite. Despite not having advanced warfare technology like some of their foes, they still excelled in knowledge pertaining to agriculture, architecture and astronomy. Many of these well crafted stones cannot even be penetrated with a knife, proving how well the stones fit together.

1.Great Pyramids of Giza
There is no other wonder of the ancient world quite as mysterious as the ancient pyramids of Giza. No other monument has created so much intrigue other that these feats of engineering that we still couldn’t reproduce to this day. It’s estimated that there’s a total of 2.3 million limestone blocks that weigh at least 2-30 tons each and is precisely aligned with the constellation of orion. The paste used to combine the stones is from an unknown origin and even with all our technology, we cannot reproduce it’s chemical compound. It remained the world's tallest building for 3,800 years and each side is the same length within 10th’s of an inch. All of this was supposedly constructed without the technology of the the wheel or without metal tool. The quarry used to get the stones was at least 500 miles from the location of Giza. It almost appears as though humans could not have succeeded in completing these structures without help from out of this world.

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10 Unbelievable Old Ancient Monumental Wonders

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Monuments are testaments to humanity designed to stand the test of time. Some monuments are simply old structures that have survived over the millennia, while others were specifically designed to pay homage to a certain idea or person. Many of these structures still stand today and there are even many that date back over five thousand years. Today we’ll take a look at the 10 Oldest Monuments!

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10. Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt - 2,560 BC
9. Harappa, Pakistan - 2,600 BC
8. Pyramid of Djoser, Egypt - 2,648 BC
7. Shahr-e Sukhteh, Iran - 3,200 BC
6. Wayland’s Smithy, England - 3,460 BC
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2. Tumulus of Bougon, France - 4,700 BC
1. Cairn of Barnenez, France - 4,850 BC

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How did ancient civilizations move massive stones to build Stonehenge, the Pyramids and the Easter Island statues? In this quick, delightful talk, TED Fellow Brandon Clifford reveals some architectural secrets of the past and shows how we can use these ingenious techniques to build today. In an era where we design buildings to last 30, maybe 60 years, I would love to learn how to create something that could entertain for an eternity, he says.

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The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

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12 WEIRD Wonders of Nature

From the bizarre sailing stones in Death Valley Park, to the unbelievable mud volcano found in Sakhalin, Russia. These are 12 WEIRD Wonders of Nature !

Sailing Stones -- Here’s a phenomenon that has occurred in various locations around the world … but most notably at Racetrack Playa in California’s Death Valley National Park. Huge rocks, some weighing up to 700 pounds, seem to move all by themselves, with no apparent intervention from humans or animals … often leaving trails over 300 feet long. Some trails were curved, while others travel in a straight line, then abruptly shift to the right or left. What’s behind the mystery? Some theories suggest the big stones move as a result of water and ice forming in Death Valley under certain winter conditions. A breeze could then “float” the rocks across the muddy bottom of the valley floor … leaving trails in the mud as the stones moved. Research conducted in 2015 suggested that sailing stones found in Spain’s Manchego (man-chay-go) Lagoon moved as a result of microbacteria living on the lagoon floor. The microorganisms created slippery conditions allowing the stones to move during the rainy season when wind and water currents were at their strongest. No theory has been been definitively proven.

Cave of the Crystals -- it’s located almost 1,000 feet below the surface in Naica (nigh-ka), Chihuahua Mexico … and is known to hold some of the largest natural crystals ever found. While they look icy, the massive crystals are forged in temperatures up 122 degrees Fahrenheit … and were developed over 500,000 years in mineral rich water … and they can measure up to 4 feet wide and 50 feet long! These hidden caves were drained over 40 years ago, but the crystals made of gypsum were unearthed by miners in 2000. Because temperatures in the caves can reach 136 degrees, and humidity nearly 100%, they’re largely unexplored. Researchers can only enter for short periods. In order to preserve the crystals there are plans to re-flood the cave

Baatara (ba-ta-ra) Gorge Waterfall -- In northern Lebanon, you can find a very unique three-tiered waterfall where water crashing some 850 feet through cavernous gorges and circular rock formations … An actual triple waterfall! The water plummets into a cave formed out of Jurassic-era limestone called the Baatara Pothole. Inside the cliffs is a labyrinth of tunnels lit only by occasional patches of sunlight. The cave is also called the Cave of the Three Bridges due to the natural bridges that overhang a fissure that descends into Mount Lebanon. The waterfall and cavern is considered ‘one of the wonders of Lebanon’. We’re inclined to agree!

Balancing Act -- So this one might not be a recurring weird wonder in nature … at least we don’t think so. But it just looks so weird that we had to include it. Your eyes don’t deceive you … those are goats that actually climbed a 17-foot tree in Morocco. How did this come to be? Well, these animals seem to be accomplished at climbing trees … and they jump and claw their way up the branches searching for the tree’s olive-like berries … which the goats will go to any heights to reach. Of course, goats are known for their ability to scale steep, sheer surfaces … In fact some of their relatives, the Alpine ibex scaled the sheer side of Italy’s Cingino (chi-geeno) Dam in 2011 as they tried to feed on salt leaking from between the stones. It almost looks like they're floating on air, doesn’t it? Goats climbing sheer surfaces … okay, that seems to be a weird wonder of nature that happens regularly. But goats climbing trees … that seems pretty unique. What do you think?

Eye See You -- It almost looks like a Photoshop effort, but this is a natural phenomenon. Located on Sakhalin (sack-lin) Island in East Russia. From high above, you can make out the pupil in the center of the volcano, which is surrounded by a brown iris. Mud volcanoes are caused by a buildup of gases and liquids … with pressure built up, mud is released through fractures in the volcano’s structure, and that can create bizarre patterns … as you can see. Did it make you blink?

Cano (khan-yo) Cristales -- It’s located in Colombia and is commonly called “The river of five colors”, or the Liquid Rainbow. Due to its striking colors, it’s often referred to as the world’s most beautiful river. You can detect green, yellow, blue, black and red in particular … but only during half the year … that’s because of a native aquatic plant called macarenia clavigera (mack-a-reenia clav-I-dra). The plant is what gives the river its distinctive colors, but it’s only active between June to December. The river is closed the rest of the year to give the local ecology a break. Skittles

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At any random moments, Earth is going through all stages of geographic change, and there’s little we can do to help. In some parts, volcanoes are erupting; in others, water is permanently frozen. Some parts have earthquakes, some have rainstorms, some are under sand, and some are filled with spiders. Earth is, without a doubt, the strangest planet in the Solar System, and that’s including those that have rings, multiple moons, toxic atmospheres, and gravity that will make you a thousand pounds. Nothing that we’ve found in space can compete with the sheer diversity of Planet Earth. Until aliens arrive, we are the aliens. We are the weird, bug-eyed, multi-colored lifeforms on a planet with fire, grass, and spiders. It’s hard to step outside our normalized position to understand this fact, but videos like this are a huge help. The following is our very own Earth in its most basic, bizarre form.

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Because it doesn't have to be an official 'Wonder of the World' to leave you lost for words! Join as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Underappreciated Wonders of the World!

For this list, we’ve looked at those places on our planet that perhaps don’t receive the coverage that they deserve. The seven Ancient Wonders ofthe World and the New7 Wonders are not included because, as incredible as they undoubtedly are, we feel they have enough recognition already!

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#9. Angkor Wat
#8. Ajanta Caves
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22 Amazing Natural Wonders of the World

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10. Perito Moreno Glacier
Unlike all the other huge glaciers in the world, Perito Moreno is actually getting bigger instead of retreating. It measures to a length of 19 miles or 30 kilometers and an area of 97 square miles or 250 kilometers squared. This glacier sits in the Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina, and serves as a popular tourist destination in the country’s famous Patagonia. The ice field here ranks as the third largest reserve of freshwater on earth.

9. The Norwegian Fjords
Norway is known for a lot of things: for the safe environment, the lush landscapes in even the big cities, and of course the Fjords. Ask anyone who’s visited this Scandinavian country. They’ll say one of the most breathtaking sights are of the Norwegian Fjords. There’s a handful to be found here, all different sizes and even with their own unique characteristics. What’s the same, however, are the crystalline waters and lush mountainsides.

8. Vale da Lua
It looks like wet clay, but that’s straight up rock that’s been eroded by sand and water. It almost looks alien the way the elements have shaped this landscape near the Rio Sao Miguel (siow meegehll) in Brazil. The Vale da Lua turned out the way it did after eons of sand and water hollowing out the rock. If you want to visit it, the place is still open to visitors despite being located on private property. The rocks here used to be lave floes, the petrified shapes making it perfect for natural water slides to occur.

7. Sahara Desert
Besides the Arctic and Antarctic, the Sahara Desert counts as counts as one of the biggest deserts on earth. For some reference, it’s about the size of the entire area of China. For the record, it does count as the largest low-latitude hot desert. The Sahara takes up part of North Africa, taking up about 31% of the continent. In most people’s minds, the Sahara consists of just and expanse of sand dunes covering lands.

6. The Black Forest
The largest forested mountain range in southwest Germany is the famous Black Forest. There’s even ham and cake named after this place. The entire area measures to 2,320.2 square miles or 6,009.2 kilometers squared, and meets the Rhine valley to its south and west. This German landscape includes many rivers and lakes, including the more well-known Danube. Not only is it cool to look at, but it serves the economy some good, by providing business for mining, glass making, forestry, and more.

5. The Galapagos Islands
Charles Darwin came all the way from England to the Galapagos Islands in South America to observe the immense diversity of wildlife here and to this day it continues to induce wonder. The islands belong to the administration of Ecuador and is made up of volcanic islands that form an archipelago.

4. Lencois Maranhenses
At the national park of Lencois Maranhenses, you’ll come across sandy landscapes that look like they came from a movie or painting. Located in northeastern Brazil sits this terrain of aquamarine blue and white sand. The sand dunes might make it look like a desert but it actually gets subject to a lot of rain. It is, after all, located right beside the Amazon rainforest. If it looks familiar, than you might have recognized this place from the recent Avengers: Infinity War movie since they used it as the setting for the planet Vormir.

3. Mount Everest
It is the tallest mountain in the world above sea level and one that many people try to traverse everyday in order to say they’ve conquered the beast that is Mount Everest. It reaches an elevation of 29,029 feet or 8,848 meters, part of the cold region of the Himalayas, which is home to many other tall mountains such as Kanchenjunga and Dhaulagiri (dao la gee ree). You need to be an incredibly skilled and experienced climber in order to really make your way successfully up Mount Everest, because otherwise it’s totally not safe.

2. Great Blue Hole
It looks like a huge blue inkblot in the sea and its one of the most visited scuba diving attractions ever. The Great Blue Hole can be found near Lighthouse Reef--both part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System. The submarine sinkhole sits just 43 miles or 70 kilometers away from Belize City and has a circumference of 1,043 feer or 318 meters or 407 feet deep and 124 meters. In comparison to other reef dives you might experience, the one down Great Blue Hole seems to be a dark one and not as colorful as you’re probably used to.


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