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25 Most Amazing Ancient Ruins of the World

  • 25 Most Amazing Ancient Ruins of the World


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    The world is home to a plethora of fascinating ancient ruins, from crumbling cities to temples that have withstood the test of time. Many of these ancient societies were incredibly innovative and forward thinking. Just take a look at their meticulous city planning and incredible feats of engineering; some of which we are yet to fully understand. Some of the most captivating ancient ruins are full of thousand-year-old mysteries that will boggle even the most curious of minds.

  • Most MYSTERIOUS Ancient Structures In The World!


    Check out the Most MYSTERIOUS Ancient Structures In The World! From unexplained ancient architecture to mysterious hidden buildings, this top 10 list of mysterious ancient ruins has some of the most bizarre discoveries!

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    8. Nan Madol
    Off the coast of the island of Pohnpei in Micronesia stand the ruins of the ancient city of Nan Madol. The only ancient city ever built entirely on a coral reef, the city is made up of almost 100 artificial islands made of coral fill and stone, separated by narrow canals and protected by an outer seawall. Like Easter Island, this place is an engineering marvel!!

    7. Teotihuacan
    Before Europeans came to North America, an unknown culture arose in central Mexico and built a grand city that we have come to know as Teotihuacan. In its heyday, it was a city that covered 20 square kilometers (13 square miles) and was home to 200,000 people, all of them in carefully constructed and delineated neighborhoods where people were grouped according to the crafts that they constructed.

    6. Puma Punku
    The massive ancient city of Tiwanaku in Bolivia is dominated by a temple complex called Puma Punku that has puzzled archaeologists for decades. The city was already standing when the Inca moved into the region in 1470, although it was completely abandoned.

    5. Ggantija, Malta
    On the Mediterranean island of Gozo, one of the islands of Malta, stands a megalithic temple complex that predates the pyramids of Egypt. The two towers were built during the Neolithic Age, between 3600 and 2500 BC. They are the second-oldest manmade religious structures in the world. Number one is coming up so stay tuned!!

    4. Stonehenge
    The Salisbury Plain in England is home to possibly the most famous mysterious megalithic structure in the world, so of course, I had to mention it! Stonehenge was built from 3000 BC to 2000 BC, constructed in a series of stages. The site currently consists of a ring of standing stones, each stone at least 4 meters (13 feet) tall, 2.1 meters (7 feet) wide, and weighing around 25 tons.

    3. Newgrange
    Another Neolithic site, with important astrological alignment, can be found at Newgrange in Ireland’s Boyne Valley. Older than Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids of Giza, Newgrange was originally believed to be a tomb, but it’s actually a temple complex that was built by Stone Age farmers more than 5,200 years ago in 3200 BC.

    2. Skara Brae
    Located on the windy Orkney Islands of northern Scotland stands the Neolithic settlement known as Skara Brae. The most complete Neolithic village in Europe, Skara Brae was probably occupied between 3180 BC and 2500 BC.

    1. Göbekli Tepe
    Its name is Turkish for “potbelly hill,” and it’s the most recently found ancient structure on this list. Found on the plains of Anatolia, Göbekli Tepe is a man made hill, standing about 15 meters (49 feet) tall, and about 300 meters (980 feet) in diameter. Who cares?? Well It’s about 11,000 years old, making it the oldest temple structure in the world.

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  • Top 10 Incredible Ancient Ruins


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    The remnants of ancient civilizations forgotten by history, these ruins stand today as incredible reminders of the marvels created by ancient peoples. WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Most Amazing Ancient Ruins! But what will take the top spot on our list? Petra, Machu Picchu or the Roman Colosseum? Watch to find out!

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    00:33 #10. Angkor Wat
    01:12 #9. Stonehenge
    01:54 #8. Ephesus
    02:39 #7. Montezuma Castle National Monument
    03:23 #6. Roman Forum
    03:56 #5. Moai of Rano Raraku
    04:44 #4. Borobudur
    05:29 #3, #2, #1 ????

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  • Top 50 Puzzling Ancient Ruins That Scientists, Archaeologists and Historians Are Still Debating


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    But today, we look at 50 unexplained ruins that science, archaeology, and history are still debating. Some of these are so mysterious that they seem to defy all logic. Their age, construction method, and creator are still shrouded in mystery. Top 50 ancient ruins compilation that you need to see to believe.

  • Intriguing Ancient Ruins of Asia That Will Leave You Speechless and in Awe


    Over the thousands of years of human history, Asian builders produced some pretty amazing stuff, did they really do this with primitive tools? This continent it is littered with amazing ruins and ancient pyramids that will leave you in awe. Some of these places at still shrouded in mystery, and only time will tell if their ancient mystery will ever be fully unraveled. Researchers are still discovering new archaeological ruins and finding more evidence into what we know about our history, by doing so they are offering new pieces to the puzzle of humanity’s past.

  • 25 Modern Cities That Are Actually Built on Ancient Ruins


    Throughout the world, you can find a handful of cities that have a fascinating history. Some civilizations built new cities on top of ancient ruins while others grew near historic landmarks.

    Many of these cities realize that showcasing and respecting their past provides the key to preserving their priceless artifacts. Having ancient ruins in your city not only adds honor but also gives a boost to the economy. Every year, millions of tourists travel around the world to see these breathtaking monuments for themselves.

    Cities such as Athens, Rome, and Paris have refused to completely modernize so they can pay tribute to their heritage. As such, they have served as popular tourist destinations for decades.

    People enjoy feeling like they have been transported into the past. Submersing oneself in ancient ruins offers a glimpse into what life felt like thousands of years ago. Watch on to discover 25 fascinating cities built on ancient ruins.



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  • Most MYSTERIOUS Ruins That Defy History!


    Check out the Most MYSTERIOUS Ruins That Defy History! This top 10 list of strange ancient artifacts found in unexplained ruins has some of the most bizarre and mysterious discoveries ever made!

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    9. Çatalhöyük, Turkey
    Built in what was once Mesopotamia, the city of Çatalhöyük, which now resides in Turkey, is easily one of the biggest mysteries of the ancient world. I mean reaaaallly ancient, it reached its heyday around 7000 BC!! This place makes ancient Rome look modern!! These tightly clustered mudbrick houses kind of look like honeycombs, don’t you think?

    8. Palenque, Mexico
    Mexico is a land of many mysteries and lost people and cities. But easily the biggest civilization, with the biggest mystery surrounding them, are the Mayans. This tribe came from an unknown area, arrived in Mexico, and set up an empire that lasted over 3000 years. Then they were gone. To this day, many still study the Mayans in order to find out more about them, and especially what happened to them.

    7. Cahokia, United States
    This one might come as a surprise. In the United States, there is an old city that used to be the biggest city in North America at one point in time. This was the city of Cahokia, a pre-Columbian Native American City. It was founded around the year 600 and lasted until the 14th century. You can still go there today, it's across from St. Louis on the other side of the Mississippi river.

    6. Derinkuyu, Turkey
    Turkey is home to another ancient, fascinating and mysterious place: Derinkuyu. The concept of making underground cities may seem like something from fantasy television shows, or Fraggle Rock, but many cultures have made very grand underground cities.

    5. Yonaguni Monument, Japan
    Off of the coast of Japan, there is a place called Yonaguni Island which was famous for hammerhead sharks. Now, people are more intrigued by some unnerving formations in the water that were found by a diver in 1987. The Yonaguni Monument is a series of rock formations that has the scientific world split as to whether this is a natural design, or something made by humans. And it's a debate that continues on to this day.

    4. Machu Picchu, Peru
    Machu Picchu is arguably one of the most interesting and revealing places in the world. Why? Because it's through this city that we got to take a look inside the Incan Empire. This civilization ruled a lot of South America for quite some time, and their territory included Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, and more. And yet, for a while, we didn't know that much about them, until we found Machu Picchu.

    3. Thonis, Egypt
    If you're big into history, then you knew that it was only a matter of time before Egypt showed up on my list. And as you know, it is home to many ruins and mysteries, and the main topic of several videos on this channel!! Be sure to check them out when you finish this video!!

    2. Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
    Sticking with Africa, let's head to Zimbabwe, which holds one of the biggest mysteries of the continent. It's called... Great Zimbabwe. Yeah, doesn't really sound mysterious, does it? But don't let that fool you, there's more to this than you might think.

    1. Pompeii, Italy
    There are many scary stories in history, but the story of Pompeii is one that we just can’t get over. This is the city that was built in the fertile valley near a volcano, Mt. Vesuvius. When it erupted, it caught people by surprise and buried the city in soot and ash and left it covered and perfectly preserved for hundreds of years. Now much of it has been uncovered and it is a sad historical marvel and many people were frozen in time forever.

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  • 16 Unbelievably Beautiful Abandoned Places


    Have you ever explored an abandoned place? We have gathered a list of 16 unbelievable abandoned places you will be sure to visit!

    16 Most beautiful Abandoned Places

    10 - Not something from a Sci Fi movie…
    This was actually the HQ for the Communist Party in Bulgaria. It looks like a giant flying saucer, and was created by the communist regime as a meeting place. It was active from 1981 to 1991, and then fell into disrepair when the fall of the Soviet Union took place. Apparently they are looking into restoring it.

    9 - Old places have soul…
    And this exquisite abandoned railway station oozes soul. Its location is the former Russian territory known as Abkhazia. It was deserted in the 90’s, more than likely due to blockades imposed by Russia. This type of architecture is known as Stalinist Gothic or Socialist Classicism.

    8 - Only memories left behind...
    This is the Gouqi Island, which forms part of a group of nearly 400 islands called the Shengsi Islands in China. At one stage it was a super busy fishing village, but with the developments of secondary and tertiary industries, many of these little fishing villages didn’t last too much longer, and people left seeking work elsewhere.

    7 - Hauntingly Beautiful…
    Sadly, the stories of what went on inside the Beelitz -Heilstaten hospital are not as hauntingly beautiful as some of the architecture seen in this building. This hospital once had Hitler recovering there for a bit. It saw thousands of TB patients heading through the doors, had murders take place inside, accidental deaths and I’m sure many other atrocities.
    The Sanatorium is in Brandenburg in Germany, and sees many people breaking in just to capture some of the beauty that the actual building hosts.

    6 - A romantic tale…
    There doesn’t seem to be an exact story as to how the Chatillon Car Graveyard in Belgium came into being, but it’s a breathtaking sight. The cars are surrounded by plants and branches and vines are growing through the vehicles. Reporters say the cars were left in haste, but the romanticized story attached to them is that the cars belonged to US Soldiers, who left them behind when the war finished and they returned home.

    5 - Going back in time…
    This makes me feel like I am right there at this blade mill in France. Not much is given about this exact blade mill, but the sharpening of blades, scythes, sickles, knives and swords took place there. Apparently many grinders died very young due to grinders disease, which is a lung disease more than likely from inhaling the dust when the grinding took place.

    4 - No trespassing allowed…
    It’s all because of one brave girl that we have access to these beautiful images of an abandoned rocket factory in Russia. We only know her as Lana, and she broke into the factory, situated just outside Moscow. As you can imagine, Russian authorities weren’t happy at all, and even posted threatening letters on her website. So a big thank you Lana, for showing us what it looks like on the inside!

    3 - A personal journey…
    This 27-meter-deep well is found in Sintra and is known as the Initiation Well. It’s meant to be lead one on a journey of self-discovery and rebirth. You’re either going into the darkness or coming out into the light. Also could be deemed as death and birth.
    It was owned by a well-known freemason, who used the wells (there are 2 of them) for ceremonial purposes. They were never used to draw water, and every part of the wells is symbolic in some way.

    2 - Ghost Town…
    Or rather Ghost Subway… this is stunning, the City Hall Subway Station in New York, and was supposed to the showpiece when it came to subway stations. However, a mere 41 years after opening – it was actually closed down. For some reason, traffic at that station saw a rapid decline, and then with the onset of the Great Depression and then WW2, the station wasn’t used at all… so it was shut down. It received landmark status in 1979, and there plans in the pipeline a few years ago to bring it back to life.

    1 - History created…
    This breathtaking Crystal Mill is from 1892, and is actually a decompressor station. Constructed in 1893, it was used as a power plant. This Mill is said to be one of the most photographed sites in Colorado in the US, and has a place on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Scientists Finally Discovered the Truth About Easter Island


    We all know that the easter island heads have bodies – that’s not a mystery at all. But how did the easter island population build hundreds of statues? Scientists have recently solved this mystery and discovered where these people disappeared to and why.

    For many decades, people's minds have been occupied with the mystery of Easter Island. A remote piece of volcanic soil, far away in the Pacific Ocean... But our planet hosts thousands of such lonely islands, what is so particular about this one?
    The mystery is concealed not in the island itself but giant stone statues covering it. Who created the world-famous huge stone heads? Did they serve any specific purpose? Where did their creators arrive from and where did they disappear?
    Well, it seems the answer is finally just around the corner!

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    - Where is Easter Island located?
    Rapa Nui (which is the name given to Easter Island by its first inhabitants) is the territory of Chile and is situated in the southern Pacific Ocean. And it is so, so far that you can easily consider it one of the most distant places on the world's map. It lies 1,200 miles away from Pitcairn, which is its closest neighbor.

    - What's the main secret of the statues?
    Most statues (834 out of 887) were carved from the material called tuff which is, in fact, compressed volcanic ash. Curiously, all the statues except one group face inland. It means their backs are turned to the ocean. Perhaps the reason for that was the belief that the statues were the protectors of the villagers that's why they overlooked the settlement. The only statues not fitting into this pattern can be found at Ahu Akivi, a sacred place for the people of Rapa Nui.

    - Theories about how the statues had been moved.
    One of the most popular ones among the lovers of mysteries was the belief that the statues had been created and moved by aliens. But even if you like this theory, we are sorry to debunk it. The stone the statues were built from originates from the island itself. The birthplace of most of the material was an extinct volcano situated in the north-east of Easter Island and not another planet.

    - A new study about the island.
    A new study has been conducted recently to specify the maximum number of the inhabitants in the heyday of the island's civilization.
    The results arrived, and they were quite unexpected. It turned out that as many as 17 and a half thousand people could comfortably live on the island. At least 19 percent of the land could be covered with the fields of sweet potatoes that used to be the main source of food for the population. What is more, the islanders consumed quite a lot of seafood and fish.

    - Why did people on Easter Island disappear?
    At first, it was believed that the reason for such a decrease of the population was an ecocide. The natives cut out large forests and palm trees making spare room for moving the statues around as well as agriculture. They thought the trees were going to grow back fast enough. It was a misleading concept. The deterioration of the environment resulted in hunger. And this, in turn, led to wars and cannibalism.
    Nowadays, however, such a theory has been proven wrong. First of all, Rapa Nui inhabitants seemed to be very talented agricultural engineers. They deliberately fertilized the fields with the volcanic rock. In fact, another research has shown that people had been living on the island for many centuries. And the population only started to decrease when Europeans began visiting.

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  • 25 Most Beautiful Medieval Towns of Europe


    When planning a vacation to Europe, some of the first destinations that come to mind will be the teeming cities of Paris, London or Rome. Each of these metropolises is incredible, but they are far from all that Europe has to offer. By exploring some of the small towns across the continent, it is possible to see a more authentic, traditional side to Europe. Here’s a look at the most beautiful medieval towns of Europe:

  • 15 Unbelievable Places that Actually Exist


    Unbelievable and amazing places that you wouldn't believe actually exist! The places in today's video are not from some distant planet, they are places that exist here on Earth. Here are the 15 most unbelievable places.

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  • Puzzling Ancient America Discoveries | Mysterious Ruins, Huge Mounds and Lost Civilizations


    The ancient ruins and anomalies prove the civilizations of America were unique. Although most of their history been passed down through oral history, there is some physical evidence that we can examine. The remnants of these lost ancient American civilizations can still be seen if you look hard enough. There were many civilization that flourished during the era.

  • Ancient Sites in Greece in 4K Ultra HD


    The Ancient Sites in Mainland Greece, where the history of the Western Civilization began ...
    Main sites in the video: Delphi (0:01), Olympia (1:40), Mycenae (3:10), Tiryns (4:12), Epidaurus (4:44), Acrocorinth (5:24), Corinth (6:25), Athens (7:11).
    Couple of views from interesting nearby locations that do not belong to the ancient history: Galaxidi (1:36), Nafplio from the Palamidi fortress(4:28), Corinth Canal (6:56). The fortress at Acrocorinth is from Byzantine and later times, but Acrocorinth itself is the acropolis of ancient Corinth.

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    Delphi: The pan-Hellenic sanctuary of Delphi, where the oracle of Apollo spoke, was the site of ... the 'navel of the world'. Blending harmoniously with the superb landscape and charged with sacred meaning, Delphi in the 6th century B.C. was indeed the religious centre and symbol of unity of the ancient Greek world.

    Olympia: In the 10th century B.C., Olympia became a centre for the worship of Zeus. The Altis – the sanctuary to the gods – has one of the highest concentrations of masterpieces from the ancient Greek world. In addition to temples, there are the remains of all the sports structures erected for the Olympic Games, which were held in Olympia every four years beginning in 776 B.C.

    Mycenae and Tiryns: The archaeological sites of Mycenae and Tiryns are the imposing ruins of the two greatest cities of the Mycenaean civilization, which dominated the eastern Mediterranean world from the 15th to the 12th century B.C. and played a vital role in the development of classical Greek culture.

    Epidaurus: Hellenic architectural ensemble of the 4th century BCE. The site is one of the most complete ancient Greek sanctuaries of Antiquity and is significant for its architectural brilliance and influence.

    Acropolis, Athens: The Acropolis of Athens and its monuments are universal symbols of the classical spirit and civilization and form the greatest architectural and artistic complex bequeathed by Greek Antiquity to the world.

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  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Croatia - Travel Video


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    Located in the Balkans, Croatia has become one of Europa’s top tourist destination again since its War of Independence in the late 1990s. Like much of Europe, Croatia boasts its share of medieval cities and historic ruins, but what makes this country exceptional is its wealth of stunning natural attractions such as the Plitvice Lakes, the spectacular Adriatic coastlines and gorgeous islands. An overview of the best places to visit in Croatia.

  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Canada - Travel Video


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    Awe-inspiring scenery, vibrant cities and a welcoming atmosphere all make Canada a popular tourist destination. As the largest country in North America, Canada is a vast land encompassing majestic mountains, virgin forests, spacious prairies and Arctic tundra. While much of the nation is of British and French descent, Canada is home to a mosaic of multicultural communities. Here's a look at the best places to visit in Canada.

  • Greece Ultimate Travel Guide | Best Places to Visit | Top Attractions


    Ancient sun-bleached ruins pierce blue skies as the Aegean laps at the endless coastline. And Greek culture is alive with passionate music, inspired cuisine and thrill-seeking activities.
    Home to some of the world's most important historical sites, along with some 6,000 islands, Greece is known for its natural beauty and fascinating culture. Ancient archaeological sites, cliffs tumbling into sparkling blue water, sand and pebble beaches, and a balmy Mediterranean climate make Greece one of Europe's prime tourist destinations.

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  • 25 Largest Shopping Malls In The World


    As western consumerism spreads its money-making tentacles into the far corners of the globe, countries without grocery stores are now building shopping facilities so big they can't even find enough vendors to fill them.In fact, most of the shopping centers on this list are located in Asia and its surrounding regions. It's a classic case of the student surpassing the master. These are the 25 Largest Shopping Malls In The World.



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  • 10 Best Places to Visit in Thailand - Travel Video


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    Thailand is a collage of animated scenes that comprise bustling modern cities crowded with tuk-tuks, Buddhist temples tended by orange-robed monks, hill tribes selling handicrafts, lush landscapes dotted with traditional farming villages and stunning coastlines peppered with gorgeous beaches and blue lagoons. Such a captivating portrait explains why Thailand is Southeast Asia’s most popular travel destination. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Thailand.

  • 25 Eerie Abandoned Amusement Parks Around the World


    There is something so unsettling about an abandoned amusement park. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that theme parks are traditionally a place filled with fun and laughter. Seeing such a happy place left empty, destroyed, and abandoned can make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.

    Even though abandoned amusement parks may seem eerie, some people enjoy experiencing such a thing. In fact, there has been a recent rise in the number of people actively seeking out these neglected parks. 

    Abandoned amusement parks have grown so popular that you'll find dozens of Instagram pages dedicated to them. Some people may consider these neglected parks to be freaky; however, others find beauty in these parks reclaimed by mother nature.

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  • 12 Most Amazing Finds Archaeologists Still Cant Explain


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    There's a lot we can tell about an ancient building through archaeology and scientific research. We can tell when it was built, and usually how it was built, too. We might even be able to get an idea of what it was used for, but we can't always get all of the answers. Every structure you're about to see in this list is an outstanding feat of ancient construction, and although we know a little about all of them, we're still left with more questions than answers.

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    10. Bakoni, South Africa
    In South Africa, on the hills around Machadodorp to the southeast of the country, are the remains of a series of structures built by the Bakoni people. The hilly countryside is covered with terraces made of stone walls and large complex of ruins.

    9. The African City of Stone, Zimbabwe
    The Country of Zimbabwe actually took its name, in 1980, from this archaeological site…. The ancient city of Great Zimbabwe. This city of stone was the center of the region between the 10th and 15th centuries and covered an area of around 1779 acres. Now, the structures that remain include a number of stone enclosures, some of which are as tall as 36 feet (11 m).

    8. Gedi, Kenya
    First found in 1884…. The Gedi ruins, in the Arabuko Sokoke Forest in Kilifi, Kenya, are all that remains of an ancient town- one that continues to be a mystery to archaeologists. There are no written records of Gedi, but the structures and artifacts that have been found there show evidence of a once thriving town that was both advanced and affluent before its demise at some point in the 17th century.

    7. The Lalibela Churches, Ethiopia
    In the center of Ethiopia, about 400 miles from the capital city Addis Ababa, there’s a mountainous region that was once a site of religious significance. Here, 11 monolithic churches were carved into the rock, thought to have been built by King Lalibela in an attempt to build a ‘New Jerusalem’ in the 12th century after Muslim conquests prevented Christians from being able to travel to their holy city.

    6. The Stone Circles of Senegambia
    The stone circles of Senegambia are a series of megalithic structures that cover an area 62 miles wide along a 200 mile stretch of the river Gambia. It’s not certain when the monuments were built, with estimates ranging between 2300 and 400 years ago. Along with the stonework, pottery, graves, and pieces of metal have also been found… showing signs of a fairly advanced society.

    5. A Lost Tswana City, South Africa
    The Difaqane civil wars in the 1820’s led to the collapse of the majority of Tswana city-states, that once stood strong along the northern parts of South Africa. Many of them were never even documented before being abandoned, and are only now being re-discovered.

    4. The Ledi Jaw, Ethiopia
    As the continent where the human species developed, there are still a lot of questions about our ancestral lineage- some that have been answered recently by the discovery of the Ledi Jaw. There’s a big gap in our knowledge about how our own Homo genus evolved.

    3. Meroë, Sudan
    Egypt is, of course, well known for its pyramids… but it’s not the only country in Africa where they were built. In the desert to the east of Sudan, along the river Nile, there’s a series of almost 200 ancient pyramids, with most of them serving as tombs for the leaders of the Meroitic Kingdom.

    2. Laas Geel, Somalia
    Laas Geel, which means ‘source of water for camels’, is a series of rock shelters and caves that lie about 34 miles northeast of the capital city of Somaliland, Hargeisa. The site is now dry, but it's near the confluence of two former rivers, which would explain why it was once known as a water source and a place with extensive evidence of human activity.

    1. Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
    In northern Tanzania, the Olduvai Gorge is where some of the most important discoveries have been made about our ancient ancestors. Archaeologists and Paleoanthropologists have worked in the area for more than a century, and have found stone tools and bones dating back millions of years. This means that we humans evolved in Africa.

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  • 22 Mysterious Statues No One Can Explain


    One of the biggest mysteries in history is the Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt. Who was the lion with a human head? How did the ancient Egyptians manage to construct this huge statue? They kept no records, and perhaps they didn’t want us to know, since many attempts to study the Sphinx result in mysterious accidents. But do you know that there are a lot of really weird monuments around the world?

    Among the many traditional monuments, you can find in almost any town or city in the world, there are those whose sculptors appear to have departed completely from convention. Let's look at the strangest of them.


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  • 25 Most Amazing Ancient Ruins of the world - Ancient Civilizations


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    Some of these are incredibly innovative and masterpiece of architectures, engineering and planning.
    Some of these are prehistoric mega-structures and thousands of years old.
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    24. Stonehenge - England
    23. Mesa Verde National Park Colorado
    22. Sigiriya - Sri Lanka
    21. Masada Desert Fortress - Israel
    20. City of Hampi - India
    19. Pompeii - Italy
    18. Tulum - Mexico
    17. Ephesus - Turkey
    16. Ellora Caves - India
    15. Terracotta Army - China
    14. Chichen Itza Pyramid
    13. The Acropolis of Athens
    12. Bagan - Myanmar
    11. Tikal - Guatemala
    10. Karnak - Egypt
    9. Borobudur Temple - Indonesia
    8. Teotihuacan - Mexico
    7. Moai Statues - Easter Island - Chile
    6. Colosseum - Rome Italy
    5. The Great Wall of China
    4. The City of Petra - Jordan
    3. Machu Picchu - Peru
    2. Angkor Wat - Cambodia
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  • 25 Most INTENSE Archaeological Discoveries In Human History


    The most intense archaeological discoveries ever made are not your normal discoveries? These incredible archaeological discoveries shocked the world with their scary and gruesome nature. These are 25 most intense archaeological discoveries in human history.

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    America, as everybody knows, is the land of the free and the home of the brave. The brave and free people living on the land, though, have changed a lot over the centuries. The majority of modern Americans can trace their ancestry back to European settlers, but there were once many older cultures living in North America, belonging to civilizations that have become lost to time. Even though the people are long gone, some of the amazing structures they built are still standing. As well as the fabulous history of the north, we'll also be checking out some astonishing historical sites in South America, too. Welcome to the incredible ancient cities of America!

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  • Ancient Discoveries That Nobody Can Explain


    The trouble with history is that it's only as good as the people who write it down. Thus, we know relatively little about ancient history because written languages didn't exist for a while. With that in mind, here are some ancient discoveries we still can't explain.

    The Saqqara Bird was discovered in 1898 in a tomb in Saqqara, Egypt. It's roughly 2,200 years old and it looks like an airplane with a bird's head. Also, papyrus documents found near the artifact contain the phrase I want to fly. That's led some people to hypothesize that the Saqqara Bird is actually a model of a literal airplane that the ancient Egyptians either built themselves or saw someone else fly. And in fact, a couple of people have tested working replicas of the Saqqara Bird and say that it would've been capable of generating lift.

    Sometimes these little projects kind of just prove what everyone wants them to prove, though, and not every reproduction of the Saqqara bird has had similarly impressive results. In 2002, a glider designer named Martin Gregorie made a working model of the Saqqara Bird. It demonstrated that in order to fly the bird would've needed a tail wing stabilizer, which was missing on the original model. Even with that addition it was still not particularly aerodynamic. That would lend weight to the theory that the Saqqara bird was just a toy that coincidentally happened to resemble an airplane.

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  • Top 25 Most Visited Countries cities in the World


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    The usual place everyone wants to visit is the city that offers a stunning nature, historical landmarks, ancient ruins, modern landscapes and contemporary attractions. And among the typical ones are from the USA, United Kingdom, and most parts of Asia. And most of the time, tourists tend to demand delicious cuisines, extraordinary traditions and pleasant climate.
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    Potala Palace, Tibet
    A Masterpiece of Tibetan Art and Architecture, at 12,139 Feet Above Sea Level, Potala is the Highest Palace in the World. The 1,300-year-old Structure Was Originally Built as a Gesture of Love, Commissioned by Tibetan King Songtsen Gambo for His Marriage to Princess Wencheng of the Chinese Tang Dynasty. Eventually Monks Came to Rule Tibet and the Palace Was Expanded and Converted Into the Winter Residence for the Dalai Lama.

    Angkor Wat, Cambodia
    Angkor Wat is a Hindu Temple Complex in Cambodia and is the Largest Religious Monument in the World, on a Site Measuring 162.6 Hectares. Originally Constructed as a Hindu Temple Dedicated to the God Vishnu for the Khmer Empire, It Was Gradually Transformed Into a Buddhist Temple Towards the End of the 12th Century, Angkor Wat is the Prime Example of the Classical Style of Khmer Architecture, the Temple Attains a Classic Perfection by the Restrained Monumentality of Its Finely Balanced Elements and the Precise Arrangement of Its Proportions.

    St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City
    The Most Famous Roman Catholic Church in the World.
    Dating Back to Roman Architecture of the Early Christian Art Period. The Basilica, Was Built Above the Burial Site of St. Peter, One of the Twelve Disciples of Jesus and the First Bishop of Rome
    Construction Began in 1506 and It Took 120 Years Before the Church Could Be Consecrated.
    To This Day Saint Peter’s Remains One of the Largest Churches in the World.

    Taktsang Monastery (Tiger Nest), Bhutan
    Paro Taktsang Monastery is One of the Most Important Symbols of Culture and Religion in the Kingdom of Bhutan, Located High in the Himalaya Mountains.
    Like Many Prominent Buildings in Bhutan, Paro Taktsang Features Stark White Exterior Walls and Red Shingled Roofs as Well as Golden Roofs. Temples in Bhutan Are Typically Constructed of Stone and Rammed Mud. The Interior of Paro Taktsang Features Golden Ceilings, Golden Idols and the Hall of a Thousand Buddhas, Where a Statue of a Large Tiger Can Be Found.

    Bagan, Myanmar
    Also Known as the Land of a Thousand Temples, the Ancient Kingdom of Bagan in Myanmar is Symbol of Burmese Religion, History and Culture, Once a Major Power in Southeast Asia, Bagan is Home to Over Two Thousand Buddhist Temples Standing as Symbols of Burmese History and Culture, Bagan Temples Are Unique Among Southeast Asian Architectural Styles. They Are Characterized by Central, Square Structures Built Around Shrines, With Interior Passages Supported by Vaulted Arches Radiating Outward.

    Borobudur, Indonesia
    This 9th Century Buddhist Construction in Central Java is Indonesia’s Greatest Tourist Attraction, the Temple Design Follows Javanese Buddhist Architecture, Which Blends the Indonesian Indigenous Cult of Ancestor Worship and the Buddhist Concept of Attaining Nirvana. The Temple Demonstrates the Influences of Gupta Art That Reflects India's Influence on the Region, Yet There Are Enough Indigenous Scenes and Elements Incorporated to Make Borobudur Uniquely Indonesian.

    Karnak, Egypt
    Karnak is the Largest Ancient Religious Site in the World, a Complex Made Up of Three Main Temples. One of Its Most Famous Features is the Hypostyle Hall, Which Has 134 Massive Columns That Rise Up to 60 Feet in Height, and Ten Feet Across. Karnak Was Not a Quick Build. It Took Fifteen Hundred Years to Complete.

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  • 25 Of The Most Heartbreaking Accidents In Amusement Park History


    Everyone loves amusement parks! The rides, the thrills, the candies, the people…all of it! Amusement parks are magical places where everyone has fun and are given the perfect opportunity both to unwind and experience elevated levels of adrenaline (roller coaster anyone?) After all they are called amusement parks right? But it’s not all rainbow and roses when it comes to some of these magical places. Sadly, there exists shocking accidents in amusement park history. You could argue that some of these accidents were caused by patrons breaking the rules, or employees not enforcing them; you might even be able to argue that these tragedies were the cause of parental neglect. However way you look at it, the fact remains that these accidents stain the reputation of amusement parks being places of safe thrills and secure enjoyment. Here are 25 of the most heartbreaking accidents in amusement park history.

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    Matterhorn Bobsled, Disneyland, Anaheim, California - Modeled after the Matterhorn-a mountain in the Swiss Alps-the Matterhorn Bobsled steel roller coaster became the site of the first Disneyland fatality in 1964, when a 15-year-old boy was injured after he stood up in the car and fell out. He died three days later as a result of the injuries.

    Rolling Thunder, Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, New Jersey - A 20-year old park employee died while riding the Rolling Thunder, a wooden roller coaster, during a test run in 1981. It was concluded that the employee may have not secured himself properly but the exact cause of the tragedy has remained unknown as nobody actually saw the young man fall from the ride.

    Big Dipper, Battersea Park, London, UK - Big Dipper, a wooden roller coaster in London´s Battersea Park witnessed one of the most tragic accidents in amusement park history. In May 1972, a train that was being hoisted up to the start of the ride broke loose from its haulage rope and rolled backwards into another train. Five children were killed and 13 others injured in the accident.

    Hydro, Oakwood Theme Park, Pembrokeshire, Wales - In April 2004, a 16-year-old girl died of internal injuries after falling approximately 100 feet (30 meters) from the top of the Hydro ride, a water roller coaster in the Oakwood Theme Park in Wales. It was later discovered that this attraction´s staff often failed to check the riders’ bars and seatbelts.

    Ride of Steel, Darien Lake, Darien, New York - In July 2011, Iraq War veteran James Hackemer-who had lost both legs in a bomb attack-fell to his death from the Ride of Steel at the Superman-themed Darien Lake amusement park in New York. The ride was closed, but reopened after the death was deemed as an operator error. Hackemer should not have been allowed on the roller coaster due to his physical condition.

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  • 18 Signs Youre An Overthinker


    Are you an overthinker? Here are some tell-tale signs you overthink everything! While being able to weigh options carefully is a useful skill, getting carried away with thinking too much can have adverse effects. Being indecisive and constantly worrying and overanalyzing everything can create negative thoughts and emotions and overwhelm your brain.

    You are more likely to be an overthinker if you are a perfectionist or have some type of anxiety disorder. And it’s not something that can just be just turned off. Chronic overthinking is not really a conscious act, but more of a compulsive obsession.

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    The Seven Wonders of The Ancient World ( Great Pyramid of Giza - Hanging Gardens of Babylon - Statue of Zeus at Olympia - Temple of Artemis at Ephesus - Lighthouse of Alexandria -
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    The Amazing Works Of Art And Architecture Known As The Seven Wonders Of The Ancient World Serve As A Testament To The Ingenuity, Imagination And Sheer Hard Work Of Which Human Beings Are Capable.
    They Are Also, However, Reminders Of The Human Capacity For Destruction.
    Ultimately, Human Hands Joined With Natural Forces To Destroy All But One Of The Wonders.
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