|The Titus Tunnel, Turkey|
supposedly built in the Roman periods, but probably not at all because its style belongs to a completely different older periods (plus there are ruins in that old style in the vicinity)
|Castles of Eğil, Turkey|
absolutely amazing, the core of the rock carved castle is still standing, a living piece of fairy tale
|Aslantaş and Yılantaş, Turkey|
amazing giant lions and they are at Aslantas (is this that same Atzlan of the Americas, or as we call it Atlantis)
|Sierra de San Cristóbal, Spain|
the size of the complex is amazing, high walls, mysterious chambers and deep shafts stretch for many kilometers
|Enormous Network of Underground Cities, Turkey|
countless exposed ruins of what was once was a network of underground cities connected with kilometres long tunnels and capable of housing millions for permanent living
|Pismis Kale and Akpara Kale, Turkey |
so were they diving to build rooms underwater!!! penguin wisdom jewel!
Incredibly Rich in History!
|The Enfeh Moat, Lebanon|
the full area around seems to be abundant with very old rock cut ruins
|White Cliffs Trail, United States|
what about the imprints on the side at regular intervals? are they the same os those on the ancient european roads? what left them? and are the cavities on the side of the road rock cut ruins (which happen to go hand in hand with the european roads with strange quadratic marks at regular intervals)?
|Bomarzo Mostri Park, Italy|
interesting medieval statues built on the ruins of much older rock cut something, vehicle tracks from the older periods... show a bit amidst the modern cement path cover...
|The Bobastro Ruins, Spain|
complex of exposed and heavily eroded underground metropolis, the interior of couple of rooms is somewhat visible at places
town built on the ruins of layers of old rock cut city, dwarf tunnels, interesting rock cut road, so much history all in one place!
|The Zayabaq and the Flour "Caves" of Baalbek, Lebanon|
just compare the level or erosion of these exposed parts of underground dwellings with that of the famous Baalbek ruins to start understanding how much older are these ruins of underground cities
|Cyrene Rock Cut Ruins, Libya |
|Chateau des Baux de Provence, France|
it seems to a beautiful (historic) renovation of very old rock ruins
|Kemer Sarcophages, Turkey |
|Tracks and Rock cut Ruins at Adloun, Lebanon |
|Poggio Conte, Italy |
|Fort Ovech, Bulgaria|
medieval fort built on much older ruins, the full region has numerous very old rock cut ruins that deserve proper systematic study, but are denied such because people naively believe they are part of medieval forts, christian monasteries, simply "playful creation of Mother Nature", a "mystery" or any other excuse...
|Zuigan-Ji Monastery, Japan |
|Regenstein, Germany |
|Burg Langenstein ob Melchnau, Switzerland |
|Longmen Caves, China |
|Parc archéologique de Syracuse, Italy |
|Calès, Lamanon, France|
with recently discovered vehicle tracks!
|Castello di Sperlinga, Italy|
the rock cut older ruins below the medieval stuff is much more interesting...
|Mortimer's Hole, United Kingdom|
goes 150 meters inside the bedrock
the remarkable thing here are the relatively well preserved design elements of the very ancient eroded town or city, the megalithic work is of course much more recent than the original rock cut ruins
|Rock City at Mt Diablo, United States |
the older parts show signs of identical extreme age and identical design elements like that underground cities of Cappadocia, subsequently used and remodelled by later cultures (as everywhere else, again)
|Kanheri caves , India|
although the bas-relief are splendid, what is even more interesting is the fact that caves were carved in already existing older complex of caves, one belonging to the worldwide network of such underground dwellings...
|Eski-Kermen and other underground cities of Crimea, Russia |
|Giant Rock "Castle", Nepal |
|Kandovan, Iran |
|Kh. Jibeit , Israel|
the stone masonry is in such a bad condition that it looks more like a pile of stones rather than ruins, but the lower layer of rock cut stuff is more interesting with its vehicle tracks and the curious round holes on the stone (what are they?)
|Bisericile rupestre din Munții Buzăului, Romania |
|Saint John “al-sheer” church at Amioun, Lebanon|
as usual the interesting stuff is below the church...
|Chatby "Necropolis", Egypt |
|Vardzia cave city, Georgia |
|Mátraverebély "Hermit's" Caves, Hungary |
|Daras, Turkey |
|Tel Dor, Israel |
|Seleukia ad Piera, Turkey |
|City of Midas / Yazılıkaya, Turkey |
|Cueva de los Moros, Spain |
|Cuevas de Pinedo, Spain |
|Cuevas de Laño, Spain |
|The Tzarakar Monastery, Turkey |
|Iglesia rupestre de Santa María de Valverde, Spain |