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Strange Stone Formations near Voronezh, Russia
Mount Huashan Cliffside Path, China
network of wooden boards running alongside the 2,160-meter (7,000ft) holy mountain in Shaanxi province, certainly one of the most dangerous in the world
Lato, Greece
Cyrene Rock Cut Ruins, Libya
The Senams, Libya
megalithic ruins of unknown origin
Saladin Castle, Syria
possibly built on much older impressive rock-cut ruins, now labelled as a moat, the very deep rock cut (kind of a) road makes me doubt that the "moat" is just a part of the older structure
Old Summer Palace, China
European style palace in China, of course, burned down by the "colonial" forces
Dongdaemun Design Plaza, South Korea
so, they did polygonal stonework in Korea as well!
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?)
Deir Qal'a, Israel
Iraq al-Amir, Jordan
Baalbek style megalithic palace
Kyaiktiyo Pagoda, Myanmar / Burma
the huge bolder is not attached to the bedrock
Nekromanteion, Greece
Delphi, Greece
Toraja, Indonesia
so even in Indonesia, they knew how to do polygonal masonry!
Zawyet el Aryan, Egypt
impressive size! since 1960, much of the area near Zawyet El Aryan has been restricted. no excavations are allowed, everything overbuilt with military bungalows, and the shaft of the Unfinished pyramid has allegedly been misused as a trash dump. the condition of both shafts is uncertain and most possibly disastrous.
Keramikos, Greece
Efes, Turkey
Zolochiv Castle, Ukraine
Nesvizh Castle, Belarus
Chernelytsya Castle, Ukraine
Piaskowa Skala Castle, Poland
Wiśnicz Castle, Poland
Rzeszow Castle, Poland
Zamosc, Poland
Lancut Castle, Poland
Lyrbe, Turkey
Alanya Castle, Turkey
the antique and Roman style ruins are built on a much older rock cut basis
Makhunik, Iraq
the houses are suitable only for dwarfs, too small for us
Burg Lichtenfels (Ottenstein), Austria
minor traces of older rock cut basis on which the mediaeval fort was built
Kabardino-Balkaria Stone Spheres, Russia
Paleo Burrows of South America, Brazil
possibly hundreds of kilometers of weird tunnels, it seems they were dug out by extinct animals
City of Danzig Star Fort, Poland
Beit Guvrin-Maresha, Israel
the bell shaped (often gigantic in size) grottos have curious tool marks which is very hard to categorise as done by unsophisticated technology
Giant Bones, Georgia
estimated at 2.50 to 3 meters tall (about 9 to 10 feet) and is said to have a skull about three times the normal size
Murud Janjira Fort, India
Bisericile rupestre din Munții Buzăului, Romania
Vangchhia, India
Nimrod Fortress, Syria
it seems like parts belong to massive megaliths that have been restored in historic times with less impressive stone work
Catskill Mts. NY State, United States
Chateau des Baux de Provence, France
it seems to a beautiful (historic) renovation of very old rock ruins
Saint John “al-sheer” church at Amioun, Lebanon
as usual the interesting stuff is below the church...
The Enfeh Moat, Lebanon
the full area around seems to be abundant with very old rock cut ruins
Vellore Fort, India
the polygonal stone masonry is the most interesting feature of the fort
Statues at Horyuji Temple, Japan
we are told to believe that all these are fanciful art works only, but how come native people from over the globe had the same fantasy and tell the same stories about these reptilian beings...
Alba Iulia Apulum, Romania
Nubian deffufas at Kerma, Sudan
Newborn Baby Elongated Skull Of Paracas, Peru
presented by Brien Foerster
Şırnak Province Rock Cut Tunnels, Turkey
Piercebridge, United Kingdom

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