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5,000-Year-Old Megalithic Stonehenge-Like Monument Found In Eastern Europe Country!

Archaeological research has always revealed mysteries about the past that the general public has trouble understanding. One outstanding illustration of this is the r

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Archaeological research has always revealed mysteries about the past that the general public has trouble understanding. One outstanding illustration of this is the recent expedition in the Ukrainian village of Novooleksandrivka, located 6.2 miles to the south of Dnipro.

A circle made of stone blocks that are many feet high was allegedly discovered by researchers. In terms of archaeology, the formation is defined as a dolmen or cromlech, which is a megalithic tomb consisting of a large flat stone laid on upright stones.

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The Stone Hill in the village of Novooleksandrivka

According to the 5-channel television network, a burial mound that is 4,500–5,000 years old has been found. ““In the middle of the tumulus (Kurgan in Ukraine), archaeologists found a gigantic cromlech – stone blocks several meters high that form a circle.”

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Each block of stone weighs nearly 2000 lbs, meticulously sculpted into a circle, according to the journalistic report, and the whole place would be 500 years older than the pyramids of Egypt. Novooleksandrivka is not the first dolmen discovered in Ukraine, but it is the youngest and more significantly, it is likely the largest to have ever been discovered.

Oleksandr Kolomiytsev, the regional road service’s spokesperson, told the media: “The construction included moving a significant amount of earth. It’s probable that the individual who was shielded and buried by the Cromlech was well-known in the community. This is the only explanation for how gigantic this edifice is.

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The secret of the British StoneHenge!

The British StoneHenge in Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, Southern England, wasn’t constructed where it is currently, according to a study published in the Antiquity magazine of Cambridge University. With the assistance of 15,000 men, Merlin disassembled the circle monument and transported it to the Salisbury Plain. He desired the Giant’s Dance for its healing and magical properties.

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Indeed, Ukraine might draw a lot of historical tourists if the UK location is already a big tourist draw. Chernobyl left its historical stamp on the wonderful nation of Ukraine. However, there are a ton of other things to explore as well, like Kiev, which is also a gem.