10 Most Mysterious Monuments in the World

Monumental Instructions for the Post-Apocalypse
On a barren hill in the northeast Georgia stood one of the monuments of the world's most bizarre and mysterious. But that was not created during ancient times. Known as the 'Georgia Guidestones', a stone structure 16-feet-tall, 20-ton granite slabs polished and written in eight languages.


Lake Michigan Stonehenge
Researchers quite surprised when they find what appears to be ancient structures like Stonehenge 40 feet below the surface of the water in Lake Michigan.

Underwater Ruins in Japan
On the southern coast of Yonaguni, Japan, lies submerged ruins of an estimated 8000 years. This place was discovered in 1995 by a sports diver who deviate too far from shore Okinawa with camera in hand.

Submerged Wonders of Alexandria, Egypt
Off the coast of Alexandria, the city of Alexander the Great, what is believed to lack the ruins of Cleopatra's royal. It is believed that an earthquake of more than 1500 years ago to make this building fall into the sea, along with artifacts, statues and other parts of Cleopatra's palace.

The Mysterious Stones of Baalbek
The largest Roman temple ever stood in the ruins are not built in Greece or Rome, but in Baalbek, Lebanon. Nobody knows what makes this site so special to Rome, to encourage them to build, move and assemble blocks of stone so much.

Easter Island
Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, the most famous monumental sculptures created by the Rapanui people. His weight of about 86 tons, which illustrates just how big achievement for the Rapanui had created and move them.

One of the world famous monument of Stonehenge may, located in Wiltshire, England. Despite the emerging theory and speculation, no one knows what the original purpose of prehistoric monuments and remains one of the biggest mysteries of the earth.

Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the best preserved city of the Inca Empire, hidden high in the Andes of Peru, on steep mountain with a flat palm.

Great Zimbabwe Ruins
Few people know that the modern African nation of Zimbabwe is named after the stone ruins, located in the countryside. The Great Zimbabwe Ruins are some of the oldest and largest structures in South Africa.

Peru's Chavin de Huantar Ruins
Although not as famous as the ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru Huantar ruins Chavan is also an interesting heritage. Chavan unclear why culture has disappeared, although some believe that the ruins Huantar Chavan provide clues about why some civilizations disappeared

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