Inside the Siberian crater
Remember the giant funnel, which in July 2014 was spotted from the air in Yamal? Today we finally can see what is there inside — thanks to the stunning images in the newspaper Siberian Times. In November, the researchers first descended into the crater — or rather, on the frozen surface of the bottom of the mini-lake is a 10-meter depth.
Then you know how it was, and what other mysterious places in our country.
1. Siberian black holes
Funnel, which is the largest of the three seen on the Peninsula. They could be formed from an underground gas explosion, but so far this is working version, which must still confirm the sample. While some scientists claim that the appearance of craters there is nothing dangerous, while others say that the same process could cause anomalies in the Bermuda triangle.
The closed city in the Republic of Bashkortostan at the foot of the mountain of Yamantau. Since 1930 there has been one of the special settlements of the Gulag, but only after half a century, the world learned about the existence of such points on the map. Since then these areas have been named a nature reserve, but in the 1990’s in the mountains unfolded the secret construction, which has generated a lot of rumors and speculation. Continue reading
On the other side of the Incas — the Concrete from the ancient Megaliths and wizard — Puma Punku – a panorama from another world — an Orgy in stone — the Most modern technology of the Millennium Castle with brackets and pieces of the wire — Computer wall — Jump to Abydos — Mail in the British Museum.
The fortress Museum of religious art is located three and a half thousand meters above the Peruvian city of Cusco. Its builders, no doubt, were the Incas, for well-known professionals such a feature of their architecture, how rounded the edges of the quads. It is typical for all of the Inca buildings. At the top of the castle there is a stone circle impressive size. Probably it served as a calendar, although it could be the Foundation of the great tower.
Wall of the Inca Museum of religious art.
If you’ll turn the fortress back, you’ll get a labyrinth, undeservedly called the ruins. This shapeless heap of stones, large and small stones, are the remains of some unknown structure. Initially, the maze took over the quarry, but it was not as We know are some quarries of the Incas, and they look completely different. If you climb up onto the platforms over chasms and grottoes, you will see carved in the rock monster. There is no order, no walls,no stacked monoliths. Walls inclined to each other. The corridors suddenly hit natural rock. Continue reading
Tik-Kuyu — siege well Chufut-Kale
Tick-Kuyu or, more simply, well the siege of Calais — an ancient system of underground hydraulic structures. A sensational discovery was made in 1998-2001.
The history of discovery
Since the water in the fortress was imported — it was taken in the sources of Karai-Chokrak and the Gazi-Mansur. Also used the rain and snow water. The water reserves in the form of snow and ice was stored in caves beneath the straw and felt.
During the siege, water was delivered from a secret system of waterworks. When the fortress lost its military significance, the information about it, who had hidden, was forgotten. But not all. Secret location underground structures were passed from generation to generation elected; over time, its guardians have become the elders and leaders of the people of the Karaites. Brief information was published by the Karaite gahs (spiritual head) of S. Chapel in 1895:
“The Karaites could stand a long siege due to the fact that Small gate near Kyrk-hyères there was an underground passage to the spring located at the foot of the rock.” Continue reading