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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Mysteries And Origin Of The 5 Ancient Cities



Around the world, we can find a number of ancient grounds that challenge the scholars. From old monuments to the ruins of old cities, a lot of archaeological sites have been verified to be covered in mysteries. Let us take you on a trip around the world so we can explore the five ancient cities that challenge most scholars for their history and mystery.

Puma Punku, Bolivia, Tiahuanaco
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Puma Punku: Precision and Accuracy

If you want to know what ancient man can do? Puma Punku is the place to see. The structures that are made of stones in this place is the largest.

Situated in the Southwest of Kalasasaya temple in the historic complex of Tiahuanaco, Bolivia. It was built with enormous blocks of stones that were taken from a site that is located more than 80 kilometers away, the city is believed to have been built around the century, despite the fact that the mystery of who and how it was built.

The biggest stone blocks at Puma Punku that we can find has the following size:

· 7.81 meters long
· 5.17 meters wide
· 1.07 meters thick in average
· 131 metric ton in weight

This was all made stacked up using ropes and ramps. The second largest stone block to be found in Puma Punku:

7.90 meters long
2.50 meters wide
1.86 meters thick in average
85.21 metric ton in weight 

Derinkuyu, Turkey
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Derinkuyu: Ancient engineering's true wonder


Derinkuyu can be found in Turkey, there you'll find the ancient underground city of Derinkuyu. It's known to be the largest underground city in the world.

Even though it is estimated to have been built at the start of the 7th century, a few archeologists tell that it was made back in 1400 BC. This underground city is made of roughly 18 to 20 levels deep underground.

The purpose for why the city was built is still being debated by scholars today.

A total of 7,000 square feet, this is the size of the underground city through the whole of it hasn't been excavated yet. The reality that Derinkuyu has 20 floors adds up to the mystery of how the ancient man was able to manage an unbelievable creation.

Intriguingly, the security system used in Derinkuyu is both efficient and easy use. Every floor in Derinkuyu could've been closed individually. Big rounded stones were used to set apart the entrance, which could only work from the inside.

Baalbek
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Baalbek: The Most Enormous stones on Earth

Located in present-day Lebanon, this millenarian city is one of the most important archaeological sites of the neighboring East.

This is the most valuable ancient Roman city in the Near East and was formerly inhabited by the Greeks. Some archeologist tells that it was blessed by the Phoenicians to honor the god Baal. No one knows the story of the city through a lot of theories have been suggested.

Some regular archeologist says that it was a Phoenicians temple or altar dedicated to Baal. It was a Greek city that is called Heliopolis of the City of the Sun and since the reign of Emperor Augustus, it was colonized by the Romans. The exact age of the Baalbek still rests a mystery, though a few researchers think that this ancient stone monument site is at least 12,000 years old but could be more than 20,000 years old.

Between the most interesting of these stone monument is the Trilithon, three very large blocks with the sizes:

· 22 meters in length
· 4.5 meters in height
· 3.5 meters wide
· Their weigh is around 1,000 to 2,000 tons

These 3 huge stone monuments tons a row of 6 blocks of granite that measures:

· 10 meters in length
· 4 meters in height
· 300 in weight

This is one out of this world ancient city.

Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan: The Birthplace of the gods

This can be found in Central Mexico, located at around 40 kilometers of the present-day Mexico City. Teotihuacan is the most valuable archeological site in Mexico.

The experts surveyed that at its peak sometime around the first millennium AD. During the pre-Columbian Americas era, Teotihuacan was the largest city in the world that has an estimated population of 150,000 people.

Just like the other ancient cities, the scholars are not sure as to when was Teotihuacan built. Though they have an estimate that it was built at around 100 BC together with the big monuments.
A lot of researchers claim that when you see Teotihuacan from above, it looks like a computer circuit board that has two large processor chips, the Sun and the Moon pyramid. They also found a great number of significant similarities to the great Pyramids of Egypt.

One interesting finding of an archeologist about Teotihuacan is the extensive use of mica that is nested in a lot of structures. This mineral is found 3,000 miles away in Brazil, mica is found in all structures like buildings, housing, temples and along the road. Mica is a mineral that is all over Teotihuacan. A layer of mica up to 30 cm is contained in the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan.

 city of Caral, pyramid, ancient civilization

The city of Caral: City of the Pyramid building civilization

After going to Mexico, let's go now to Peru.

The city of Caral can be found in Peru, this is a place that a lot of people didn't know that it exists and this is one the most important ancient cities of ancient America.

This is not just a regular ancient city, it's civilization has baffled a lot of researcher for decades.

This civilization and their city is a lot of importance. As a matter of fact, the archeologists strongly believes that Caral is one of the first advanced civilizations in ancient America added to the series of a less civilization that grown without a recorded style of communication.

Caral is about 165 acres and it is the largest in Peru. The pyramids of Caral is related to the Egyptian pyramid in 3200 BC as told by some researchers. These complicated constructions are an evidence of the talents of ancient man, able to raise these incredible structures that are accurately constructed shows that the planning and the management levels of the builders of this amazing monument complex.

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