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12,000 Year Old Massive Underground Tunnels Found (w/video)

12,000 Year Old Massive Underground Tunnels Found from Scotland to Turkey w/video

Before its News ~~ Friday, February 3, 2017 14:43

Is it possible that ancient cultures were interconnected thousands of years ago? According to thousands of underground tunnels that stretch from North Scotland towards the Mediterranean the answer is a big yes. While the reason behind these sophisticated tunnels remains a mystery, many experts believe that this huge 12,000 year old network was built as a protection against predators and other dangers 12,000 years ago. Some experts believe that these mysterious tunnels were used as modern-day highways, allowing the transition of people and connecting them to distant places across Europe. . . Read Complete article

Go Deeper: Archive for Hollow Earth/ Subterranean Worlds

Obama’s Newest Partner In Crime (Video Report)

From youtube uploaded by  WCJournalism

Published on Mar 29, 2013

Little Known Tourist Destination: Pools of Pamukkale ~ Cotton Castle of Turkey (W/Video)

Photo: The pools of Pamukkale. Taken 20:30, 8 August 2010. CREDIT: Paolo Benedetti. SOURCE: Wikipedia

From Pamukkale Turkey Travel

Pamukkale, which means ‘Cotton Castle’ in Turkish, is known as 8th world wonder by Turkish people. Pamukkale is a natural site and a famous tourist attraction in south-western Turkey in the Denizli Province. Pamukkale is located in Turkey’s Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley, which enjoys a temperate climate over the greater part of the year. The summers are hot and dry, and winters warm and rainy. Tourists travel from the coast of Antalya and the Aegean Sea to Pamukkale . . . Read Complete Report

From youtube posted by Marc Szeglat  on Jun 21, 2009

Pamukkale Turkey


Photo: A house in Cappadocia Turkey. Above the extensive underground cities. SOURCE Wikimedia Public Domain

from  Underground Cities Cappadocia Turkey

One of the characteristics of Cappadocia is having plenty of underground cities. It’s known that there are more than a hundred of underground settlements in the region and many of them are not open for visits. The underground cities, which are guessed to be used since the Bronze Age, used to be a settlement mostly in Byzantine period, doubtless. In this period, increasing invasions forced local residents to build underground cities for protection and religious purposes. . . . Read Complete Report

from History Channel via youtube

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