Asia keeps many archaeological wonders, many of which have not been solved so far. This is the lost city of Peter, and the wonders of the Old World. Today, the most interesting puzzles concerning the life of ancient civilizations remain unsolved.
Mysterious earth mounds in Cambodia were discovered in 2016 in one of the ancient cities. Domes in the form of domes are barrows, and scientists have not yet understood the purpose of their creation.
Why the ancient Khmers built strange domes throughout the country, does not even explain their location near the most famous temples.
Steppe geoglyphs in Kazakhstan. The recently discovered steppe geoglyphs are mysterious structures that represent about 200 large rings and lines consisting of embankments.
The size of each of them is approximately a meter in height and 12 in width. Scientists suggest that the hieroglyphs were built by nomads under the name “Mahanjar”, who stayed in the territory of Northern Kazakhstan in the period about 5000 years BC.
Hanging Column in India – the most intriguing part of the temple in the city of Lepakshi. This is an architectural structure, consisting of 69 ordinary pillars and one … hanging from the ceiling.
The hanging pillar in the temple of Lepakshi, built in 1583, is the greatest mystery of engineering genius that scientists have not yet solved.
Hutt Shebib in Jordan – ancient and very mysterious wall, whose length is 150 kilometers. The archaeological structure confuses all modern scientists with the latest equipment.
It is surprising that the height of the wall is only 1 meter, which means that it was not built for the purpose of defense. Therefore, scientists do not know exactly who, why and when built this wall.
Mysterious disappearance of people in Israel. For many decades, the cities of Halutz, Shivta and Nitzan attracted tourists. But one day all the inhabitants of these three settlements disappeared.
At the same time, they locked their houses in castles, which means they intended to return. Archaeologists still have not told why they left their cities and where they went.
Rice terraces in the Philippines. Ifugao is a rice terraces that are archaeological value and a masterpiece of ingenuity of the people of the Northern Philippines.
Most scientists today are interested in the age of the fields, this information has been discussed for many years to no avail.
Large circles in Jordan – these are huge stone structures with a height of 1.5 meters and a circle of up to 0.5 km. They were found in the 1920s. There are no holes in the circles, so to get inside, you need to jump over the walls.
Experts cannot come to a mutual conclusion concerning who, when and why built these stone circles.
Pipes of Bygong. They were discovered by scientists in China inside three caves. An amazing find is iron pipes of various sizes – from 1-2 mm to 40 cm in diameter.
Scientific analysis showed that the age of pipes is at least 150 thousand years.
Grave of St. Matthew, Kyrgyzstan. In 2015, in the depths of Lake Issyk-Kul, in Kyrgyzstan, 200 ancient artifacts were discovered. One of the most interesting of them is a large ceramic pot that can potentially unravel the mystery of St. Matthew’s last refuge.
Indeed, there is evidence that the remains of St. Matthew rest in an Armenian monastery under the Issyk-Kul lake.
Saudi Stonehenge. Al-Rajajil is a collection of mysterious stone monuments built in 54 groups, each of which consists of several stone pillars.
Seen from above, the stone structures indicate the sunset and sunrise. Archaeologists do not know absolutely nothing about the purpose of construction, artists and the age of buildings.