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Filtered on: #Precarpathian > showing 1 comment covering 100 days
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The #Ukrainian #Stonehenge or tracks of God in the Stone Village

In the #Precarpathian region (Carpathian Mountains) Ukrainian archeologist found prehistoric sculptures made of rock. Ukrainian scientists consider them to become the rival to the English Stonehenge.

Native archeologist in the end of 2008 year announced about the discovering of Ukrainian Stonehenge. Prehistoric stone sculptures were found near the village Snidavka in the Ivano-Frankovsk region. The archeologists knew about the rare sculptures in the mountains. However any kind of research here was forbidden during the Soviet time because a lot of military objects were located in this area. And when the ban had been canceled there was no money for research. The research was renewed only a few years ago.

According to a theory the stones were brought to this place by a Scandinavian glacier. Another hypothesis tells us that these stone are the remains of ancient mountains, destroyed by the same glacier. Today the modern forms of these stones have appeared as a result of eolation during the course of the last twenty thousand years or so.

&Rob 2014-03-03  

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