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The bottom of the Mediterranean Sea near Italy hides many lost artefacts

atlantis-monolith

According to scientists, a giant monolith has been discovered at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea near Italy.

This monolith looks a lot like those located in The Stonehenge. This discovery will help us discover more about the lost ancient civilizations under the waves of the sea.

Some believe that this discovery is a part of a lost island Atlantis.

It is estimated that the monolith is 10,000 years old and it was made by a man. It seems to be broken into two parts and three holes have been observed along its length of 12 meters.

This monolith was discovered in July at the depth of 40 meters in the Sicilian Channel.

Mirrorspectrum.com

 

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