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A huge object 10 kilometers long was found in the middle of a lake in Europe

A huge object 10 kilometers long was found in the middle of a lake in Europe

An amazing structure located at the bottom of a European lake.

Numerous structures from the Neolithic period have been found all over the world, the most famous of which is Stonehenge that was found in England, which is one of the most amazing structures in the world. But in recent decades, similar structures have appeared one after another, for example in Spain or Portugal.

Found at the bottom of Lake Constance, the 10km-long structure is also called the underwater Stonehenge, as it was built around the same time as the famous English structure. Lake Constance is located on the borders of three European countries, Switzerland, Germany and Austria, at the foot of the Alps, and is one of the largest lakes in Central Europe.

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There are 170 piles of stones at the bottom of the lake, and they are packed side by side in an orderly sequence. Experts reported the discovery in 2021 in several scientific forums. Stone pillars can reach 2 meters in height, and are usually 4 meters wide. Experts do not yet know the purpose of building the structure, but its existence indicates that organized societies lived in the area in the past. Anyway, a few thousand years ago, the water level in Lake Constance was much lower than it is now.

Stone ax marks were also found on the stone piles. Traces of several Neolithic villages have been found in the area previously, and similar buildings have also been found in the Lake District.

Scholars only speculate as to what the purpose of the structures could have been, many suspect a ritual nature, but there are also specialists who ascribe to them the function of marking boundaries or even a burial function.

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