Human craftsmanship

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Cinque Terre, Italy.

The Amazingly Deep Well of Chand Baori

Singriya (Srí Lanka)

Meteora, Greece

A wall in Germany that plays music when it rains!!!!

Sapporo, Japan

Pyramids & More - Secrets, Myths and Facts
THE STONE BALLS OF COSTA RICA (probably between 200 BC - 800 AD).
HOW OLD are they really and for WHAT PURPOSE they were made?

The balls range in size from only a few centimeters to over two meters in diameter. It has been estimated that the largest ones weigh over 16 TONS(!).

During the past 65-years there has been considerable commentary about the "Stone Balls" of Costa Rica, but very little hard analysis leading to some understanding of what they could have been used for.

Early 20th century archaeologists like Doris Stone and Samuel Lothrop investigated a number of sites and left us with a partial record of where some of the huge and smaller spheres were sitting "in situ", as well as the widely variable dimensions of carefully measured stones.

Were it not for their pioneering work, it's doubtful that there would be any chance whatsoever of seriously addressing the question of "function", based upon "position", as most of the stones have now been taken away to serve in a new capacity as "garden ornaments".

As it stands, it's now the 11th hour for these archaeological wonders, and unless some major analysis and serious scientific work is undertaken in the next few years before the last of the old-timers of the Diquis Delta die off, then we will have no hope of knowing the exact positions where the stones formerly resided and that knowledge is absolutely imperative to any understanding of their purpose.



"The Mogao Caves, or Mogao Grottoes (also known as the Caves of the Thousand Buddhas and Dunhuang Caves) form a system of 492 temples 25 km at the southeast of the center of Dunhuang, an oasis strategically located at a religious and cultural crossroads on the Silk Road, in Gansu province, China".



The Igloo Village at Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland
It boasts 20 thermal glass igloos that allow visitors to enjoy incredible views of the Aurora Borealis from the warmth and comfort of their own geodesic hut!

The Leshan Giant Buddha

The Sawyer Glacier in Alaska where the glacier meets the ocean.

This is a "bio" bridge in The Netherlands that lets wildlife migrate and intermingle more freely, and keeps them more safely out of dangerous traffic. That nation has erected hundreds of such structures.

Gardening Apartment, Thailand

Ellora Caves - India