Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Indionesia’s Gunung Padang Turns Out to be ‘World’s Oldest’ Pyramid

A recent archaeological discovery challenges conventional wisdom about the capabilities of ancient civilizations, revealing what could be the world’s oldest pyramid, which is three times older than Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids.

Gunung Padang, a 98-foot-deep megalith located within a hill of lava rock in Indonesia, has been re-dated using radiocarbon techniques, unveiling its astonishing age.

Originally rediscovered by Dutch explorers in 1890, Gunung Padang is now recognized as both the world’s oldest pyramid and the oldest known man-made construction of its size.

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