The world is filled with mind-blowing man-made ancient places and wonders out there. If you want to find out more about the story of Earth and our place on this planet, there’s nothing like a trip back in time to a destination that has been around for eons.
This section will present the most interesting archaeological sites all over the world, as well as new discoveries of ancient places that are worth paying a visit.
The temple standing magnificently on a hill crescent is a unique example of monolithic temples in the sub Himalayan region. The entire complex contains about 15 sikhara temples and a rectangular water tank
Borobudur is one of the great monuments of Southeast Asia. It is a colossal Buddhist stupa that rises out of the rice paddies and palm trees with the nearby volcano Gunung Merapi in the distance. This mysterious and beautifully constructed monument has survived volcanic eruptions, a 2006 earthquake, and even terrorist bombs.
An ancient city constructed almost 1000 years ago and long since ruined, Great Zimbabwe was proof that black African culture, far from being inferior to colonial society, was in fact comparable. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Zimbabwe during the country’s Late Iron Age.
It might be difficult to imagine how an entire city can become lost in time, leaving nothing more than ruins in its wake. Whether due to war, natural disaster, climate change or other reasons, cities have risen and fallen throughout history.
Earth is Mysterious focuses on history, mythology and past civilizations that walked the earth. Discover beautiful places and Hidden wonders of this beautiful and mysterious earth. Explore lost civilizations, tour ancient places and latest archaeological finding.