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Launceston_Castle - 50°38'14.94" N 4°21'41.26" W

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Dinogetia_(castra) - 45°22'44.04" N 28°08'19.96" E

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Cuetlajuchitlan - 18°12'11.81" N 99°12'26.98" W

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Trelleborg - 55°23'38.76" N 11°15'54.82" E

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Khor_Rori - 17°02'20.13" N 54°26'03.51" E

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Khor_Rori - 17°02'20.13" N 54°26'03.51" E

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Visited this site in 2000 when at Salalah - not overly impressive when compared to other larger ruins but still interesting - it was being excavated by European team.

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Kin_Ya'a - 35°40'33.30" N 108°06'49.48" W

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Visited this site in 2000 when at Salalah - not overly impressive when compared to other larger ruins but still interesting - it was being excavated by European team.

It's a great pleasure having someone that's actually visited some of these sites comment on them. you are most welcome here...
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It's a great pleasure having someone that's actually visited some of these sites comment on them. you are most welcome here...

My pleasure when I have a few moments I'll look thru the entire collection and see how many of the places I've actually been too

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My pleasure when I have a few moments I'll look thru the entire collection and see how many of the places I've actually been too

Well a good idea but perhaps not practical went thru the first 3 pages and these are the ones I've been too

Stonehenge: 51°10'43.83"N 1°49'34.29"W

The Great Pyramids 29°58'34.83" N 31°07'59.12" E

The Parthenon 37°58'17.39" N 23°43'35.85" E

Roman coliseum 41°53'25.36" N 12°29'32.91" E

The Forum 41°53'15.12" N 12°29'15.09" E

Angkor Wat 13°24'44.25" N 103°52'00.90" E

Rhodes, Greece, Acropolis and stadium: 36°26'24.67"N, 28°12'40.86"E

Lindos, Greece Old Harbor (where certain Mr. Saint Paul shipwrecked), 36° 5'13.26"N, 28° 5'17.80"E

West Kennet Long Barrow 51.408603° N, 1.851389° W, Aberystwyth Castle 52°24'47"N 4°5'23"W

Dolbadarn Castle 53°6'59"N 4°6'51"W

Ancient Kamiros, 36°20'11.54"N, 27°55'16.32"E

Frankenstein Castle, Darmstadt, Germany: 49°47'35.76"N, 8°40'3.35"E

Tikal, Guatemala. 17°13'20"N 89°37'29"W

Petra, Jordan. 30°19'45.46" N 35°26'32.10" E

Easter Island. 27°05'48.73" S 109°15'06.93" W

Vesuvius: 40˚49'16.78"N 14˚25'32.91"E

Circus Maximus: 41˚53'11.75"N 12˚29'04.71"E

Unfinished obelisk: 24˚04'37.35"N 32˚53'43.93"E

Great Aten Temple: 27˚38'57.30"N 30˚54'14.35"E

Umm el-Qaab: 26˚10'29.80"N 31˚54'29.39E

Hatshepsut mortuary temple: 25˚44'17.64"N 32˚36'24.85"E

Malqata Palace: 25˚42'55.17"N 32˚35'27.80"E

Deir el Medina: 25˚43'40.87"N 32˚36'04.87"E

Senusret III pyramid: 29˚49'08.39"N 31˚13'31.83"E

Colosseum, Pompeii, Italy. 40°45'04.15" N 14°29'42.86" E

Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt. 25°43'03.61" N 32°39'28.36" E

My top three of these: Easter Island, Tikal and Ancient Kamiros

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Amphitheater of Civitas Silvanectium - 49°12'18.63" N 2°34'31.58" E

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Nicopolis ad Istrum - 43°13'04.43" N  25°36'43.45" E


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Almendres Cromlech - 38°33'26.92" N   8°03'40.50" W

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La Quemada - 22°27'24.69" N 102°49'16.09" W

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Su Nuraxi - 39°42'21.45" N   8°59'27.47" E

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I ran accross some crazy article claiming a weird design in the desert in China today and just to see if it was real I went and looked via google earth, according to the coordinates.  There in fact is some large weird design there, I also noticed some other stuff nearby, where someone "may" be excavating something?  The coordinates for what may be an excavation near the design are....   40 deg  27'44.9" N 93 deg 22'21.o2" E.  There is a well marked road of travel to and from the site.  Next to this site is a very large weird square, maybe a large exploratory excavation, farming?

 

No idea what any of this is, but interesting to look at... This is located SE of Xinjiang  and due S of Govi-Altai.  The design is to the right of a large light colored square in the earth and the ruins are just past the north edge of the large light colored square.

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Doesnt surprise me  , I  have seen pretty far out stuff G E ng China .   Especially up in the foothills behind Hotan  - Tashidashixiang , - a perfect place for a bandit settlement ( near the silk route  via Hotan )  .  Its like a mini    version of the greater basin all along the north of that silk route, it has a river with two watersheds that flow towards the central part of the river then appears to disappear underground.  A huge mine there with a giant black hole, a ring of white in the centre and black inside that . And some of the structures along that river !  Looks like a combo of farming , mining housing  and  prison cells  .....   who knows , there, it might be all of the above combined  . 

(my  GM does not recognise the co ordinates   in above post ) 

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On 2/16/2017 at 8:58 PM, back to earth said:

(my  GM does not recognise the co ordinates   in above post ) 

This should work, it doe's in Google Earth - 40°27'44.9" N   93°22'21.02" E

I don't know what the features are, but I wonder if they are old military constructions. There are what look like air fields here - 40°28'49.71" N  93°29'33.32" E , and another abstract here 40°27'04.28" N  93°44'34.15" E

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Xiaohe Tomb complex - 40°20'11.05" N  88°40'20.19" E

 

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On 2/18/2017 at 4:18 AM, Pax Unum said:

This should work, it doe's in Google Earth - 40°27'44.9" N   93°22'21.02" E

I don't know what the features are, but I wonder if they are old military constructions. There are what look like air fields here - 40°28'49.71" N  93°29'33.32" E , and another abstract here 40°27'04.28" N  93°44'34.15" E

Curious.  There's is a panaramio photo integrated in Google Earth at the second abstract location showing the design is on the ground and not some imagery abstract.

Also zooming in reveals an interesting drawing.

MDagger

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Stoplesteinan stone circle - 58°26'22.59" N   6°00'51.76" E

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On 3/26/2016 at 2:21 AM, Hanslune said:

Well a good idea but perhaps not practical went thru the first 3 pages and these are the ones I've been too

Stonehenge: 51°10'43.83"N 1°49'34.29"W

The Great Pyramids 29°58'34.83" N 31°07'59.12" E

The Parthenon 37°58'17.39" N 23°43'35.85" E

Roman coliseum 41°53'25.36" N 12°29'32.91" E

The Forum 41°53'15.12" N 12°29'15.09" E

Angkor Wat 13°24'44.25" N 103°52'00.90" E

Rhodes, Greece, Acropolis and stadium: 36°26'24.67"N, 28°12'40.86"E

Lindos, Greece Old Harbor (where certain Mr. Saint Paul shipwrecked), 36° 5'13.26"N, 28° 5'17.80"E

West Kennet Long Barrow 51.408603° N, 1.851389° W, Aberystwyth Castle 52°24'47"N 4°5'23"W

Dolbadarn Castle 53°6'59"N 4°6'51"W

Ancient Kamiros, 36°20'11.54"N, 27°55'16.32"E

Frankenstein Castle, Darmstadt, Germany: 49°47'35.76"N, 8°40'3.35"E

Tikal, Guatemala. 17°13'20"N 89°37'29"W

Petra, Jordan. 30°19'45.46" N 35°26'32.10" E

Easter Island. 27°05'48.73" S 109°15'06.93" W

Vesuvius: 40˚49'16.78"N 14˚25'32.91"E

Circus Maximus: 41˚53'11.75"N 12˚29'04.71"E

Unfinished obelisk: 24˚04'37.35"N 32˚53'43.93"E

Great Aten Temple: 27˚38'57.30"N 30˚54'14.35"E

Umm el-Qaab: 26˚10'29.80"N 31˚54'29.39E

Hatshepsut mortuary temple: 25˚44'17.64"N 32˚36'24.85"E

Malqata Palace: 25˚42'55.17"N 32˚35'27.80"E

Deir el Medina: 25˚43'40.87"N 32˚36'04.87"E

Senusret III pyramid: 29˚49'08.39"N 31˚13'31.83"E

Colosseum, Pompeii, Italy. 40°45'04.15" N 14°29'42.86" E

Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt. 25°43'03.61" N 32°39'28.36" E

My top three of these: Easter Island, Tikal and Ancient Kamiros

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2 hours ago, The_Spartan said:

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Not that exhausting I happened to have lived in Europe for four years and the Middle East for 20+ years so I had plenty of time to see them - well spread out over time. The Central American sites I saw either as tourist or as a Mayanist in training at various field schools.

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Nuraghe_Santu_Antine - 40°29'11.35" N   8°46'11.24" E

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