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MissJatti

What is this?

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MissJatti

Went on holiday to India, whilst there we decided to take a train journey south, from Punjab to Mumbai, about 20 hour into the journey I spotted a single hill, there were no other hills around for miles. The more I looked at this hill, the more it looked like a huge pyramid. It was quite far away, but saw trees and vegetation like the ones seen on the so called ancient bosnian/chinese pyramids

what do you think?

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Rafterman

Not sure. But to me it looks like a natural formation that has been fortified and built upon at some point in the past.

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coldethyl

well heck i don't see a pic.

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MissJatti

dont know what happened but i hope you can this oneDaulatabad+Fort,+Aurangabad,+Maharashtra.jpg

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toast

Fort of Daulatabad:

http://en.wikipedia....ad,_Maharashtra

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Dark Howl

I wonder how old this site is? Looks like a ruined city, abandoned maybe and forested over.

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sea-dove

There's ancient pyramids all over the world actually, many havent as yet been offically realised as being so. Ive heard that there is one even somewhere in Australia. Thanks for sharing, that could be one..

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