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Bull geoglyph twice as old as Nazca Lines & predating Uffington Horse discovered

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The discovery was made close to the village of Khondergey in the south-west of the Republic of Tuva, close to Russia’s border with Mongolia. 

The stone bull was part of an Early Bronze Era burial more than 4,000 years ago, making the geoglyth one thousand years older than England’s chalk-cut White Horse, and twice as old as the Nazca Lines in Peru. 

Only the backside of the bull with the hind legs and a tail was preserved, the front part was unwittingly destroyed in 1940s by road construction. 

This is the first such discovery not only for the Republic of Tuva, but across Central Asia.


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