Mysterious monolith pops up close to Turkish World Heritage website


Turkish authorities are investigating the looks of a mysterious monolith in southeastern Turkey.

The metallic block was discovered by a farmer on Friday in Sanliurfa province with previous Turkic script that reads “Take a look at the sky, see the moon.”

Turkish cops guard a monolith, discovered on an open subject close to Sanliurfa, southeastern Turkey, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021. The metallic block was discovered by a farmer Friday in Sanliurfa province with previous Turkic script that reads “Take a look at the sky, see the moon.” The monolith, 3 meters excessive (about 10 toes), was found close to UNESCO World Heritage website Gobeklitepe with its megalithic buildings relationship again to tenth millennium B.C. Turkish media reported Sunday that gendarmes have been wanting via CCTV footage and investigating automobiles which will have transported the monolith. Different mysterious monoliths have popped up and a few have disappeared in quite a few international locations since 2020. (Bekir Seyhanli/IHA through AP)

The monolith, 3 meters excessive (about 10 toes), was found close to the UNESCO World Heritage website named Gobekli Tepe, which has megalithic buildings relationship to the tenth millennium B.C., hundreds of years earlier than Stonehenge.

Turkish media reported Sunday that gendarmes have been wanting via CCTV footage and investigating automobiles which will have transported the monolith.

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Different mysterious monoliths have popped up and a few have disappeared in quite a few international locations in current months.

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