The Earthen Pyramids of Montevecchia: Altars to Unknown Gods (video)

The pyramids of Montevecchia, made of soil and stone, were brought to the attention of modern scientists in 2003 by Vincenzo di Gregorio, an Italian architect and independent researcher specializing in georadar (sound-wave) detection of underground features. The pyramids are located approximately 40 kilometers northeast of Milan and 15 kilometers south of Lecco in Lombardy Italy. Orthodox thinking speculates that these pyramids were built by modern farmers who terraced existing hills. But the stones occasionally visible beneath the terrace layers tell a different story. Independent researcher Nenad Djurdjevic noted several features of these giant structures indicating both an ancient and an artificial origin.

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