6,000-year-old monument swims in mystery at bottom of Lake Kinneret
Researchers believe the impressive cone-shaped structure comprising large rocks, that was discovered a decade ago, was man-made and originally built on dry land.
The thousands of tourists lounging on the beaches of Lake Kinneret in the north of Israel may be surprised to learn that beneath the surface of the lake's southwest corner sits an impressive rock structure in the shape of a perfect circle. The discovery was made by sonar in the summer of 2003 by Shmulik Marco, a senior researcher in the Geophysics Department of Tel Aviv University. But the mysterious...
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