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Japan's Underwater Pyramids

Neanderthals may have become extinct in Europe some ten thousand years earlier than scientists currently think, a new radiocarbon dating study suggests. Over the past 20 years, it has become widely accepted that the Iberian peninsula - modern day Spain and Portugal - served as a kind of refuge for the last remaining Neanderthals, who survived there five or ten thousand years longer than they did elsewhere in Europe.

Ponta da Piedade on Algarve Coast, Portugal the perfect place for a writing retreat

Sunset at Zambujeira do Mar, a small sea side town on the coast of the Alentejo, Portugal

Pyramids Found in 2001 of the Coast of Cuba - about a Mile Underwater

About 15km from both Guimarães and Braga in Portugal, is one of the most impressive archeological sites in the country, the Citânia de Briteiros. Citânias (Celtic hill settlements) lie scattered throughout the Minho: remains of 27 have been identified along the coast, plus sixteen more in the region between Braga and Guimarães alone.

Iron age Celtic Gold earing discovered on the Algarve (South Portugal). On display at the National Museum of Archaeology, Lisbon, Portugal. Image: www.matriznet.dgp...

The Paranormalistics: Japan’s Underwater Pyramid