The ruins of the huge city of Moenjodaro – built entirely of unbaked brick in the 3rd millennium B.C. – lie in the Indus valley. The acropolis, set on high embankments, the ramparts, and the lower town, which is laid out according to strict rules, provide evidence of an early system of town planning.
Nubia. The number of pyramids in ancient Nubia (aka Kush & today Sudan) were a total of 223, (Kerma, Napata, Nuri, Naga, and Meroe), double the pyramids of its neighbor Egypt. The underground graves of the Nubian pyramids were richly decorated. All pyramids were not monuments of kings is evinced by their great number.
Judaculla Rock, Sylva, North Carolina...one of my most favorite spots. Archaeologists believe may be 2,000 to 3,000 years old. Local Indian legend claims it relates to the slant eyed giant who marked his territory... a must see!
Puma Punku...the laser-cut precision is astounding!!!. Built by Aymara Indians, estimated to be 14,000 years old. The structure is made of Diorite (one of the hardest stone on Earth), the only other stone that can cut it is Diamond!