Externally, the sanctuary looked like a real fortress on the high Bank of the Desna: a deep moat, a high horseshoe-shaped rampart and wooden walls (fence?) on the upper edge of the platform. The diameter of the rounded (now triangular) site was about 60 m, i.e. it was equal to the diameter of medium-sized marsh settlements.
The inner structure of the courtyard of the sanctuary-fortress was as follows: along the entire rampart, close to it was built in the Western part of the site a long, curved structure with a width of 6 m. its Length (including the collapsed part) should have been about 60 m. Continue reading
Zone 51 is a secret US military base that has not been mapped on any map of the world. Here, according to many ufologists and scientists, are the wreckage of alien aircraft and their bodies. In addition, research and testing of ultra-modern aircraft and weapons using alien technology is carried out here. Until recently, this base, located in the Nevada desert, was the biggest secret of the American government. The road leading to it is always quiet and deserted. For more than a hundred kilometers, a person will not meet a city, a locality, or a single sign. Only on the approach to the base itself begin to catch the eye of huge shields that warn “uninvited guests” from further progress, because there is a forbidden zone ahead.The approaches to Area 51 are patrolled by special military seal units. They drive white Cherokee jeeps with government license plates and try to avoid contact with visitors, unless, of course, the latter are overly curious. Continue reading
Ukraine is one of the largest countries in Europe, which holds many ncient secretsa and mysterious stories. Some locations from the Soviet era, as well as old castles, cause a sense of real fear, which attracts thrill-seekers. What places in Ukraine are avoided by local residents, but are welcomed by extreme all over the world – further in the review.
The accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant on April 26, 1986 dramatically changed the lives of millions of Soviet people, as well as the fate of surrounding villages.
Shortly before the disaster, the city of Pripyat was inhabited by 47 thousand people, but now no one lives here. Continue reading