Siberian Stonehenge (2017)

Siberian Stonehenge

The so called “Siberian Stonehenge” is apparently on of the oldest astronomical observatories in the world. It’s age is about 16,000 years old. The ancient inhabitants of this valley daily observed the sunset, the sunrise and the moon. It is believed that these ancient Siberians were able to use a combination of giant rocks and chinks in the stony landscape to make their astronomical observations, including identifying a point where the sun rises on the summer solstice.