5 Mysteries of Ural

Mysteries of Ural

Posted on March 19, 2016 by team

Ural naturally divides Europe from Asia. This land keeps many secrets that have been puzzling scientists for centuries. We are going to tell about some of them in this publication.

But what’s more interesting about the cave is its gallery full of drawings made by primitive people. There are about 40 groups of the drawings, they are believed to be made almost fourteen thousand years ago. It’s mostly animals and geometric symbols (still unexplained) depicted on the cave walls.  Who knows, maybe this cave served as a temple for someone?

This human silhouette in the remotest place is probably the biggest mystery of the Ignatievka cave. Locals suppose it’s a miraculous image of the Virgin, they come there for a prayer. Scientists tend to believe that it was carved out of limestone by people who lived there centuries ago, so well-preserved it is due to special microclimate of the cave.


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5 Responses to “Mysteries of Ural”

  1. john dudley says:

    All those area’s are very beautiful.And the ancient settlements, all interesting.Thank’s for the posting.

  2. Chac Mool says:

    Excellent pics, especially those of mysterios Akraim

  3. Tianli Naturalpotent says:

    I LIKE YOUR POSTS. good job

  4. Tianli Naturalpotent says:

    Excellent pics

  5. Ray says:

    Thanks for the great pics,I have a great respect for all you guys and your beautiful country. Will always be checking this site out. Wishing peace to us all.

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