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Puma Punku is part of a big series of monuments of the site of Tiahuanaco in Bolivia. Its name means “The Door of the Puma”.
The interesting technological marvel of its modular construction system remains one of the mysteries of the past. Puma Punku is one of the hardest to describe archaeological sites of old. Positioned at the height of four thousand meters, some estimate that those Pumapunku is among the oldest ruins of the world.
No one knows who designed and built Puma Punku, it what was its use. The Mystery of Pumapunku remains that both archaeologists and academic historians, and researchers “alternative” which investigates the theory advanced prehistoric civilization or Ancient contact Astronaut no land. Puma Punku is part of the larger series of Tiahuanaco (Tiwanaku), a large archaeological site near the south-eastern shore of Lake Titicaca and about seventy-two km west of La Paz, the seat of the Bolivian government.
In history, it is said that the nearby temple of Tiwanaku was built to celebrate the arrival in Puma Punku the gods came from the sky. The Mystery of Puma Punku is the precision and complexity of the structures that pervade the ruin: finely carved doors and heavy stone blocks up to one-hundred thirty tons perfectly smooth, without the slightest trace of chisel marks.
But what confuses engineers is the presence of mysterious stone carvings in the shape of “H” all the same size. They think it might be some kind fo serial number. The sanding block is rounded and smooth, the virtually perfect millimeter ruts and grooves in the corners of the stone blocks look like they were made by machines due to how precisely everything fits with one another.
The blocks were joined and fixed with the use of metal staples. The Pumapunku blocks are made of granite and diorite. The diorite is a rock of volcanic origin lasts almost like a diamond: the quarries of diorite closer to the site are more than sixty km away.
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