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August 20, 2013 in Planet Earth SOURCE: Unexplained Things Are Out There This time our pyramids quest takes us to the city of Vladivostok Russia, Once host the the main naval base of the Soviet Pacific (forigens could not reach it during the Soviet years). After the collapse of the Soviet regime, Vladivostok became open for business, though it remains a distant and hard-to-reach city. The land around Vladivostok is even more difficult to reach; yet one young Russian student, Maxim Yakovenko, thinks he may have discovered a geological feature that is anomalous – if not a pyramid. The suspected pyramids are located in Nakhodka, which became the primary deep water port in the Russian Far East when Vladivostok was closed off to foreigners between 1950 and 1991. Near the mouth of the Partizanskaya river, two hills display a pyramidal form. They are named Sestra (Sister) and Brat (Brother). Sestra’s height is 319 metres and resembles the shape of a pyramid. Its neighbour – and literally brother – is named Brat, 2.1 miles NNE from Sestra. Brat resembles a platform pyramid, but this is due to recent human intervention: in the 1960s, stone was quarried from the top. This reduced the site from an original height of 320.5 metres to its present height of 242 metres.Read more at: <a href=”http://www.etupdates.com/2013/08/20/twin-pyramid-hills-in-russia/?utm_source=feedburner&amp;utm_medium=email&amp;utm_campaign=Feed%3A+etupdates+%28ET.Updates+%7C%7C+Latest+News%29#.UhUguz-DmSo”>http://www.etupdates.com/2013/08/20/twin-pyramid-hills-in-russia/?utm_source=feedburner&amp;utm_medium=email&amp;utm_campaign=Feed%3A+etupdates+%28ET.Updates+%7C%7C+Latest+News%29#.UhUguz-DmSo | ET. Updates</a>

August 20, 2013 in Planet Earth SOURCE: Unexplained Things Are Out There This time our pyramids quest takes us to the city of Vladivostok Russia, Once host the the main naval base of the Soviet Pacific (forigens could not reach it during the Soviet years). After the collapse of the Soviet regime, Vladivostok became open for business, though it remains a distant and hard-to-reach city. The land around Vladivostok is even more difficult to reach; yet one young Russian student, Maxim Yakovenko, thinks he may have discovered a geological feature that is anomalous – if not a pyramid. The suspected pyramids are located in Nakhodka, which became the primary deep water port in the Russian Far East when Vladivostok was closed off to foreigners between 1950 and 1991. Near the mouth of the Partizanskaya river, two hills display a pyramidal form. They are named Sestra (Sister) and Brat (Brother). Sestra’s height is 319 metres and resembles the shape of a pyramid. Its neighbour – and literally brother – is named Brat, 2.1 miles NNE from Sestra. Brat resembles a platform pyramid, but this is due to recent human intervention: in the 1960s, stone was quarried from the top. This reduced the site from an original height of 320.5 metres to its present height of 242 metres.Read more at: http://www.etupdates.com/2013/08/20/twin-pyramid-hills-in-russia/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+etupdates+%28ET.Updates+%7C%7C+Latest+News%29#.UhUguz-DmSo | ET. Updates