The mysterious Irish “giant tomb” older than the pyramids and Stonehenge puzzles scientists
A mysterious tomb just a few miles from Dublin is older than the Pyramids of Giza and continues to confuse scientists.
When we think of ancient monuments, Newgrange in Ireland’s historic County Meath is often overlooked, but it is equally strange and impressive.
This tomb is an ancient miracle in Ireland, and its history can be traced back to around 3,200 BC.
This makes it six centuries older than the oldest pyramid in Egypt.
It is also 700 years older than Stonehenge.
From a distance, it looks like a big mountain, but it is actually a “passage tomb”, the interior is carefully decorated with stone carvings from the Neolithic Age.
The passage tomb is a stone structure that contains one or several tombs covered with grass.
Little is known about the people who are buried there, the people who built it, and how they built such a complex structure using only stone.
Generations of archaeologists have tried to decipher the mystery of the tomb and its strange kidney shape.
One feature that has plagued scientists for many years is how people in the Neolithic Age created a structure whose tombs and passages are illuminated by the winter solstice sun every year.
On Midwinter, about four and a half minutes after sunrise, light shines through the “roof box” of the tomb to illuminate the room.
Scientists were initially confused about the hole in the roof until they realized that it was meant to bring sunlight directly into the grave on the shortest day of the year.
Newgrange was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993 and can be visited by tourists.
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