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Now a mysterious Arthur C Clarke style monolith appears in ROMANIA after another disappears from Utah


Now a mysterious Arthur C Clarke-style monolith appears in ROMANIA after inexplicable metal disappears from Utah – so who (or what) put it there?

  • A mysterious monolith has appeared in Romania after another disappeared from Utah
  • The shiny triangular pillar was found on Batcas Doamnei Hill in the town of Piatra Neamt
  • One side of the structure faces towards Mount Ceahlau, known as Holy Mountain

In Romania, a mysterious metal monolith has emerged after another similar structure was removed by an "unknown party" in the remote Utah desert.

The shiny triangular pillar was found on Batca Doamnei Hill in the city of Piatra Neamt in northern Romania last Thursday.

It was discovered just a few meters from the well-known archaeological landmark Petrodava Dacian Fortress, the oldest historical monument in Piatra Neamt.

In Romania, a mysterious metal monolith has emerged after another similar structure was removed by an "unknown party" in the remote Utah desert.

The shiny triangular pillar was found on Batca Doamnei Hill in the city of Piatra Neamt in northern Romania last Thursday.

The shiny triangular pillar was found on Batca Doamnei Hill in the city of Piatra Neamt in northern Romania last Thursday.

It was discovered just a few meters from the well-known archaeological landmark Petrodava Dacian Fortress, the oldest historical monument in Piatra Neamt.

It was discovered just a few meters from the well-known archaeological landmark Petrodava Dacian Fortress, the oldest historical monument in Piatra Neamt.

The peculiar find comes after a similar monolith was found in the Utah desert, which sparked theories put down by aliens.

The pillar, which protruded about 12 feet out of the red rocks in southern Utah, was discovered last Wednesday by stunned local officials who counted bighorn sheep from the air.

However, the tripartite structure was removed by an "unknown party" on Friday evening, the Utah Bureau of Land Management said in a statement.

A mysterious monolith found in the remote Utah desert has been removed by an "unknown party", officials said

A mysterious monolith found in the remote Utah desert has been removed by an "unknown party", officials said

The shiny triangular pillar protruding about 12 feet out of the red rocks of southern Utah was discovered last Wednesday by amazed local officials who counted bighorn sheep from the air

The shiny triangular pillar protruding about 12 feet out of the red rocks of southern Utah was discovered last Wednesday by amazed local officials who counted bighorn sheep from the air

However, the tripartite structure was removed by an "unknown party" (pictured) on Friday evening, the Utah Bureau of Land Management said in a statement

However, the tripartite structure was removed by an "unknown party" (pictured) on Friday evening, the Utah Bureau of Land Management said in a statement

News of the Utah discovery quickly went viral online, with many noting the object's resemblance to the strange alien monoliths that spark leaps in human progress in Kubrick's classic science fiction film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

In Arthur C. Clarke's science fiction novel "Space Odyssey," which was released at the same time as the film, monoliths are machines built by an invisible alien species.

The first appears at the beginning of the story in prehistoric times.

The structures found in Utah and Romania are similar to the machines in Kubrick's classic science fiction film & # 39; 2001: A Space Odyssey & # 39; (Image)

The structures found in Utah and Romania are similar to the machines in Kubrick's classic science fiction film & # 39; 2001: A Space Odyssey & # 39; (Image)

In Romania, the triangular structure is about 13 feet tall and one side faces Mount Ceahlau, locally known as Sacred Mountain.

It is one of the most famous mountains in Romania and is considered one of the country's seven natural wonders.

Romanian officials still don't know who was responsible for building the mysterious monolith.

Rocsana Josanu, Culture and Heritage Officer at Neamt, said, “We have started investigating the strange appearance of the monolith.

“It's privately owned, but we still don't know who owns the monolith. It is located in a protected area at an archaeological site. & # 39;

She added, "Before they could install anything there, they needed our institution's permission, which then has to be approved by the Ministry of Culture."

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