Asia: Geoglyphs / Ushtogay square

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PHOTO: Google 5049'58.52" 6519'34.58"

— 101 . 287 ! 112 - 19 . , 112 - 18 . , , 643 !

 

 

This weird thing is in Kazakhstan also but in comparison with the park, which obviously was made by the authorities, nobody knows who and why for made this strange squareness. It could be an idea of some eccentric designer or a job of an alien civilization. And of course, it might be shaped like that naturally. The Ushtogajsky square - represents a geometrical figure consisting of 101 embankments in the form of barrows. Length of the party of a square of 287 metres! Approximately on distance of 112 m from a northwest corner on a diagonal are located three rings in diameter of 19 metres everyone. On an opposite side, on distance of 112 metres from a southeast corner the embankment in diameter of 18 metres is located. If a square, rings and an embankment are a uniform figure the length of a figure makes 643 metres!


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Konstantin Samoilov 03.11.2016 19:38
The most famous Kazakh geoglyphs have interesting geometric features: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kazakhstan%27s_ancient_geoglyphs_schemes.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Kazakhstan%27s_geoglyph_%22Turgay_triradial_fylfot%22_hills_Complex_and_its_geometric_features.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Kazakhstan%27s_geoglyph_Ashtasti%27s_Large_cross_hills_Complex_and_its_geometric_features.jpg \ https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Kazakhstan%27s_geoglyph_Kogais_cross_hills_Complex_and_its_geometric_features.jpg .