As our world has seen various advances in technology, many more than 100 years ago our ancestors lived far more advanced than we are in many ways that are more advanced in technology and architecture than we can find today.
Every discovery by archaeologists is a testament to this. One of them is the path that researchers have recently discovered! Many paths have been found at the foot of a 3000-year-old temple in Peruvia.
Archaeologists are still struggling to gather enough evidence before reaching the final conclusions about the location of the 3,000-year-old temple in the Andes of Peru.
The Chavin de Huantar Temple is thousands of years old. It is located in the north-central part of the Andes. Once upon a time, this temple was the place of worship and administrative center of the people. Situated at an elevation of 3200 m above sea level, this temple has been under study for many years.
John Rick, an archaeologist at Stanford University, was involved in the study of the temple. According to his study, the tracks in it were discovered last May. At least 35 underground passages have been discovered, he said. It is said that there may be many more paths to this.
Most of the ancient temples have underground passages, one can only wonder what is special about them. The underground passages in this temple are all interconnected. The structure of these underground passages is astonishingly located, exemplified by advanced architecture and sophisticated workmanship.
Also, these paths are built like a network. Studies suggest that these may have been built between 1200 BC and 2000. The temple was declared a World Heritage Site in the year 1985.
Rick, who further explored these trails, said, ‘These trails are set as trails. But unlike other paths, they are very different. Along these paths, we find elements of many eras of structure that we have not yet seen or known much about. ”