Archaeologists discover extraordinary Tomb in Central China

Archaeologists discover extraordinary Tomb in Central China

A tomb was found with a pyramid and tube-shaped construction inside at a construction site in Zhengzhou, central China. It is unknown who is responsible for this and some people claim the estimated age is over 2,000 years old, this reported Daily Mail yesterday.

The place where they were found the tomb was first a habitable environment of a village that had to make room for a new residential compound. The locals were greatly surprised by this discovery.

In addition to a pyramid-like shape tomb, a tube-shaped tomb was found too the age is estimated more than 2,000 years. Both of them are located in the same chamber with a dimension of 98 feet (30 meters) long and 26 feet (eight meters) wide.

The tomb needs to be analyzed to find out the exact age, owner and why the ‘pyramid of Zhengzhou’ is built.

More Pyramids

Besides the pyramid of Zhengzhou, there are even more great pyramids to discover in China. There’s the 1,000-ft Great White Pyramid near the ancient capital of Xi’an. The Burma Tibetian Pyramid, spotted by US pilots, the 31.58 by 31.58 meters square and 12.4 meters high Zangkunchong Step Pyramid.

Below, the video of the great discovery in Zhengzhou.

Heathcliff Spencer Peters is an impartial and independent investigative journalist whose stories have appeared in The Sun, Express, Dailymail, nationwide Italian and Spanish television, and over 10 countries.