How many Bosnian pyramids are there?
In June 2006, Sulejman Tihic, then chairman of Bosnia’s three-member presidency, endorsed the foundation’s work. “One does not need to be a big expert to see that those are the remains of three pyramids,” he told journalists at a summit of Balkan presidents.
Who discovered the Bosnian Pyramids?
Dr. Semir Osmanagic
The Bosnian Pyramids were discovered in 2005, by Bosnian national, Dr. Semir Osmanagic. Osmanagic obtained his doctorate in the Sociology of History from the University of Sarajevo, but later moved to Houston, Texas, during the Yugoslav War of the 1990s.
What is inside Bosnian pyramids?
The ‘pyramid’ is composed of the same matter as mountains in the area; layers of conglomerate, clay and sandstone.
Are the Bosnian pyramids natural?
Direct study of the site by geologists, archaeologists, and other scientists have demonstrated that the hills are natural formations known as flatirons, and that there is no evidence that they were shaped by human construction.
Did Osmanagić name the Bosnian pyramids?
Bosnian pyramid claims. He has named the two largest hills as the ‘Pyramid of the Sun’ and the ‘Pyramid of the Moon’ (not to be confused with the genuine pyramids of the Sun and the Moon in Teotihuacan, Mexico ). Other hills have been named by Osmanagić as the pyramids of ‘Love’, ‘the Earth’ and ‘the Dragon’.
What is the’Bosnian pyramid’?
Bosnian pyramid claims. The ‘Bosnian pyramid complex’ is a pseudoarchaeological notion to explain the formation of a cluster of natural hills in central Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Are the Bosnian pyramids a hoax?
The European Association of Archaeologists has condemned the so-called ‘Bosnian pyramids’ as a “cruel hoax;” along with various other scholars, they are also concerned about damage being done to genuine archaeological and paleontological sites: a medieval Bosnian castle, Roman fortifications, and some even more ancient remains.
Do Bosnian’pyramids’shunned by archaeologists still draw tourists?
Merseyside Skeptics Society. Retrieved 7 February 2018. ^ “Bosnian ‘pyramids’, shunned by archaeologists, still draw tourists”. Euronews. 4 October 2017. ^ Jusuf Ramadanovic (18 September 2008).