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10TH WONDER OF THE WORLD - "PYRAMID OF JAPAN"

About 2000 years ago a Japanese ancient city was ruined by earthquake was down the waters off Yonaguni Jima,


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according to the marine geologist at the University of the Ryukyus of Japan, who w3orked hard on this project. He also added that"The largest structure looks like a complicated, monolithic, stepped pyramid that rises from a depth of 25 meters [82 feet]," at a scientific conference in June.

Though controversy arises with the Kimura's invention, but Robert Schoch of Boston University said "I'm not convinced that any of the major features or structures are manmade steps or
terraces, but that they're all natural," he also added that, "It's basic geology and classic stratigraphy for sandstones, which tend to break along planes and give you these very straight edges, particularly in an area with lots of faults and tectonic activity."

But this cultural property is not admired by the Japanese government's Agency for Cultural Affairs astonishingly. The government didn't take a step to protect the site from the intruders, which may affect the site.

A local diver first noticed in 1986 first discover Yonaguni Jima, an island that lies near the southern tip of Japan's Ryukyu archipelago,about 75 miles (120 kilometers) off the eastern coast of Taiwan which is the main place and unofficially renamed Iseki Hanto, or Ruins Point.

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