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Uncovering the mystery of Japan's 'Stonehenge'
by Justyna Feicht
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28 April 2020
On 28 April 2020 BBC News reported:
The ancient Kanayama Megaliths are extraordinary in their complexity. Across three sites, the solar observatories accurately measure not only solstices and equinoxes but also leap years. But they would have been left hidden in the forest if it weren't for two people who stumbled upon some strange etchings in the stones.
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Without any scientific background, Yoshiki Kobayashi and Shiho Tokuda set out to understand how three of the the world's most sophisticated solar observatories worked.
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