Underwater Pyramidal Structure Discovered Off the Coast of the Azores

On September 19, 2013, an underwater pyramidal structure was identified at a depth of 40 meters off the coast of Terceira Island during a recreational trip by a private yacht owner, Diocleciano Silva. The pyramid is estimated to be approximately 60 meters high and was identified by GPS digital technology.

The pyramid is perfectly shaped and apparently oriented by the cardinal directions

Archeologists from the Portuguese Association of Archeological Research (APIA) have identified archeological evidence on the Azorean archipelago that supports their belief that human occupation of the Azores predates the arrival of the Portuguese by many thousands of years, possibly even of a Carthaginian or Atlantean civilization.

APIA articles:
Subaquatic Pyramidal Structure
Prehistoric Rock Art
Carthaginian Temples

The Archipelago of the Azores is composed of nine volcanic islands situated in the North Atlantic Ocean, and is located about 1,500 km west of Lisbon and about 1,900 km southeast of Newfoundland. Wikipedia

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