#11 Someone Tell Hitler?
Rural areas in Kazakhstan have long been known for their unique geoglyph patterns. That is, ancient mounds of packed earth and timber created to decorate the countryside. This glyph, however, is quite different. It resembles a swastika! Thankfully, archeologists have been able to carbon date the site back 12,000 years (long before the swastika was affiliated with the Nazi Party), making this nothing more than a strange coincidence.
Another cool find from Kazakhstan is coming up on slide 1!