Archaeologists have unearthed ancient building blocks that built the pyramids in Peru

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Peruvian researchers conducting excavations on the archaeological site of Sechin, Casma province, found five conical adobo — 4000-year-old building blocks.

The find was made in the ancient city of Sechin, located at an altitude of 90 meters above sea level, five kilometers from the modern city of Casma, the city of the province, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to facenews.ua.

This monument in 1937 was opened by the Peruvian archaeologist Julio Tello. The peculiarity of the city is that its main buildings were constructed from conical Adamov huge bricks from clay raw.

During excavations, archaeologists discovered five such blocks made around 2000 BC. That is, their age is about 4000 years.

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