Lady of Mali: 12,000-year-old Mount Sized Statue Found in Africa

The gigantic sculpture can be related to an ancient African civilization. The sculpture can be found at the border of Sierra Leone with Mali.

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There are countless undiscovered architectural natural wonders all around the world. Professor Angelo Pitoni discovered a peculiar stone within a diamond mine in 1990 in Sierra Leone, Africa.

According to researches carried out on the stone, it seems to be made of pure oxygen, and the color is given by an unknown agent.

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The gigantic sculpture can be related to an ancient African civilization. The sculpture can be found at the border of Sierra Leone with Mali.

It features a height of 1,500 meters and resembles the figure of a woman as if reaching out form the Mount Lour itself.

After some thorough inspections, the sculpture is estimated to be almost 12,000 years old.

During an interview, Angelo Pitoni claimed that the statue is located at the border with Mali.

The area is full of caves with mummies guarded by locals who say claim themselves to be ancestors of the Atlanteans.

Angelo Pitoni died in 2009 and took many secrets that he never revealed to the grave.

The Lady of Mali will definitely keep researchers busy for a while.

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