by David Leeflang in Cool Travel on Wednesday 28 November 2012

Over the last six years or so, Dr. Semir Osmanagic and his intrepid team have been busy attempting the sell to the world the idea of prehistoric pyramids in Bosnia. They’ve found man-made slabs (umm, natural rock), tiles (err, broken rock) and tunnels (hmm, ancient aquifers?), claiming that the structure was possibly built up to 12,000 years ago. I’m all for the odd theory that can explain the anomalies of the ancient world, and no piece of architecture inspires a grander sense of awe than the world’s ancient pyramids. But the good doctor’s claims have been derided by many archaeologists. Then again, man did once believe that the Earth was flat.