Secrets of Armenia’s Stone Henge

The name of Karahunj sounds similar to Stonehenge and is translated as “singing or sounding stones”. The Armenian observatory is similar and can be compared with the ancient stone construction in the north of Scotland, Karenish (kare nish in Armenian means stone sign), as well as with the stone construction in the north of France, Karnak (1876 BC) – written and pronounced similar to Karnish – and Newgrenge in Ireland (2500-2400 BC).

The Armenian scientists of ancient times could accurately measure latitude, knew that the earth is ball-shaped, and had an accurate calendar and many more…

According to newly started excavations, the Armenian Stonehenge (Karahunj) has a history of 7500 years. It’s discovery has sparked a scientific debate in astronomical and astrological circles.