Odd Shape Dis­cov­ered on a Moun­tain in Kur­dis­tan

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS BAR -

While go­ing on a pic­nic in the mountainous ar­eas of Kur­dis­tan Re­gion, a pro­fes­sor has re­cently dis­cov­ered an odd shape on the rocks of the mount Bra­dost.

Ac­cord­ing to the pic­tures taken by the Kur­dish pro­fes­sor, the rocks on the mount Bra­dost of north­ern Er­bil prov­ince re­sem­ble the face of a hu­man be­ing, and it has re­cently at­tract- ed many peo­ple from the sur­round­ing ar­eas.

There is an im­pass­able small cave shap­ing the fig­ure’s mouth and lo­cals have named the cave “Bas­toon.”

The odd fig­ure lays on a chain of moun­tains where few other arche­o­logic sites are lo­cated, in­clud­ing the Shanadar Cave which dates back thou­sands of years ago.

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