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Strange Buildings Found On Google Earth In the Egyptian Desert And Nobody Knows What They Are

Strange Buildings Found On Google Earth In the Egyptian Desert And Nobody Knows What They Are

Google Earth has definitely been one of the most useful pieces of technology to come out in the last 20 years. You are a simple click away from being able to see any place on Earth(except for a few that are blacked out). It can also be a source of mystery too, as one user recently found out. He was using the technology to explore a part of Egypt to look for UFO’s, when he spotted something in the middle of the desert. He zoomed in and was perplexed by what he saw. It was a structure, but it definitely didn’t look like any structure that a sane human would build. Maybe an alien would though. Check out the pictures for yourself and tell us what you think it is!

The structure is located just outside of Cairo, Egypt. UFO hunters spotted it when they were using Google Earth to search for evidence.

Strange Buildings Found On Google Earth In the Egyptian Desert And Nobody Knows What They Are
Google Earth

There are two pointed structures, one of which is surrounded by some circular formations.

Strange Buildings Found On Google Earth In the Egyptian Desert And Nobody Knows What They Are
Google Earth

There isn’t much known about the buildings, which only adds to the theories that they could be alien structures.

Strange Buildings Found On Google Earth In the Egyptian Desert And Nobody Knows What They Are
Google Earth

What do you all think, could these be the structures of aliens? I’m gonna go ahead and say not, but the lack of information available on them does raise some questions. Personally, I think it would be really funny if they did turn out to be from the set of the new Star Wars movie. That way everyone would be right, they would actually be alien structures and they’d be linked to one of my favorite movie franchises in history.

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