The strange monolith found in the Utah Desert, which mysteriously vanished recently, seems to have reappeared again, except this time in Romania.
This obelisk is seemingly identical to the one found in Utah, standing at roughly 13 feet tall (the same height as the one in Utah) with a silver-toned body.
The obelisk was found on Batca Doamnei Hill near Piatra Neamt in Romania. According to local officials, the structure’s placement is considered illegal as permission is needed from Romania’s Ministry of Culture. While similar to the monolith in Utah, this object comes with a slightly different finish — a scratched up loop-de-loop texture. So far, the origins of this monolith remain unknown and no one has come forward yet to claim responsibility for the one in Utah either.
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