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« Reply #45 on: December 31, 2011, 02:27:25 am »




"Stadium" is part of the underwater ruins area, so one can see the area is quite large. Tachigami-Iwa (some kilometers away) and San'ninu-dai are features above water that are possibly related to the underwater finds, and they are also discussed on this website.
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« Reply #46 on: December 31, 2011, 02:28:11 am »



Yonaguni, one of the Yaeyama Islands indicated by the box, is an invisible speck at the left of the box. In fact, it is the most western point of official Japan. The big island to its left is Taiwan, which is visible from it some days of the year. This picture clearly shows that Yonaguni is geologically more directly related to Taiwan than Japan. The islands half way to Japan are the Okinawa group of which the Yaeyama Islands are a formal part.

http://www.altarcheologie.nl/underwater_ruins/yonaguni/overview.htm
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