Reports suggest that it was the oldest pyramid in Europe, built between 4000 and 3500 BC. The pyramid was over 50 meters high. It was destroyed more than half a century ago to pave the way for the highway.
Thousands of pyramids are scattered around the world. Yes, the most famous pyramids are the Egyptian pyramids, which are believed to have been built around 4,700 years ago when King Djoser conceived and commissioned the first stepped pyramid of stone.
But even before the majestic pyramid complex of Saqqara Djoser, ancient civilizations built stunning pyramids. One of the oldest examples of pyramids can be traced back to South America, present-day Brazil.
Archaeological excavations have shown that thousands of years ago, around 3000 BC, an ancient civilization built large pyramids from earthy materials. The Brazilian pyramids are considered the oldest on Earth.
However, unlike their Egyptian counterparts, which were built of stone and more durable materials, the Brazilian pyramids were mostly built from shells and served as temples.
After the Brazilian pyramids, other ancient cultures in South America also began building pyramids. The ancient city-state of Karal and their majestic pyramids are examples of the early development of the pyramids in history.
Eventually, pyramid addiction spread across the globe, and various civilizations built amazing pyramids. The largest pyramid on Earth is located in modern Mexico, in the city of Cholula. The Great Pyramid of Cholula, with a total volume of over 4.45 million cubic meters, is almost twice the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza, the total volume of which is estimated at about 2.5 million cubic meters.
The Great Pyramids were built in America. Another stunning example is the ancient city of Teotihuacan and its three pyramids: the Pyramid of the Sun, the Pyramid of the Moon, and the Temple of Quetzalcoatl.
But the pyramids are not unique to South, Central and North America. They are not unique to Egypt or Africa. The pyramids are scattered across the globe. Asia has countless pyramids in different sizes and designs.
Europe is also not lagging behind!
There are pyramids in France. Or at least there were pyramids.
Images that appeared to be a massive stepped pyramid near Saint Andre have been floating around the Internet for quite some time.
The reports on the Pyramid are scarce, and the little information available on the Internet has been passed on over the years, passing from one publication to the next.
However, we can say that the French pyramid of St. Andrew was a stunning example of pyramid building techniques in Europe, comparable in design to some of the most impressive pyramids erected in America or Africa.
It is said that the pyramid was over 50 meters high and the base was about 200 meters. According to reports located northeast of the city of Nice, the pyramid dates back to around 4000 BC, making it one of the oldest pyramids on the planet's surface, predating its Egyptian counterparts by more than a thousand years.
Despite its historical and archaeological significance, the pyramid was completely destroyed in 1970 to make way for the highway.
Another type of French pyramid.
The reports that flood the Internet suggest that no official archaeological excavations have been carried out at the Pyramid, and no research has been carried out on the site. This is a huge surprise, if there is no research done on the pyramid, then how did the pyramid become at least 6,000 years old?
The dating method must have come from somewhere, which means that someone had to study the structure before it was destroyed …
The Saint-André pyramid, located northeast of the city of Nice on the French Riviera, can be considered one of the largest pyramids on the European continent. Built using several steps of dry stones, the Pyramid once stood over 50 meters high and each side was about 200 meters long.
It bears a clear resemblance to other European pyramids such as the Barnenes Pyramid and the Guimar Pyramid. Although the exact date of its construction is shrouded in mystery, it is generally accepted that the pyramid was built between 4000-3500. BC.
This, according to exo-spirituality, coincides with the era when the Pelasgians, also called "sea peoples", settled in Europe, leaving their fertile lands in the basin of the present Black Sea, which gradually invaded the Mediterranean waters.
The pyramid of St. Andrew is an important historical evidence of European civilization that lived on the continent before the advent of the Roman Empire and Christianity.
However, despite its importance, the Pyramid was completely demolished in the late 1970s to make way for the motorway east of Nice.
Photos taken by scrupulous observers just before its demolition testify to its impressive size …