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A metal monolith identical to the one recently found in Utah has appeared on a hillside in Romania, just metres away from a historic fortress. The structure was found on BatcaDoamnei Hill in the city of Piatra Neamt, which is situated in Romania’s north-eastern Neamt County, on 26 November.  Officials say they still do not know who the monolith belongs to, and have launched an investigation into why it’s there. The monolith – which has a height of around four metres – was discovered close to the Petrodava Dacian Fortress, a well-known archaeological landmark.  The fortress is the oldest historical monument in Piatra Neamt, and is believed to have been destroyed by the Romans in the 2nd Century AD – although the remains can still be seen today in the form of parts of the city wall.  The shiny monolith has appeared just metres away, with one side facing Mount Ceahlau, known locally as the Holy Mountain. It is one of the country’s most famous mountains, and is also listed as o

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