- Created: Saturday, 09 May 2015 15:09
News reports in Portugal have stated that a huge underwater pyramid has been discovered between the islands of São Miguel and Terceira in the Azores. According to the reports, the pyramid is perfectly square, and oriented by its cardinal points.
The Azores are an interesting region which consists of a chain of nine volcanic islands in three main groups that are roughly 930 miles west of the capital, Lisbon. They are all situated around the fault lines between the North American, Eurasian and African tectonic plates.
The pyramid was found in an area of the mid-Atlantic and it is believed that the structure has been underwater for about 20,000 years, which is considered to be the time of the last ice age where glaciers were melting.