Ancient circular cities

Circular plan for the city is not a new idea. We have still ruins of circular ancient cities on the planet.

Arkaim, discovered in 1987 and considered most ancient Slavic-Aryan town in Russia, situated in the steppe of the Southern Ural. Arkaim is attributed to the early Indo-Europeans of the Sintashta culture, which some scholars believe represents the proto-Indo-Iranians before their split into different groups and migration to Central Asia and from there to Persia and India and other parts of Eurasia.

Iran’s first circular city Darabgard historical city, considered as one of the oldest cities of Iran and the world.

Kuhikugu is an archaeological site located in Brazil, at the headwaters of the Xingu River, in the Amazon Rainforest. Kuhikugu was first uncovered by anthropologist Michael Heckenberger, working alongside the local Kuikuro people, who are the likely descendants of the original inhabitants of Kuhikugu. Possibly legends regarding Kuhikugu may have influenced the British explorer Lieutenant Colonel Percy Fawcett to go on his last expedition in 1925, looking for what he called "City Z."

Great philosopher Plato, who laid the foundations of Western philosophy and science, have mentioned already circular city describing the lost city of Atlantis.



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