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Pyramid of Sougia: The most unknown and unsolved mystery of Crete

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The Pyramid of Sougia, near the village of Moni in the province of Selinos, is one of those ancient monuments that, even today, do not have an absolute explanation for their meaning and use.

Crete is a wonderful island with a rich history and countless attractions for every visitor from any corner of the world to see and admire, regardless of whether they have set out to explore it, swim in its crystal clear waters and taste its unique, delicious cuisine .

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But what is its most unknown and mysterious attraction that few people know about? What would you say if they told you to go visit the Pyramid of Souya?

The Pyramid of Sougia, near the village of Moni in the province of Selinos, is one of those ancient monuments that, even today, do not have an absolute explanation for their meaning and use.

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It is probable from archaeologists that the small conical pyramid with a perimeter of 16 meters and a height of 4.60 meters served as a tomb of the Greco-Roman period, although no objects of research importance have been found in the carved room of 5 square meters.

Of course, there are many locals who know it as an “oven” as its burnt interior leads you to believe that it may have been used as a ceramics kiln in the past, hence the name that has been given to it in recent decades…

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