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Seditious instagram Secret telegram channel Materials When this was filled in with soil buildings only rise, researchers of the issue, the official historians had to laugh. They say it was built to bury the Windows and doors in the ground at 5 meters (probably in the hope that when they dig, so the Windows were already ready). Or is it the buildings slowly sunk into the ground. Sagged Yes whole streets, so exactly that the buildings no cracks while the current buildings shrink and are often uneven. Or is it the cultural layer was increased by 1 meter in 100 years. Well certainly. Why even sweep the streets and clean up the dirt. We always do this when dirt accumulates build a staircase to the 2nd floor, from the window of the 2nd floor make the door and now the 1st floor we have becomes a basement and the 2nd floor becomes the first. It's logical. Facts on buried buildings and cities every day accumulates more and more historians are not funny, and in the age of the Internet to hide the truth is no longer possible. Today we are ready to share with you a selection of 10 cities with buried ground floors and mysterious dungeons that haunt researchers. Moscow There are a lot of buried buildings in Moscow. You can again write off all this on sagging, cultural layers or" so built", but in 2017, during the reconstruction of the Moscow Polytechnic Museum, the eyes of researchers opened facts that baffled historians and the most ardent skeptics. The building is located on a hill, the video shows that the building was buried in some places for more than 5 meters. There are thousands of backfilled buildings in Moscow and this can not be attributed to the subsidence of the soil. All builders know that the new building shrinks in the first 3-5 years and in the future the process stops. In addition, there are thousands of kilometers of mysterious dungeons in the Capital. Nobody knows their exact length. Today we are told that these are sewer collectors and they were built from the 16th to the beginning of the 20th century with a depth in some places up to 6-8 meters. Can you actually imagine the volume of earthworks? Volume of bricks and construction work? Project documentation, logistics, roads? Historians assure us that all of this built men with shovels, axes and in bast shoes, and from transport were horse, sleighs and carts. Saint-Petersburg. St. Petersburg is a Paradise for the researcher, here where, as they say, no digging, everywhere puzzles and inconsistencies with the official version... Everywhere covered the first, and in some places the second floors and this despite the fact that the city is built on a swamp. Of course the official version, which today I believe probably only repulsed the followers of the story. Well, who will say that it buried the basement floors - why, sorry, in the flooded and especially wetlands to build basements? Yes, and much easier to build up than to bury down. No logic. Well, God bless them with the historians, we are interested in buried buildings and dungeons and here they are at every step. People walk around the Palace square and do not see that the main Museum of the country has at least one more floor underground. And this picture is everywhere. Let's say that this is after the flooding caused so much sand clay and so on. But the question is. Why didn't the streets clear after the floods? In Tbilisi in 2014 to clear streets there was all city. And then why is it not cleared? In St. Petersburg there is also an extensive network of dungeons for thousands of kilometers, which according to the official version were built under Peter and after the same men. It is poorly believed in it, especially considering that it was built all on the swamps, and it was necessary, among other things, to make high-quality waterproofing. Something similar tried in the 90-ies of the 20th century to do in Kazan, but could not, because of the groundwater and the strong rise in the cost of construction work, as a result, the construction of an underground gallery remained unfinished. This is just further and will be discussed.