7.000 years ago, near the village Goseck near Leipzig, a huge circle of up to 1.800 oak trees towered into the sky. The Goseck solar observatory is much older than the Nebra sky disk, and even as a Stonehenge in England. After all, the henge was already 4800 BC. Chr. And is thus the oldest solar observatory in the world. The Goseck solar observatory is the legacy of a culture that is older than Egypt's pyramids and much of which is still hidden.
The solar observatory was discovered by an air survey in 1991 and in 2005 it was scientifically reconstructed on its original site. It consists of an almost fully circular ditch and two concentric rings of palisades. Three cheek-shaped portals point towards the north, the south-east and the south-west and serve as aims for the observation of the sun at the winter solstice.
Basil visited this mystical henge and noticed the conection to the mystical Nebra sky disk, witch is found not far away from this area, near the village Nebra.
After Basil left an amulet, for the next generations, he went to Nebra, to find the roots of the the mystical Nebra sky disk. But this is a different story and should be told another time.
Gaby took the fantastic photos ;-)