We can Kurgan
As we often write here, as we humans get more clever, we often discover magical places and things that sometimes make us question our own “superiority,” even with our intellectual and technical prowess.
A good example is the Royal Kurgan of Kerch.
The Royal Kurgan, also called the Tsarskiy Kurgan, is one of the most impressive tumuli, or burial mounds, in the eastern Crimea. The tomb, with its uniquely sloped entranceway, is located in the present-day town of Kerch, which was the ancient Greek town of Panticapaion (Παντικάπαιον), or Panticapaeum, founded in the late seventh or early sixth century BC.
Read more here courtesy of GreekReporter.com