An interesting triangle of archeologial ancient sites and 2 weather ball radars.
It is interesting the way it happened to find it. I was investigating that 3 archeological sites of North Italy are equidistant almost exactly, on a line that at 35 degrees points from North Italy to France, finding its end in Montpellier after passing trough Avignon (papal place).
After I joined the first 3 points that are Golasecca nectropolis, Cavaglià stone circles, Magic Mount Musine’ (near Turin), I prosecuted the line and found it hit a place with a interesting name Fort Mont-Dauphin (Dolphin Mountain).
Since I was using freemaptools.com to trace the line the software had a mind of its own and started adding extra points, which I had to remove, then again it went off and hit toward Livorno in Tuscany, where there is a weather ball radar. When I saw the shape It reminded me a trianglew and also the new is very relevant is also bisect another radas location. The site of Settepani in Liguria, near Finale Ligure. When I completed the traingle I saw that at least 2 archeo sites related to other civilisations where involved in the geometry.
The first site that occour is near Parma and it is the Votive Bath, the Vasca Votiva of Noceto a rectangulat constrution made with wood beams of 14 meters. The Terramare people built this and filled its compartments with water and then submerged the vootive offers objects and manufacts inside,
The second site is the Montorfano near Brescia, it has paleololythic era findings, and is said to be the oldest single mount of the Italian area. (formerly probably an island)
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