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The mysterious island, Por-Bajin, was found in the centre of a remote

1,300-year-old fortress-like structure on Siberian lake

The ruined structures have led experts to believe the island was used as a fortress or

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The Mystery Island Of Por-Bajin

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A reconstruction sought to show what the island could have looked like before it was ruined

Ancient lake FORTRESS in the deep in the mountains of Siberia, a total mystery to

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Isolated ruins! The fortress is connected to other land via a small walkway

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Mystery Island: Por-Bajin

The fortress is located about 3,800km from Moscow near the Mongolian border

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One of the tiles found at Por Bajin

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Por-Bajin, Russia - ancient fortress ruins on an island in the middle of Tere-Khol Lake in a distant corner of the Republic of Tyva build during the Uighur ...

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Inside the complex of Por Bajin

Por-Bajin in winter

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Por-Bazhyn from the air (looking northwest) before excavation in 2007. Author: Por-Bajin Fortress Foundation – CC BY 4.0

A remote outpost (Credit: Credit: John Zada)

Restoration work on the island

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The few artifacts unearthed at the site seem to date it to the mid-eighth

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1,300-year-old fortress-like structure on Siberian lake continues to mystify experts | Ancient Origins

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Small yards (left) running along Por-Bajin's walls each had a building in the center.

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Author: Por-Bajin Fortress Foundation – CC BY 4.0

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Photo credit: Denis Volkov/Siberian Times

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1,300-year-old fortress-like structure on Siberian lake continues to mystify experts | Ancient Origins

Irina Arzhantseva of the Russian Academy of Sciences is now digging here for the Por-

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Photo credit: www.por-bajin.ru

Walls of Por-Bajin

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The 'Birthplace of Winds' (Credit: Credit: John Zada)

Arctic tundra on Wrangel Island

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