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A metallic monolith similar to the one in Utah appears on a beach on the Costa Brava


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Tuesday, March 30, 2021 –
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It is a metallic monolith over two meters high and similar to those that also appeared in the United Kingdom, Romania, Holland or Poland.

A metallic monolith similar to the one in Utah appears on the Costa Brava
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A metallic monolith of more than two meters high and similar to the one that appeared in November 2020 in the desert of Utah (USA) has appeared this Tuesday on the beach of Sa Conca from the municipality of Castell-Platja d’Aro (Girona), on the Costa Brava.

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A spokesman for the town hall of this town has confirmed the finding to EFE, without knowing for the moment its origin nor its specific characteristics.

Since that monolith was found in Utah, others have appeared in different countries such as the United Kingdom, Romania, Holland or Poland, and social networks are already echoing the latter found in the core of S’Agar de Castell-Platja d ‘ Ring.

Is about a metallic column found on the sand and that it has been found at a time of large presence of visitors on the Costa Brava on the occasion of Holy Week.

The monolith resembles the one that appeared in the movie 2001. A space odyssey (1968), from Stanley Kubrick.

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The triangular metal block, more than 3.5 meters high, disappeared a few days from the desert, where it was found by local officials who were flying over the area in search of specimens of bighorn sheep.

Then the Utah state spatial planning office said it received “credible evidence” that someone had removed the object Friday night.

The office did not withdraw the structure, which is considered private property, “he said in a statement.

Apparently, four people, who did not identify themselves at the time, took the metal monolith from the desert one night in the presence of an Instagrammer.

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