Structural man-made marvels can be found all over the world. Visit any city or landmark, and you’ll see a plethora of architecture that’s as fascinating as it is impressive.
Sometimes, though, the origin of these epic creations is shrouded in mystery. No one is quite sure who the original creators were. This adds an element of secrecy that excites both historians and visitors.
The Xieng Khouang province in Laos is the site of some of the most intriguing and mysterious artifacts ever found. The plot of land is littered with enormous stone jars—and the origin of these massive structures has left historians scratching their heads.