Romanian monolith revealed after Utah monolith disappears, local mayor is ‘honored’

The peculiar mysterious monolith case has gone international.

A metal monolith has appeared in Romania, with reports arising after a perplexing 10-foot metal structure was found embedded in rock in remote Utah, only to disappear 10 days later. 

The most recent pillar, triangular in form, was found on Batca Doamnei Hill in the northern Romanian city of Piatra Neamt – close to the Petrodava Dacian Fortress archeological landmark.

The mayor of Piatra Neamt, Andrei Carabelea, welcomed the discovery with a humorous Facebook statement on Nov. 28, the day after a similar structure went missing in Utah.

“The universe chose,” Carabelea wrote, promising it was “nothing scary. Or at least, there is no reason to panic for those who believe that there is still life in the universe.”

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