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“Dissapointing”

Bosnian Pyramid - Visocica Hill
Ranked #1 of 4 things to do in Visoko
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Reviewed 13 October 2017

Ravne tunnels are 3 kilometers away from the pyramid. The pyramid is a hill, from the other side you can find the formations, but there are just bunch of rocks. There is no evidence that it is a pyramid, maybe something is spreading the energy about which they talk, but there actually is no proof of the pyramid formation (there are hundreds of identical hills). Not saying that this is total rubish or something, but there is nothing to see for a person who is not arhceologist, you can either believe funny stories about energy and about healing water or not. By the way you cannot drink the healing water from the cave but can buy 10 euros per bottle. Than there are chakra scanners before and after the pyramid. Important thing to see and understand, that there is no way to detect chakras by outside instrument and that according to yogi system there are 112 chakras in the body and two outside, they are showing only seven chakras. Why? Well because these are popular chakras. Everything seems to be made for quite gulible people, who tend to be "against the system". Maybe there is something there, but today there are ZERO EVIDENCE to see there.

9  Thank Paulius M
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Reviewed 24 September 2017

There's no way to go to the top of pyramid. In the middle of mountain is nice view to the town. Nice and a little funny view also to a meditating people on the road. Few huge stone blocks on the trail but I didn't feel the magic and energy of this place.

3  Thank PAT K
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Reviewed 18 September 2017

The alleged pyramid is just a hill like dozens of others with ruin on top. A complete waste of time going there. OK it is free and there is a nice lady in the cafe, and the views are nice enough. Forget the souvenir sellers with rubbish at inflated prices. My advice? Don't waste your time.

6  Thank ron d
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

We visited the 'pyramids' in August, 2017. Actually, the 'pyramid' is just a vaguely pyramid shaped natural mountain that you cannot visit at all. The 'visit' consists of crawling through some completely natural karst tunnels that are a dime a dozen in this region, and listening to some mind-numbingly inane commentary about how this was constructed by some prehistoric people and will one day, possibly, maybe, lead towards the 'pyramid' a few kilometres away where amazing mysteries may, possibly, perhaps, be discovered... Seriously, the stupidity of what is claimed is amazing, and it is hard to believe that any sane person could take this nonsense seriously, but apparently some do. The giveaway is what the guides actually say - it is complete nonsense. They obviously know nothing about science, yet use absurd scientistic jargon to argue that there are unknown radio frequencies, mysterious chakras, weird energy lines, unprecedented negative ion concentrations, unexplained health benefits, etc. here. They produce absolutely no credible evidence for any of this - indeed, every reputable scientist who ever examined these claims found them to be nonsense (check on Wikipedia!). You would need to be very ill-informed, very gullible and very poorly educated to believe any of this. So why do they do it? Obviously, the money. Its a great racket to get 12 euro per person in this poor country for the privilege to crawl through some natural crevices. In some weird way this 'attraction' also plays up to the badly challenged self-esteem needs of some Bosnians so they can claim that theirs is the first, oldest and most sophisticated civilisation we have ever known... Save your money, and see some of the truly remarkable historical and architectural treasures of Bosnia instead!

4  Thank jpfSydney
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Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

It is about time, when all people get know about this place. Go there now and you can sleep on the top of the biggest pyramind. We did it and it was amazing experience. If you don't believe in that pyramids, find YT channel bosnianpyramids for more info :)

4  Thank Matěj P
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