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PaleoSeti archaeology and trips to ancient places
I would like to take you along to some ancient archeological sites and places I have visited over the years. I'm sure you will know some of the places from movies and TV, but maybe you will also encounter places you never heard before.

It would be my greatest joy if I enourage you to visit those places yourself. Go there and draw your own conclusions. Don't believe blindly in everything books tell you no author ever tells you the full story. 

Please check back here once in a while as I will add new places all the time.

If you are interested in traveling, adventure and the stories that come with it, click here. You will get to a little page of adventures and anekdotes - big and small - that happend over the years. Those pages are not necessarily related to PaleoSeti research.

Please click on the map of the world below. You can click on a continent that interest you and you will get in a sub-menu were you can choose countries etc.
So far I have Europe and the Americas online..

Visited countries:

1985 - 1990 (just listed): Greece (Crete, 2xSamos, 2xRhodes), 10xItaly, 8x Tunesia, Israel, Sweden, Iceland, Canary Islands, Canada, USA, Turkey, Portugal, Denmark.

Summer 1991: England, Scotland, Orkney Islands.
Summer 1993: England, Scotland, Island of Skye
Summer 1994:
Summer 1995: France, Carnac, Gavrinis etc.
Summer 1997: England, Scotland, Outer Hebrides (Callanish etc.)
Spring 1998: South Africa
Fall 1998: Immigration to Canada
Winter 2000
: New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is highly recommended for everybody that is interested in Paleo-Seti 
Spring 2001
: Mexico, Yucatan. Tulum, Chichen Itza, Coba.
Spring/Summer 2002
: Expeditions to the dolmens and megaliths of Nova Scotia, Canada
Fall 2002: 6 weeks USA. New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado. Focus: Rock carving and Paintings.
Fall 2003:
New England, USA. Visit of "America's Stonehenge".
Spring 2004: Peru, Bolivia. Focus: Cusco, Sacsayhuaman, Nazca, Tiahuanacu.

April 2005: Mexico, Teothiuacan, Chichen Itza, Palenque
May 2009: Peru. Focus: Nazca (Palpa Lines), Saqsayhuaman, Machu Pichu
October 2013: Ecuador (National Museum in Quito)