European archaeologists do not believe in pyramids in Bosnia
A group of local and international experts and enthusiasts started earlier this year excavations at the Visocica Hill near Visoko, believed to be hiding a pyramid built by an unknown ancient civilization. The leader of the project, Sarajevo-born American Semir Osmanagic, claimed that up to five pyramids have been hidden under several hills in the Visoko area, calling it Bosnian Pyramid Valley.
Despite some findings, including highly sophisticated satellite imagery of the terrain, which indicates certain geological anomalies in the area, Bosnian experts in history and archaeology refused to back Osmanagic\'s theory, accusing him of amateurism.
Even though last month an Egyptian geologist, expert in pyramids said he believed in the existence of pyramids in Visoko, professor Harding said he does not believe that the polished stone blocks at the Visocica hill were made by humans, rather by the nature.
Earlier this month the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) said it would send a team of experts to search the alleged pyramids. Regardless different claims, alleged pyramids in Visoko already became new tourist attraction in Bosnia, bringing more and more local and foreign tourists to Visoko.