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El Tintero (meaning inkwell) is a place in Cuélap, Amazonas Region, Peru. It is placed in the south end of the biggest anden and it is characterized for being a circular turret in the shape of an inverted cone, a challenge to the laws of gravity. Recent theories range from ill-conceived granaries to Tesla-esque energy towers. All of these cone-like turrets is blown out on the southwest side suggesting an explosion dictated by the polarity of the earth.
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