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This article contains a reference to artefacts held at the "Gympie Museum". There is a Gold Mining and Historical Museum at Gympie, but to the best of my knowledge this does not hold the alleged artefacts. Ive read there is also a Light Horse Museum at Gympie. At Imbil, about 40 kms from Gympie is the Museum of Wonders, but I believe this is a private museum also specialising in militaria.--Nickm57 11:20, 28 October 2007 (UTC)
I've just followed the link here from the article "1421: The Year China Discovered the World" and there is a referenced statement saying that the Gympie pyramid was constructed by an Italian farmer yet here it states that it was constructed by a Swiss horticulturist. Both statements have sourced evidence, so which is it? Anyone know more? —Preceding unsigned comment added by The evil jelly (talk • contribs) 10:55, 19 June 2009 (UTC)
I think it's the same thing. The terms "Italian" and "Swiss Italian" seem remarkably interchangable in nineteenth century Australia. See for example, the village of Yandoit in central Victoria. --Nickm57 (talk) 23:16, 19 June 2009 (UTC)