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Mystery Park
Mystery Park
Mystery Park
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Mystery Park Entrance building
Mystery Park Entrance building
Mystery Park Entrance building near Interlaken / Switzerland.
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Orient - Side Show
Orient - Side Show
Orient Side-Show at the Mystery Park
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Pre-classical stela of Tikal
Pre-classical stela of Tikal
Reconstruction of the pre-classical stela of Tikal. The picture was taken in the Maya-Sideshow in the Mystery Park.
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Relief (Orient-Pavilion)
Relief (Orient-Pavilion)
Reconstruction of a egyptian relief from Abydos showing how Goddess Isis gives a djed-pillar to the Pharao. The picture was taken in the Orient Side-Show of the Mystery Park.
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Robot
Robot
Robot in the Challenge-Pavilion at the Mystery Park.
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Rudolf Gantenbrink
Rudolf Gantenbrink
In 1993 the German engineer Rudolf Gantenbrink had a stroke of genius. Gantenbrink designed a sophisticated robot, a small high-tech caterpillar vehicle with laser beams and a built-in video camera. This is how the UPUAUT (Egyptian for "opener of the ways") project got started. The project began in the Queen's chamber in front of a small opening in a wall behind which, according to Egyptologists, there was hidden a short shaft of symbolic importance. The shaft ran horizontally for the first 2.3 meters; the rest ascend at a gradient of approx. 40°. That marvelous little robot inched along smooth walls, managed a few smaller accumulations of sand and clattered past natural stone. The headlights, mounted at the front end of the robot, shed light on scenes not seen by human eyes for at least 4,500 years. Then, after 2 weeks, on March 22, 1993, and after 59.84 meters, right across in the inner sanctum of the pyramid, the revelation: a wall with two metal fittings. A door or just a stone slab? According to meticulous calculations, the shaft ends 17 meters from the exterior surface of the pyramid, roughly at the height of the “King’s chamber”. Hidden behind the little door is a small room or hollow space. At the end of the small room, there is a second door. We still do not know what we might find behind this second door. Anything is possible It is certain, however, that the newly discovered shaft must have been part of the original design of the pyramid. There simply is no other explanation: no one, not even a child, could have gone in later on and carved out a shaft of only 20 centimeters in width with a chisel. Not to mention the smoothed walls. In a nutshell: the shaft was built at the same time as the pyramid itself.
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Strange Object (Orient-Pavilion)
Strange Object (Orient-Pavilion)
Reconstruction of a strange object, fotographed in the Orient-Sideshow of the Mystery Park. The original object is in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Time Tunnel
Time Tunnel
After a ride through the universe the visitor comes back to the Mystery Park throug this "Time tunnel" at the Challenge-Pavilion.
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
Tomb Stone of Pacal
Tomb Stone of Pacal
Reconstruction of the tomb stone of Pacal (Palenque, Mexico). The entrance to the tomb had been sealed off with a five-ton sarcophagus lid adorned with a detailed relief, which is difficult to interpret. The dimensions of the stone slab are 3.80 x 2.20 meters; there are bands running along its edges showing glyphic characters. In the center, there is a figured representation typical of the classical Mayan style. Researchers of the Mayan civilization believe that it is a symbolic portrayal of a Mayan priest-king called Pacal, who was said to have been instrumental in establishing Palenque as an important temple center.
Photographer: Tatjana Ingold
Location: Switzerland
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