Recently, it is discovered that there are some giant underground tunnels that are connecting Turkey with Scotland. Although there are a huge number of passageways all across Europe, extending from the north in Scotland driving right down to the Mediterranean. However, this new tunnel is something that everyone is shocked about.
Lately, there have been a lot of discoveries related to underground tunnels. In Bavaria, Germany alone they have discovered 700 meters of such passage systems. In Austria, they have found 350 meters of tunnels. But the ones found in Scotland to Turkey are the biggest ones. Some of these are 70cm wide from the inside which means only a single individual can pass through it at one time, but at other points, it gets bigger. You can see that there are certain chambers and rooms which can accomplish more than one person at the same time. This means that they were built at the time of need and in intervals. These tunnels are different in different regions but it is very much possible for a person to easily travel between Turkey to Scotland and vice versa.
These 12,000-year-old underground tunnels are exceptionally noteworthy. Some of the professionals who have observed them are claiming that they were built in order to protect humans from any sort of predators. Others propose that these connected passages were utilized as an old underground superhighway for individuals to travel securely from Turkey to Scotland and the other way around. During the olden days, there were wars in those regions and it was hard to travel, therefore it is being assumed that maybe these underground tunnels were built in order to make an uninterrupted journey between the two regions possible. So this may be used to be one of the safest ways to travel between the two regions.