What was the purpose of the Cart Ruts? Especially on the islands of Malta and Gozo where you can find so many multiple pairs of tracks leading from no where in particular to not any location.
Cart Ruts are thought to be ancient, pre history roads system – for the transportation of building material and perhaps people. But there is no definate answer at the moment, especially for those Cart Tracks found on the islands of Malta.
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What are Cart Ruts, also known as Cart Tracks? This has to be split into 2 different questions. What are Malta’s Cart Ruts and what are the rest of the worlds Cart Ruts?
Cart Ruts themselves are sunken grooves, ruts, tracks, rilles found in rock. Usually in pairs of tracks. The ruts themselves vary greatly – they can be very deep and narrow, they can be very shallow and wide and anything in between. They are found in smooth and rough rock (on Malta it is limestone).
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Ghar Zerriegha Malta cart ruts are perhaps in the most atmospheric location of the Maltese Cart Tracks, they also have with lots of mystery and perhaps the only physical evidence on the whole island of Malta and Gozo that the Cart Ruts are man made.
But if this is evidence or proof that the Cart Ruts were made by man why is this the only site in all of the 100’s if not 1000’s of Cart Ruts that cover the whole of Malta?
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Mysterious Malta Cart Ruts Ridges seen at Clapham Junction – a limestone Malta geology mystery found around the Cart Tracks of Malta.
What mysterious geological process formed these ridges and Tetris Rocks style patterns that surround the pair of Cart Rut Ridges?
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