Monolith covered in cryptic coordinates found in Australia as mystery deepens

Australia is the latest country to discover a mysterious monolith after multiple sightings of the structure across the world.

The structure appeared in Adelaide, covered in coordinates and was found at 6pm on Thursday.

Images show the metallic object is three-sided and three metres tall, placed near the Seaford Train bridge in Noarlunga in Adelaide's southern suburbs.

Coordinates on the structure highlight locations across the world, some point to landmarks and some are random.

The coordinate at the top points to a brownstone building in Brooklyn, New York, reports the Mail Online.

Another points to the uninhabited island of Managaha in the Northern Mariana Islands, near Guam.

At the bottom, the coordinate points to The Sphinx in Egypt's Al Giza Desert.

Its origins are currently being investigated after an Onkaparinga Council spokesman said he was made aware of the structure after being alerted by media.

The sighting is one of many in the last few weeks, causing bizarre speculations as people attempt to understand where the structures came from.

Last week a golden monolith appeared in Colombia in the latest example of a mysterious monument appearing.

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It was the sixth such structure to suddenly spring up in the last few weeks, following sightings on the Isle of Wight, in Utah and California in the USA and in Romania and the Netherlands.

The sightings began in Utah on November 18 when locals spotted a silver structure.

Since then sightings have been recorded every other day.

Another appeared on the Isle of Wight, however its origin was debunked after dog walker and designer Tom Dunford admitted that it was in fact him that constructed the mirrored artwork and placed it on Compton Beach in Freshwater.

Initially the 29 year old took part in a series of interviews proclaiming bafflement at his discovery and also posed for photographs next to the plinth.

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