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Expedition team deciphers the mystery of "the world's largest treasure up to 20 billion USD"

 A group of treasure hunters believe they are about to find a fortune of gold and precious stones believed to be worth $20 billion and have been buried for centuries in Finland.

According to the New York Post, the "Temple Twelve" group of people who believe in the existence of the treasure "Lemminkainen Hoard", have been searching since 1987.

For the past 34 years, they've spent 6 hours a day, 7 days a week every summer digging and looking for clues to gold, gems and artifacts. In winter, the cave area that is said to be hiding treasures is flooded with cold rainwater.

If discovered, this will likely be the world's largest treasure ever found, estimated to be worth $20 billion.

The members of "Temple Twelve" come from all over the world, including Russia, Austria, USA, Sweden, Norway, Germany, and the Netherlands. They are following clues about where 50,000 precious stones such as diamonds, sapphires, rubies are stored; about 1,000 antiquities dating back thousands of years and 18-carat gold statues, according to rumors.
In a book entitled: "Temporarily Losing His Mind", the head of the "Lemminkainen Hoard" treasure search, Carl Borgen, describes the lives of treasure seekers in detail.
Borgen, 60, said: "I know the treasure hunt has taken a huge step forward and everyone is excited about the next few months. Now everyone is talking about taking a step forward. great, possibly the discovery of the world's greatest and most valuable treasure."

The existence of the treasure was mentioned in 1984 when a man named Ior Bock claimed his family were direct descendants of Lemminkäinen, a figure in Finnish mythology.

Bock says that there is an area that has been sealed off by giant stones for centuries to protect the treasure Lemminkainen Hoard. However, according to Dailymail, so far there is no actual evidence to show the existence of this treasure.
The treasure is said to be hidden in an underground temple in Sipoo in the Sibbosberg cave system, about 30 km from Helsinki. Over the past 30 years, 100 professional adventurers, and countless treasure-seekers, have followed Lemminkainen Hoard's clues.

"Temple Twelve" believes that they are only very close to the treasure and will probably find it next summer. The team is expected to return to the search site in May next year and resume work through September.

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