Georgia Guidestones monument has been destroyed.

The site of a Georgia monument was demolished on Wednesday when authorities reported that someone had detonated an explosive device on the monument.

The Georgia Guidestones A granite structure was removed to ensure safety.

The agency has released surveillance footage that shows the explosion just after the explosion.

There is no motive for the incident The agency stated it was "unknown individuals" have detonated the device.

The monument, which was dubbed "America's Stonehenge" stood at 19 feet high and featured 10 parts of a message written that was in 12 languages.

Christopher Kubas which helped maintain the site, claimed that it attracted more than 20,000 people annually.

The monument was situated inside Elbert County, in the northeastern portion of Georgia across the Savannah River from South Carolina.

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