Must See Megaliths (Part 4)

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Must See Megaliths (Part 4)

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La Roche-aux-Fées (Fairies’ rock) in Essé is regarded as one of Europe’s best preserved dolmens. Dated around 3000 BC, it is 64x20x13 ft tall & weighs approx 500 tons.

Ancient megalithic ruins displayed at the Torre d’en Galmes archaeological site in Menorca.

Remnants of megalithic architecture can be found amongst the ruins of El Tajin, Veracruz. For more info view “Uncharted Ruins: 8 Megalithic Marvels of Mexico

The Cairnholy chambered tombs near the village of Carsluith in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

The Nuraghe Santu Antine is one of the most majestic nuraghe in Sardinia.

“Ha’amonga ‘a Maui” in Tonga is a massive coral limestone arch that is 17 ft high & the weight of the visible part of each upright stone is approx 30–40 tons.

Ancient precision cuts found at the Vilcabamba site in Peru.

The Great Sphinx of Giza peeking out from behind multi-ton megalithic blocks left behind from a by-gone age.

Precision crafted mortarless stonework found near Vilcashuaman, Peru

Precision architecture seen upon entering the megalithic subterranean chamber known as “The Well of Santa Cristina,” in the 1200s due to its proximity to a local church.

One of the mighty Moai statues of Easter Island. There is evidence to suggest that Easter Island was once covered by ancient forests.

Are the mysterious megaliths of Yangshan Quarry in China much more ancient than mainstream archaeology believes?

Megalithic architecture seen at the ancient mountainous site of Pisaq in Peru.

Saqsaywaman, Perú: precision mortarless architecture at its finest.

The massive mesoamerican pyramids of Teotihuacan.

Clouds gather over Stonehenge, the prehistoric stone circle near Wiltshire.

Upon close observation of the Inti-Punku “Sun Gate” near Cusco, one can see small rough stone & clay mortar construction built on top of and around the superior megalithic mortarless architecture at its foundation.

The green Temple of the Sun at “Ingapirca” in Ecuador displaying mortarless construction.

Precision architecture seen upon entering the megalithic subterranean chamber known as “The Well of Santa Cristina,” in the 1200s due to its proximity to a local church.

The mighty 1000 ton ‘Stone of the Pregnant Woman’ at the quarry in Baalbek, Lebanon.

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