Site 52, Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery, Sligo, Ireland. Site of over 100 tombs, stone circles, passage graves and standing stones, of which about 65 remain. The site is thought to be over 700 years older than Newgrange, which was built in 3200BC. M
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The recumbent stone in the foreground sits opposite the entrance portal, Drombeg Stone Circle, Ireland
Megalithic grave Harhoog located in Keitum on the island of Sylt in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The Harhoog is an extended dolmen, a type of megalithic tomb. It was built by the Funnelbeaker culture, probably around 3000 BC. It has been moved from its original location 1954.
The Locmariaquer megaliths are well worth visiting as they include large and important remnants of the civilization that flourished near the Bay of Morbihan more than 4,500 years ago. This broken set of slabs is the remains of the largest known menhir ever erected in Europe. It is thought that it was toppled by an earthquake, but no one can tell. Nearby is an equally ancient dolmen with many carvings, including several of the double axe that is so characteristic of neolithic tombs in…
Derreenataggart Stone Circle Foto
In the central part of Hoy Island is located mysterious monument of the past - Dwarfie Stane - enormous sandstone slab left by glacier. Some 5,000 years ago people with unknown methods and unclear purpose hollowed out this stone, creating a passage with two side chambers. Passage was plugged with a 1.5 tons heavy stone plug - door.