Category: Megalithic

El Enladrillado, Chile
Osaka Castle, Japan
Elongated Skulls on Islands Covered with Megaliths and Vehicle Tracks, Malta
massive geopolymer blocks!
Turish Stone Spheres , Kazakhstan
These are interesting, layers of various material...
Coral Castle, United States
Daorson, Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Bosnian Pyramids, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Arakulski Shihan,
Amazing Cyclopean Wall
Stone Spheres , Costa Rica
Yonaguni, Japan
Redin Remains, Maldives
Brighton Beach Megalithic Stones, United States
megalithic remains
Giant Unfinished colums of Evia, Greece
Chimalacatlan , Mexico
Monolith of Coatlinchán, Mexico
7 meters high and weighing some 152 tons
Mausoleum of Tamerlane, Uzbekistan
Norba, Italy
Tula pyramids, Mexico
Chandi Sukuh, Indonesia
Rujim el-Hiri, Israel
Pisac, Peru
Temple of Ramses III, Egypt
Temple of Horus, Egypt
Persepolis, Iran
Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Islands, United Kingdom
Standing stones of Stenness, Orkney Islands, United Kingdom
Dome of the Rock, Israel
an Islamic shrine located on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem
Newgrange, Ireland
Parthenon and Erechtheion, Greece
Vat Phou at Phu Kao Mountain, Laos
The Pantheon, Italy
Mahabalipuram, India
Phnom Bakheng, Cambodia
Koh Ker, Cambodia
the Statue at Shravanabelagola, India
Arctic Henge, Iceland
modern, but still nice
Loryma, Turkey
The Naveta Oriental de Biniac L’Argentina, Spain
Oiniadai, Greece
The Senams, Libya
megalithic ruins of unknown origin
Dongdaemun Design Plaza, South Korea
so, they did polygonal stonework in Korea as well!
Iraq al-Amir, Jordan
Baalbek style megalithic palace
Zawyet el Aryan, Egypt
impressive size! since 1960, much of the area near Zawyet El Aryan has been restricted. no excavations are allowed, everything overbuilt with military bungalows, and the shaft of the Unfinished pyramid has allegedly been misused as a trash dump. the condition of both shafts is uncertain and most possibly disastrous.
Vellore Fort, India
the polygonal stone masonry is the most interesting feature of the fort
Alba Iulia Apulum, Romania
Wassu Stone Circles, Gambia
Al Maghazil in Amrit, Syria
Tell Halaf, Syria
Castle Montfort, Israel
ordinary castle ruins built on an older megalithic base
Teishebaini , Armenia
attributed to 7th century BC Kingdom of Ararat (or Urartu in Assyrian) and overall looks do seem to correspond to that period, but what about the scattered basalt stones with high tech stone finishing?


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