Category: Polygonal Stone Masonry

Angkor Wat, Cambodia
La Maná, Ecuador
80 meters high wall, unexplored, seems to part of an entire complex, according to legends these are the ruins of the buildings of giants
The Kabardino Balkariya Megalithic Shaft,
it is so huge, that it leaves one with the impression that it is a buried megalith after all rather than something built underground
Ollantaytambo, Peru
perfect example of the aftermath of the wars of the Gods
Saksaywaman, Peru
what kind of force could have rolled over boulders the size of a room?
Bimini Road and Numerous Ruins, Bahamas
European style ports, enormous levelled platforms, ruins
Pismis Kale and Akpara Kale, Turkey
Petra, Jordan
Incredibly Rich in History!
Baalbek, Lebanon
Absolutely massive!
Puma punku, Bolivia
part of a large temple complex or monument group that is part of the Tiwanaku Site
The Great Pyramids of Egypt, Egypt
the Largest of all known Egyptian pyramids
Serapeum at Saqqara, Egypt
Hebron, Palestine
a "brother" of Baalbek, The Temple Mount and The Nimrod Fortress, some of the stones in the basis reach the size of a bus
Toraja, Indonesia
so even in Indonesia, they knew how to do polygonal masonry!
Great Wall of India, India
unlike the Great Wall of China (which is mostly being built nowadays as tourist attraction), this is an actual historic site
Osirion Abidos, Egypt
Castell d'Olèrdola, Spain
number of cultures have used the site...
Chullpa Towers, Peru
The Gympie Pyramid, Australia
although only legends are left from the pyramid itself, it seems a wall of it survived after being carefully relocated
Bimini Style Platform Ruins, Israel
large megalithic blocks with regular shapes, probably the remains of a platform
Tatul, Bulgaria
extremely ancient site, Peruvian style niches are only left now from what used to be a complex that was at least the size of a town
Barabar Caves, India
Pucará del Uritorco, Argentina
Big Hill, Canada
The Lost City of the Kalahari, Botswana
The Uncharted Alatri Ruins, Italy
absolutely enormous stone blocks along with very fine polygonal fitting
Hattusa, Turkey
Osaka Castle, Japan
Elongated Skulls on Islands Covered with Megaliths and Vehicle Tracks, Malta
massive geopolymer blocks!
Daorson, Bosnia and Herzegovina
New England Megalithic Chambers, United States
The Bosnian Pyramids, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Arakulski Shihan,
Amazing Cyclopean Wall
Redin Remains, Maldives
Vat Phou at Phu Kao Mountain, Laos
Phnom Bakheng, Cambodia
Koh Ker, Cambodia
Loryma, Turkey
Oiniadai, Greece
Vila Real, Portugal
Dongdaemun Design Plaza, South Korea
so, they did polygonal stonework in Korea as well!
Iraq al-Amir, Jordan
Baalbek style megalithic palace
Nekromanteion, Greece
Vellore Fort, India
the polygonal stone masonry is the most interesting feature of the fort
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?
The Corinth Canal, Greece
supposedly modern construction, but still hints are there that there was something before that... something...
The Bent Pyramid, Egypt
The Pyramid of Sahure, Egypt
Abu Gurab, Egypt
Pyramids and Basalt Platform at Saqqara, Egypt
high quality work at the base of the pyramids and primitive piled stone on the top, the basalt platform is a building masterpiece (for our standards)


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