Category: Polygonal Stone Masonry

Portes de l'Atlantide, France
Advanced Ancient Toolmarks, Greece
Sisiyan, Armenia
ruins with rather larges stone chunks, some images suggest elf castle style
Garigal National Park, Australia
possibly ruins of a megalithic complex
Abu Simbel, Egypt
Baños del Inca, Ecuador
don't be misled by the name, looking at the erosion any relation to the incas as such would be unlikely
Chusovoye Megalithic Wall, Russia
Mysterious Polygonal Stone Work at Sverdlovskaya District
Teotihuacan, Mexico
Devil's wall, Macedonia
Thurmfort Gorazda, Crna Gora, Montenegro
Mont St. Odile, France
Megaliths in Bondowoso regency, Indonesia
Megaliths of Nardodipace, Italy
yet another forgotten megalithic ruin, probably cyclopean style
Ahu Vinapu Easter Island Megalithic Platforms, Chile
Castro de Ulaca, Spain
Asuka Stones, Japan
Ishibutai Kofun, Japan
Unidentified Unstudied Ruins and Possibly Pyramids, France
Sofiyivsky Park Boulders, Ukraine
Shaori, Georgia
Demolished (by whom and by what means???) megalithic ruins
Viborg Bay Monrepo Megaliths, Russia
Megaliths of Menorca, Spain
The full island is decorated with numerous megalithic remains in poor condition!
Varvaria, Croatia
Megalithic wall
Asseria, Croatia
Gornaya Shoria, Russia
Lion City (Shi Cheng) of Qingdao Lake, China
lake Shira and Lake Itkul Megalithic ruins, Russia
Although the megalithic remains are in very poor shape, they can be clearly identified as such at places.
Vottovara Megalithic Stones and Stone Sphere, Russia
Meroë Pyramids, Sudan
Perperikon, Bulgaria
From an Elf Castle to a Medieval Tower
Inga's Stone, Brazil
Pont du Gard, France
Tarragona Aqueduct, Spain
Gila Cliff Dwellings, United States
Mesa Verde Cliff Dwellings, United States
Chaco Canyon, United States
Baksei Chamkrong pyramid, Cambodia
Qoricancha, Peru
Ames Brothers Pyramid, United States
The Rustic Temple, United Kingdom
Deir Qal'a, Israel
Delphi, Greece
Keramikos, Greece
Efes, Turkey
Lyrbe, Turkey
Murud Janjira Fort, India
Piercebridge, United Kingdom
Circei Acropolis , Italy
Stanton Moor, United Kingdom
huge piles of cut stones partially covered plus strange out of place wall, close to stone circles
Santa Severa, Pyrgi, Italy
the official version is that the "Romans" built on the top of the "Etruscan" megaliths


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