|Angkor Wat, Cambodia |
|Temple Mount, Israel|
the large megalithic blocks at the base clearly belong to an older layer of construction
|Mount Nemrut, Turkey |
|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
|Castles of Eğil, Turkey|
absolutely amazing, the core of the rock carved castle is still standing, a living piece of fairy tale
|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
perfect example of the aftermath of the wars of the Gods
|Sigiriya, Sri Lanka |
what kind of force could have rolled over boulders the size of a room?
|Underwater Complex with Pyramids, Cuba |
|Bimini Road and Numerous Ruins, Bahamas|
European style ports, enormous levelled platforms, ruins
|Pismis Kale and Akpara Kale, Turkey |
so were they diving to build rooms underwater!!! penguin wisdom jewel!
|The Wall of Arwad, (Now Ruad), Syria |
Incredibly Rich in History!
|The Gigantic wall of Paraiba, Brazil|
Absolutely stunning! 30 meters long "bricks"!
|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
|Polygonal walls near Zlatograd, Bulgaria|
|Cusco, Peru |
|Macchu Picchu, Peru |
|Temple of Karnak, Egypt |
over 10 000 menhirs!
|Chittorgarh fort, India|
quite impresive, - huge complex, amazing fine art...
|Temple of Hathor at Dendera, Egypt |
|Aqueduct of Segovia, Spain |
|Serapeum at Saqqara, Egypt |
a "brother" of Baalbek, The Temple Mount and The Nimrod Fortress, some of the stones in the basis reach the size of a bus
|Murallas de Tarragona, Spain|
the interesting thing here is the cyclopean base of the "roman" fortifications, some of it stones are absolutely massive
|Nimrod Fortress, Syria|
it seems like parts belong to massive megaliths that have been restored in historic times with less impressive stone work
|The Batroun Rock Cut Wall, Lebanon |
|Osirion Abidos, Egypt |
|Aswan Quarry, Egypt|
some of the polished high vertical walls with precise angels can't be replicated with modern portable tools in a way it would make a sense to do it in a quarry
|Ain Dara Temple, Syria|
particularly interesting are the cut marks left by tools superior than what we have nowadays
|Castell d'Olèrdola, Spain|
number of cultures have used the site...
|Chullpa Towers, Peru |
|Solovetsky Monastery, Russia|
7 meters thick megalithic walls, did they build it for defence against spears?
|Bimini Style Platform Ruins, Israel|
large megalithic blocks with regular shapes, probably the remains of a platform
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 Nuraghes of Sardinia, Italy|
some 10 000 massive edifices of unknown use and origin
|The Lost City of the Kalahari, Botswana |
|The Uncharted Alatri Ruins, Italy|
absolutely enormous stone blocks along with very fine polygonal fitting
|Hattusa, Turkey |
|El Enladrillado, Chile |
|Osaka Castle, Japan |