|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
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
|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
|Sigiriya, Sri Lanka |
|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 |
|Pnyx Megaliths, Greece|
mama mia! these stones are huge!
|The Uncharted Alatri Ruins, Italy|
absolutely enormous stone blocks along with very fine polygonal fitting
|Hattusa, Turkey |
|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 |
|New England Megalithic Chambers, United States |
|The Bosnian Pyramids, Bosnia and Herzegovina |
|Arakulski Shihan, |
Amazing Cyclopean Wall