|Pismis Kale and Akpara Kale, Turkey |
|Bulls and Vast Melthalitic Ruins around Ávila, Spain|
a vast area with meltaliths showing here and there with traces that once there were stone structures all over the region, are the bulls related to it? are they the only art of the meltalith builders we know of?
|Pucará del Uritorco, Argentina |
|The Uncharted Alatri Ruins, Italy|
absolutely enormous stone blocks along with very fine polygonal fitting
|Arakulski Shihan, |
Amazing Cyclopean Wall
barely recognisable ruins of an "elf castle"
|Bektau Ata, Kazakhstan|
the melting the granite does not seem to have happened naturally
|Castro de Ulaca, Spain |
|Unidentified Unstudied Ruins and Possibly Pyramids, France |
|Gornaya Shoria, Russia |
|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.
From an Elf Castle to a Medieval Tower
|Inga's Stone, Brazil |
|The Kremlin, Russia |
|Ingapirca, Ecuador |
|Lake Shartash Traces of Megalithic Ruins, Russia |
|Las Piedrotas , Mexico |
|"Beehive" Stones , Hungary |
|Hurvat Tefen, Israel |
|Chortovoe Gorodishe, Russia|
This site puts a big question mark next to many other similar "natural" formations
|Renaju Menhirs and Megaliths, France |
|Magadan Megaliths, Russia |
|Rocks Near Fort Walsh, Canada|
natural or not?
|Elles Megaliths, Tunisia |
|the Tunjo Ancient Stones, Colombia |