|Vila Real, Portugal |
|Sword in the Stone at Montesiepi Chapel, Italy |
|Strange Stone Formations near Voronezh, Russia |
|Cyrene Rock Cut Ruins, Libya |
|The Senams, Libya|
megalithic ruins of unknown origin
|Saladin Castle, Syria|
possibly built on much older impressive rock-cut ruins, now labelled as a moat, the very deep rock cut (kind of a) road makes me doubt that the "moat" is just a part of the older structure
|Dongdaemun Design Plaza, South Korea|
so, they did polygonal stonework in Korea as well!
| Iraq al-Amir, Jordan|
Baalbek style megalithic palace
|Nekromanteion, Greece |
|Zawyet el Aryan, Egypt|
impressive size! since 1960, much of the area near Zawyet El Aryan has been restricted. no excavations are allowed, everything overbuilt with military bungalows, and the shaft of the Unfinished pyramid has allegedly been misused as a trash dump. the condition of both shafts is uncertain and most possibly disastrous.
|Chateau des Baux de Provence, France|
it seems to a beautiful (historic) renovation of very old rock ruins
|Kamenne Gule v Megonkach, Slovakia |
|Tracks and Rock cut Ruins at Adloun, Lebanon |
|Al Maghazil in Amrit, Syria |
|Bull Creek Tracks, United States |
|Swiss Pyramid, Switzerland |
|Tel Ayalon, Israel |
|Roman Road at Blackstone Edge, United Kingdom |
|Castle Montfort, Israel|
ordinary castle ruins built on an older megalithic base
|The Kayseri Tracks, Turkey|
interesting imprint that could be footprint of a giant
|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?
|Poggio Conte, Italy |
|Fort Ovech, Bulgaria|
medieval fort built on much older ruins, the full region has numerous very old rock cut ruins that deserve proper systematic study, but are denied such because people naively believe they are part of medieval forts, christian monasteries, simply "playful creation of Mother Nature", a "mystery" or any other excuse...
|Zuigan-Ji Monastery, Japan |
|Norsun Tepe, Turkey|
a bit too high tech for bronze age savages... hastily submerged under a dam
|The Historic Fertőrákos Quarry, Hungary |
|Circular Earthworks, Hungary |
|Rauk at Fårö, Gotland, Sweden|
are these ruins or geological formations?
|Pompeii Tracks, Italy |
|Azores Tracks, Portugal |
|The Oregon Trail, United States|
knee deep at places...
|Vehicle Tracks (commonly known called cart ruts for unknown reason), Malta|
again they seem to have been left in the soft mud, and again going off cliffs and underwater... they seem to be vehicle tracks
|Regenstein, Germany |
|Burg Langenstein ob Melchnau, Switzerland |
|Langen Stein at Langenstein, Germany|
so the rock cut complexes spread all the way to Germany even!
|Tihuanacu Area Toolmarks, Bolivia |
|Underground Dobrogea, Romania|
kilometers of galleries, and "remarkable galleries" (of which we are not shown even photos...)
|Qanat Firaun (Gadara Aqueduct), Jordan|
170-kilometre-long complex engineering
|Diolkos, Greece |
|Longmen Caves, China |
|Parc archéologique de Syracuse, Italy |
|Calès, Lamanon, France|
with recently discovered vehicle tracks!
there is high tech cutting on the famous Lion Gate carving
|Saxon-Switzerland National Park, Germany|
suspicious cuttings in the stones here and there, like the staircase which is at a location that is too steep to access
|Castello di Sperlinga, Italy|
the rock cut older ruins below the medieval stuff is much more interesting...
|Hawara Pyramid and Labyrinth, Egypt|
high quality megalithic basis with monkey quality work on the top and the ground penetration scan shows amazing multilevel labyrinths below all that...
|Browning Mountain, Indiana´s Stonehenge, United States|
smoothly cut rectangular blocks of non local stone
the remarkable thing here are the relatively well preserved design elements of the very ancient eroded town or city, the megalithic work is of course much more recent than the original rock cut ruins
|Unakoti, India |
|Angel Voivoda, Bulgaria|
newly discovered complex, although many cultures left their traces here possibly the oldest could be a typical elf castle, still unclear if some of the boulders are actually megalithic blocks