You turn to take in the landscape… This magnificent place, where the natural features are as spectacular as the Neolithic discoveries, lies between two lochs surrounded by a natural amphitheatre. You are encircled by the hills and the monuments that make up the heart of Orkney’s Neolithic World Heritage Site. Welcome to the Ring of […]The City and the Stars (4) – The Ring of Brodgar — The Silent Eye
Source: A giant anniversary for UNESCO-listed Ġgantija templesA giant anniversary for UNESCO-listed Ġgantija temples; Warren Bugeja; Times of Malta — All About World Heritage Sites
Blog post at Dave’s Travel Pages : Who built the megalithic temples of Malta, thought to be the oldest temples in the world? We may never know for sure, but visiting the temples should definitely be on your itinerary when in Malta. Read more
In this post we present a collection of information on the great Menga Dolmen of Antequera, Málaga, Spain.
A special livestream from Heritage Malta allows you to witness the spring equinox from the main doorway of the southern Mnajdra temples… Source: [WATCH] Missed the Mnajdra equinox due to the coronavirus? Watch it here
Investigation of Megaliths in the Area This post follows Part 1. Kobayashi and Tokuda noticed that the megaliths of Maruyama Jinja in Nakatsugawa City were oriented toward the equinoctial sunrise and sunset. For the east and west cardinal directions to be accurately known, directions to sunrises and sunsets at times of summer and winter solstices […]
Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post Must See Megaliths (Part 4) Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 La Roche-aux-Fées (Fairies’ rock) in Essé is regarded as one of Europe’s best preserved dolmens. Dated around 3000 BC, it is 64x20x13 ft tall & weighs approx 500 tons. Ancient megalithic ruins displayed at […]