These amazing ancient sites predate Stonehenge.
Llandudno's Great Orme Copper Mines
The Great Orme Copper Mines are located in Llandudno, Wales, under a limestone headland. It is one of the world's largest known prehistoric mines.
Caral-Supe was an old sacred city 125 miles north of Lima and 14 miles inland from the Pacific coast. The structure encompassed 1,500 acres.
King Sneferu, the first pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty, erected Egypt's Meidum Pyramid between 2613 and 2589 BC. Due to construction complications.
Pyramide de Meidum
Pömmelte is a ring-shaped sanctuary between Hanover and Leipzig. The German Stonehenge, with its comparable ground design, dates back to around 2800 BC. 7 concentric circles.
Arthur's Stone is in Herefordshire, near the Welsh border. This English Heritage site is a 5000-year-old Neolithic burial chamber. It was part of a larger site.
Arthur's Stone, Hereford
The Bronze Age monuments, tombs, and towns of Hili Archaeological Park are located north of Al Ain (and the later Iron Age).
Hili Archaeological Park, UAE
The Stones of Stenness are four 20 foot (6m) tall standing stones. There were 12 stones originally, forming an ancient ritual place with a big hearth in the centre.
Stenness Stones, Orkney, UK
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