A great riddle-stonehenge
Introduction. The following essay is going to state the facts, myths about the great Stonehenge and its analogs.
Arrangement. Great Britain, county Wiltshire, 13 kilometres from small town Salisbury. STONEHENGE.
What is "Stonehenge" «Stan» (stone) «hencen» (the gallows).
As built a Stonehenge. Building of a Stonehendge occurred in some stages which have occupied in total over 2000.
Stonehenge. As it was.
.Periods of Stonehenge building.
Who Built Stonehenge? The question who built Stonehenge is largely unanswered, even today.
Legend The legend of King Arthur and Merlin
The Stonehenge as it is. Has it a right theory?
"Planetarium" and "calculator"
A Stonehenge — a construction is so ancient and not clear, what even fantasts aren't too assured that to do with it.
However the Stonehenge is also a huge layer of the legends, collecting centuries.
Zorats Karer ("Stones men"), also known as Karahunge - prehistoric complex, which may be called an Armenian Stonehenge".
About 223 large stone tombs can be found in the area. It was explored by a team of archaeologists from the University of Munich who published their findings in 2000.
Stonehenge on Malta Mysterious megalithic sanctuaries in Malta, reminiscent of Stonehenge, are between the ages of 4-6 thousand years.
North Caucasus Dolmens. In the west of the North Caucasus there are the North Caucasian dolmens constructed approximately 4 - 2 thousand years ago.
Square, rectangular, trapezoid and round shapes.
Carhenge located near the town of Alliance in the U.S. state of Nebraska in America and is a monument to the dead person.
Instead of blocks of stone were used old cars.
Nong Nooch Tropical Park. Thailand
Park consists of several gardens, and the area itself properly and intelligently structured.
Here you can spend a lot of time, finding something new and interesting to see in the natural nature of the plant .
There are such constructions as a Stonehenge but smaller.
THE CONCLUSION Grandiose monuments and constructions during prehistoric times were erected practically worldwide. What for?