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This is a typical type of megalithic ruin found all throughout the Iberian Peninsula, and so is nothing particularly special. Nevertheless, this type of attraction is always worth a visit, however fleeting, to witness the feats that prehistoric man were capable of. All in all,...More
After having a look from a distance at the ruins of an Iron Age Celtic fort at Castro Begoña, we were able to take a very close-up view of a prehistoric stone monument, which looked like a collection of huge stones balanced against each other....More
A well signed and organised site. It was very moving to be near such an historic place and just made one wonder how prehistoric man manouvered such enormous heavy stones into place .
There are identical dolmens in Brittany and on Dartmoor .Just how was...More