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Dating back to 4000BC, this small, very important archaeological site reminded me of the stone circles in Britain. Worth a 30 minute visit if you are in the area to see the carved phallic stones, tomb and astronomical 'clock' stones.
A small archaelogical site comprised of burial mounds and standing stones which dominate the site. The stones come in the form of giant phalluses. While not without merit and interest, all but the most upright of archaeologists may find their appetite for these is limited.
So, this is basically Colombia's answer to Stonehenge, except that it's all phalluses! What's not to like? I would have given it 5 stars because it's something anyone who is serious about pre-Columbian history should visit. However, the place is really in its infancy in...More
Poorly landscaped (trees in middle detract from perspective), no guide, toilet doesn't have a door, and yet the entrance fee was the same or higher than other places which offer well curated collections and/or and excellent guide. That said, we got a great "dick pic"...More
On arrival, if you are not aware of what to expect you may find yourself thinking...are they what I think they are?
We had our own guide and transport so everything was explained to us, if you haven't got a guide not sure if you...More
This is an ancient, indigenous people's homage to the male fertility symbol. Yes. It is a garden of large, stone, anatomically-accurate (except in their extremely large size) male phalluses. They say it's, perhaps, a solar observatory of some sort, but it is a fun diversion...More