Dimas Sequeira

Dimas Sequeira

Posted on 11/21/2017


Photo taken on October  8, 2017



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Almendres Cromlech.

Almendres Cromlech. 

Megalithic monument with 95 stones, it dates back to the Neolithic Age, having been achieved between the 6th and the 3rd millennium BC. It was only discovered in 1964. It stands on the countryside of Guadalupe, a civil parish within Évora council.

Diane Putnam, ColRam, Andy Rodker, Peggy C and 3 other people have particularly liked this photo


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Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen
Beautifully composed.
11 months ago.
Peggy C
Peggy C
Agree with Jaap ..
11 months ago.
Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker
How this can have lain undiscovered until 1964 is beyond me!
I would like to spend a week or more exploring the pre-historic sites here but I know I will never find the time, sadly!
11 months ago.
Dimas Sequeira has replied to Andy Rodker
I suppose it was almost covered with soil, except a few rock tops, which may have triggered the suspicion about what those rocks could mean.
10 months ago.