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Isle of Skye - Camille on the Go

Isle of Skye - Camille on the Go

Harrison Boyle's answer to What are the most significant lost inventions? - Quora

No Mortar, the precision fit binds them.No doubt one of the most impressive ancient sites. Huge irregular stones carved and fit together so perfectly you can't slip a knife blade in between them, Incan architecture, Cuzco.

Britain's 12 Most Mysterious Ancient Sites

The standing stones of Calanais are the most famous archaeological monument in the Outer Hebrides. It is a remarkable complex comprising a circle of 13 stones, with a central monolith, and a small.

Jarlshof, Prehistoric archaeological site in Shetland, Scotland.

Jarlshof, Prehistoric archaeological site in Shetland, Scotland.

Staneydale | From entrance | nz_willowherb | Flickr

Staneydale | From entrance | nz_willowherb | Flickr

Unfinished megalithic columns. Cave di Cusa, Sicily, Italy

Cave di Cusa, Sicily, Italy << Interesting "behind the scenes" look at this architecture I find so beautiful.

The anta at tapadao, possibly the largest in Portugal. The entrance is low and worshippers would have to crawl inside. - Portugal is the site of many ancient dolmens constructed thousands of years ago. Dolmens — called anta in Portugal — are stone structures built by Neolithic peoples undergoing a megalithic phase. The  best-known megaliths include Stonehenge, but structures made of stone slabs occur all over the world and have been erected in historic times by some peoples.

Anta do Tapadao, Portalegre, Portugal - This view shows the passage to the

Machrie Moor Standing Stones, Isle of Arran, Scotland by Ian Cylkowski. #landscape #nature #travel #arran #isleofarran

Machrie Moor Standing Stones, Isle of Arran, Scotland by Ian Cylkowski. #landscape #nature #travel #arran #isleofarran