Carved Stone 9 in Gavrinis Dolmen passage grave, Gulf of Morbihan, Larmor-Baden Morbihan, France. The largest and most decorated tomb in Neolithic Europe with 29 six-foot-tall menhirs carved with labyrinthine fingerprints. Built on a hilltop circa 3400 B.C.E. near the stone rows of Carnac, with the sea rise it is now an island in the Morbihan Gulf.'
An incredible discovery that was recently made in Russia threatens to shatter conventional theories about the history of the planet. On Mount Shoria in southern Siberia, researchers have found an absolutely massive wall of granite stones. Some of these gigantic granite stones are estimated to weigh more than 3,000 tons,
Legend Rock State Petroglyph Site, Hot Spring County, Wyoming, USA: The site contains some of the oldest rock art found in North America. Scattered along an area over 800 yards long there are over 300 petroglyphs that archaeologists now believe range in date from about 11,000 years ago to perhaps the mid-19th century.
Newspaper Rock is one of the largest known collections of petroglyphs. They are etched in sandstone and record over 2,000 years of human activity in the area, representing the Fremont, Anasazi, Navajo and Anglo cultures.