maandag, 19 oktober 2020

Dolmen des Pierres Folles du Plessis in the Vendée, France

The Dolmen des Pierres Folles du Plessis (also known as Pierres folles de Fontenelles or Pierres Folles au Bernard) stands on a picnic spot just to...

Dolmen de la Sulette in the Vendée, France

The dolmen de la Sulette can be found in Saint-Hilaire-la-Forêt in the Vendée, Western France, between Nantes and La Rochelle. There are a number of...

Dolmen de la Cour-du-Breuil in the Vendée, France

In the Vendée in Western France, between Nantes and La Rochelle, there are a number of interesting prehistoric monuments dating from the...

Frébouchère Dolmen in the Vendée, France

In the Vendée in Western France, between Nantes and La Rochelle, there are a number of interesting prehistoric monuments dating from the...

The bells of Marquis Yi of Zeng

The tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng is an important archaeological site in Suizhou City, Hubei Province, China, dating from a time...

A new view of the ‘Lion Man’

The Lion-man (German: Löwenmensch) is a prehistoric ivory figure, 31.1 cm tall. Depicting a man with the head of a lion, it...

Royal visit to the Hunebed Centre

On 24th June 2020 His Royal Highness King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands visited the municipality of Borger-Odoorn in the Province of Drenthe....

Calanais, a cluster of menhirs in Scotland

On the island of Lewis, one of the Outer Hebrides off the coast of Scotland, stand a number of menhirs, both singly and in...

Stenehed, the ‘Swedish Stonehenge

Travel writers often try to build an image in their readers’ minds by comparing two places. Thus Amsterdam – and even Birmingham...

Hunebeds from the air

With the drone images on this new website you can now view all of the hunebeds in Drenthe from the air. The...