Gallarus Oratory Una pequeña estela de piedra con una cruz grabada. A small slab with an emblazoned cross stands at the east end of a bed of stones adjacent to the oratory. It’s purpose is not fully understood. But a truly unique and interesting place to visit on the grand Dingle peninsula.
10 incredible images of Sacsayhuaman that you probably haven't seen
The construction features found at Sacsayhuaman are breathtaking, precisely cut stones, sharp edges, smooth surfaces and walls put together in such a way that modern engineers stand in awe when looking at the feature of this ancient megalithic site. Sacsayhuaman is located at an elevation of 3701m above sea level in the northern outskirts of Cusco, Peru.
The Woodwrae Stone (alternatively the Woodwray Stone) is a Class II Pictish Stone (ca 8th-9th C) that was found in 1819 when the foundations of the old castle at Woodwrae, Angus, Scotland were cleared. It had been reused as a floor slab in the kitchen of the castle. Following its removal from the castle, it was donated to the collection of Sir Walter Scott at Abbotsford House. It is now on display at the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
The Olmec colossal heads are at least seventeen monumental stone representations of human heads sculpted from large basalt boulders. The heads date from at least before 900 BC and are a distinctive feature of the Olmec civilization of ancient Mesoamerica (Gulf Coast of Mexico). Believed by most African American historians to be of images of African explorers that came to that area.