Armenia & Azerbaijan
7,500-year-old Stone Circle in Armenia Aligned to Cygnus's Brightest Star
Carahunge Observatory- "The Armenian Stonehenge” (7,500 years old) *140 miles southeast of the capital of Armenia, Yerevan, sits a high plateau with over 200 ancient stones. Some of the stones weigh over 50 tons and they stretch for 1/3 of a mile. “The Armenian Stonehenge” is also known as Zorats Karer. It is estimated to be 7,500 years old and predates the British Stonehenge by more than 4,500 years. This astronomical site is made of 203 slabs of basalt.