Vvedenskaya Church in Feodosii
Vvedenskaya Church - the oldest known architectural monuments of Feodosia. Historians believe that the Greek Church dates back to VII–IX centuries Now presentation Church - the current Orthodox Church, and…

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Absheron region
The Absheron Lighthouse The Eastern part of the Absheron Peninsula of the greater Caucasus. The Absheron called acting in the Caspian sea Absheron Peninsula to the Islands of Absheron and…

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Dolmens – the Eighth Wonder of the world

The second day I read about the monuments of ancient architecture – the Dolmens. The dolmens ( from Breton tol table, men – stone) were constructed of several large stone slabs set vertically and covered with massive plate, carefully polished and fitted to each other. Erected them in “places of power”, that is, in areas where there are geomagnetic anomalies, and as a result, geopathic processes. Scientists believe that Dolmens ancient burial structures. As mysterious archaeological monuments, the dolmens are comparable with the Egyptian pyramids but older than the pyramids and, most importantly, the only structures that have spread across the globe. Dolmens are found and preserved in Eurasia, from Japan and India to Portugal, are located in the Northern Africa and southern America, well known on the Islands of the Mediterranean sea, southern Scandinavia. Especially a lot of these megalithic structures (from words “huge stone”) in England and we, in the Western Caucasus. The Caucasus is considered by archaeologists 2308 dolmens, most of them in the area of Gelendzhik. The ubiquity and commonality of the architectural compositions of the dolmens around the world already generating an amazing conjecture that they are the progenitors of mankind, when the earth existed a single nation.

Dolmen from the group Three Oak

Dolmen
from the group near the Three tracts of Oak, the right side of the valley above the villages of the Shah and Bsnyc Solokh-aul. The lower subgroup of the two dolmens. Refers to the tile type. Very small in size. Before him is a rock with petroglyphs of circles with dots in the center. The dolmen very carefully assembled, all components are literally refined.

Dolmen in Sochi

Composite dolmen with whole façade stands on the territory of the regional Museum in the centre of Sochi (Vorovskogo). Behind the dolmen looked after, and he stands in a beautiful location, but actually he moved here from Lazarevskoe. According to some reports had (to Lazarevskoye) the courtyard. (In fact, the dolmen is not fully assembled. Now not only the courtyard, but one layer of the Sandstone blocks of the dolmen. Two movements were not in vain.)

Dolmen on the hill in Nexis “Mountains”

The dolmen is situated on mount Neksis near the city of Gelendzhik. Relates to tile structures. Has buttresses. Widely known. New for the esotericists (anastasieva) gave him the title of “Mountains”. (General view of the tile of the dolmen. Visible buttresses propping up the side of the plate.)

Russian Megalithic portal also presents stunning photos of Cairns from mount Vottovaara (417 m above sea level) located to the West of the Muezersky region of Karelia. Mount Vottovaara on average, three hundred feet above the surrounding peaks and is a large uneven rocky plateau with cliffs, forests, wetlands, lakes and Windows. In 1978, a local historian S. M. Simonyan opened the world’s largest collection of stone structures – seids. Sami called their sacred objects (not just stone). Megalithic structures on the rocky massif of Vottovaara according to different estimates, from 700 to a thousand. Take them really seriously, because if there are some obvious artifacts, others just lying on the ground (rock) small stones, but the obvious components of the complexes. In this collection of megaliths presents a very narrow class of seids . It’s massive and super massive granite cliffs that stand at a substantially smaller stones-coasters (i.e. “removable legs” and not on the rocks). What structurally is reminiscent of the simplest (“archaic”) dolmens of Western Europe and part of Scandinavia. However, questions of their origin and more theorizing until you put the brackets in our gallery. By the way, sometimes Vottovaara local people call Death Mountain.