The Alignements de Carnac

 

The Alignements de Carnac, France, is the largest prehistoric site in the world divided into three main areas: the Alignements du Ménec (1099), de Karlescan (555) and de Kermario (1029), besides the Tumulus de Kercado and the Tumulus Saint-Michel.

In 1950 with the introduction of carbon 14 dating methods was possible to know with certainty the actual age of the alignments. It was found that the first monoliths of the area date back to 4000 BC.

The heaviest among the Carnac menhirs reaches 300 tons.

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