In the province of Zamora, Spain, there is a curious natural monument with several similarities with the "Sanctuary" or the "Mother" - the anthropomorphic granit outcrop where the menhir of Barrocal seems to have been taken from. Inside the Mother there is also a narrow cave, and a passage, where we found some prehistoric artifacts.
"Megalithic Poems is an anthology on the theme of the megalithic structures of Britain, Ireland and the European Continent: structures found at places like Avebury, Newgrange and Carnac. Thanks to all who have supplied poems and illustrations. Please feel free to add more or to comment on those of others."
Barrocal has been, last Summer, on the other side of the Atlantic; José António made a contact, of first degree, with precolombian megaliths (El infernito, on a previous post) and gave us a collection of astonishing images of magic landscapes. Have a glimpse on http://homepage.mac.com/zuva/PhotoAlbum4.html
Neolithic settlement of Murteiras (Torre de Coelheiros, Évora, Portugal). An exceptionally well preserved "megalithic" landscape, with evidences of occupation from the Early Neolithic to the Chalcolithic times. Natural monuments as ancestors of the megaliths.
During the Uispp world Congress, in Lisbon, a trip has been organized to the megaliths of Alentejo. From D. Mathias Wilbertz we received some images recording the visit to Vale Maria do Meio megalithic enclosure, close to Évora.