Monolithic Rocks

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Ollantaytambo
Urubamba Province Peru

Masuda no Iwafune
Asuka, Japan

Easter Island Moai
Easter Island Chile

Downtown City of Cusco
Cusco, Cuzco Peru

Gobekli Tepe
Urfa Turkey

Stonehenge
Wiltshire United Kingdom

Petra Rock City
Petra Jordan

Zelve Monastery
Zelve Turkey

Devils Tower
United States

Sigiriya Colored Rock
Sigiriya Sri Lanka

Zuma Rock
Abuja Nigeria

Uluru Ayers Rock Formation
Alice Springs Australia

Yonaguni
Yonaguni Japan

Las Bolas Stone Spheres
Diquís Delta Costa Rica

Cleopatra's Needle NYC
New York City United States

Saint Peters Square
Vatican City Italy

Obelisco de Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires Argentina

Obelisk of Axum
Axum Ethiopia

Mecca Black Stone
Mecca Saudi Arabia

Olmec Heads
Tres Zapotes Mexico

Carnac Stones
Carnac France

Cueva de Menga
Antequera Spain

Bimeny Road / Wall
North Bimini Island Bahamas, The

Nan Madol
Pohnpei Micronesia

Karnak
Egypt

Arcadian Gate
Messini Greece

Gunung Padang
Karyamukti Indonesia

Kutimpu / Cutimbo
Pichacani Peru

Oracle of Delphi Temple
Delphi, Phocis Greece

Santorini
Santorini Greece

Yaxhá near Tikal
Peten Guatemala

Tikal Pyramid site
Flores, Peten Guatemala

La venta
La venta Mexico

Callanish stones
Calanis Scotland

Pantheon
Rome Italy

Troldkirken
Sonderholm Denmark

Dogon Country
Bengiagara, Sangha Mali

Tassili n'Ajjer
Tassili n'Ajjer Algeria

Amapa Amazon Stonehenge
Calçoene Brazil

Serra da Capivara National Park
Parque Nacional Serra da Capivara Brazil

Deir al Qalaa
Beit Mary Lebanon

Boukoleon Palace
Istanbul (constantinople) Turkey

Ruins of Sumaria
Sumaria Mountains Israel

Barabar Caves
Makhdumpur India

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Monoliths or giant natural rocks.  These massive stones are often used in ancient megalithic building sites. The use of monolithic blocks clearly shows a decline in technological ability as they move from large and finely position (within a paper width) to smaller and with more gaps between them.  This is particularly obvious in buildings in Cuszo, Egypt, Israel