Moray (Inca ruin), Cusco, Peru / Moray or Muray (Quechua) is an archaeological site in Peru approximately 50 km northwest of Cuzco on a high plateau at about 3500m and just west of the village of Maras. The site contains unusual Inca ruins, mostly consisting of several enormous terraced circular depressions, the largest of which is about 30m deep.
The "Band of Holes" consists of approximately 6,900 unexplained man-sized holes carved into the barren rock near Pisco Valley, Peru on a plain called Cajamarquilla. It dates back to ancient times and remain a mystery much like neighboring Nazca Lines and Machu Piccu best appreciated from the air and satellite imagery. You might want to locate them with Google Earth.
The Lion Gate at Bogazkoy, Turkey (in the ruins of city of Hattusha); Hittite; c. 1400 BC; the stone gates to the city would have arched in a parabola, with huge towers on either side. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Intihuatana at the archaeological site Písac in Machu Picchu, Peru, is a notable intihuatana, a ritual stone associated with the astronomic clock or calendar of the Inca in South America. Built between 2100–2300 BC, the intihuatana at Písac is the same age as, if not older than E-ninnu and Stonehenge 2