3600-2500 Malta Animal Relief of a bull and sow part of monumental structures from Tarxien, Malta. Maltese prehistory has been recalibrated to 3rd millennia BCE. The prehistoric Maltese cultures developed earlier and independently of the Egyptian pyramids or Stonehenge.
The Hypogeum in Hal-Saflieni, Paola, Malta, is a subterranean structure dating to the Saflieni phase in Maltese prehistory. Thought to be originally a sanctuary, it became a necropolis in prehistoric times. - http://www.oddee.com/item_96666.aspx
The rock carved tombs of Mada’in Saleh in Saudi Arabia (by Eric Lafforgue).
The Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni Today the whole of the Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni is underground, but in the past the main entrance was on the surface, decorated with megaliths. On the walls of the Hypogeum many different patterns in red ochre were found. Shapes like spirals, pentagons, floral patterns, and even the outline of a bull adorned the walls. Within the Hypogeum, archaeologists have uncovered tombs, r
Megalithic Temples of Malta, one of the oldest structures in the world
"Cart ruts", Malta.
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On some stretches of the coast in St. George's Bay, situated on the north-east coast of Malta, tracks go straight to the Mediterranean Sea. Underwater tracks formed when sea levels were much lower than today, according to Erich von Däniken, who described the structures on Malta in his book "Prophet of the Past" (Prophet der Vergangenheit, 1979).
Ggantija, Malta - Ggantija: ('The Work of Giants'). The Ggantija temples are amongst the oldest temple structures on Malta.Once the most prominent site on Gozo Island. The importance of this temple complex is only now outweighed by the discovery of the 'Hypogeum II' within and below the nearby Xaghra Stone-Circle.
Hagar Qim temple – Malta. Malta's prehistoric temples are officially classified as being the oldest free-standing monuments in the world and are World Heritage sites.