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    Default Brittany as origin of European megaliths



    Plus claims that seafaring is 2,000 years older in Europe than thought previously.

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    Default Re: Brittany as origin of European megaliths

    Hi !
    Interesting study of early expanding routes.
    As Brittany is mentioned for the source of massive stones structure and no illustration for it, I share this movie about the rows of Carnac (Karnag).
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    Default Re: Brittany as origin of European megaliths

    Quote Originally Posted by arsene37 View Post
    Hi !
    Interesting study of early expanding routes.
    As Brittany is mentioned for the source of massive stones structure and no illustration for it, I share this movie about the rows of Carnac (Karnag).
    Enjoy
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    Default Re: Brittany as origin of European megaliths

    Hello all,

    we have made holidays in Bretagne (Brittany) devoted to the megaliths, quite a few years ago.
    Bretagne is really worth of a trip,

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