Guadalperal dolmen

The Guadalperal dolmen, also known as the Guadalperal treasure and as the Spanish Stonehenge for its resemblance to the Stonehenge cromlech, is a megalithic monument dating from between the 3rd and 2nd millennium BCE.

Guadalperal dolmen

The Guadalperal dolmen, also known as the Guadalperal treasure and as the Spanish Stonehenge for its resemblance to the Stonehenge cromlech, is a megalithic monument dating from between the 3rd and 2nd millennium BCE. It is located in the Cáceres town of El Gordo, although the closest municipality is Peraleda de la Mata, in the Campo Arañuelo region in eastern Extremadura in Spain. It is found under the waters of the Valdecañas reservoir on the Tagus River and is only visible when the water level allows it.

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