Menhirs are tall, upright standing stones, often of considerable size, erected by prehistoric cultures for various religious, ceremonial, or commemorative purposes. They are typically found in groups or single formations and can be associated with burial sites or religious rituals during the Neolithic and Bronze Age periods. Menhirs are spread throughout different regions globally, with notable concentrations in Europe. These enigmatic structures continue to capture the imagination and interest of archaeologists and enthusiasts.