Almendres Cromlech

Historic Site in Évora

Cromeleque Dos Almendres
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The Cromlech of Almendres consists of two circles made up of 95 stones, some of which are adorned with schematic and geometric carvings. Additionally, in the vicinity, there is a 4-meter-tall Menhir. Recent investigations have confirmed that the majority of the stones remain in their original location and date back to the Neolithic period (4000 BCE) and Chalcolithic period (2500 BCE).

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Visiting Almendres Cromlech

Address: Almendres Cromlech, Almendras, Portugal
Duration: 20 minutes

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