One of the 526 standing stones unearthed at the site of La Torre-La Janera, near Huelva in southwestern Spain.

7,500-year-old Spanish ‘Stonehenge’ discovered in future avocado farm

Archaeologists have discovered one of the largest Neolithic standing stone complexes in Europe near the city of Huelva in southwestern Spain, where avocados are planned to be grown. The oldest standing stones – known in many parts of Europe as “stele”, possibly from the Celtic word for “stone” – may be 7,500 years old, and …

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