Photographer's Note

After a long time, I'm posting another photo of my series about the Almendres Cromlech. This one was also taken on the same day. It's situated in the countryside, near a village called Guadalupe, not far from Évora.
It dates from the 4000 - 3000 BC but it has been discovered only in the 20th century, being considered the biggest one in the Iberian Peninsula and one of the most important in Europe. It's formed by around 95 monoliths of granit (some of them engraved), forming a wide irregular circle.

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