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Micene - Porta dei Leoni

Micene - Porta dei Leoni

The enduring walls of Mnajdra manifest the skills of Maltese masons who 5000 years ago shaped native limestone for the world’s first temples. November, 1977

The enduring walls of Mnajdra manifest the skills of Maltese masons who 5000 years ago shaped native limestone for the world’s first temples.

Dating back to 3500 to 2500 BC, the Megalithic Temples of Malta are some of the oldest structures in the world.

The World’s Oldest Structures

With buildings dating back to 3000 BC, a fascinating look at the world's oldest structures that have stood the test of time!

Hagar Qim (Malta) / Neolith. Temple /  (4th millenium BC).

Hagar Qim (Malta) / Neolith. Temple / (4th millenium BC).

Three snakes. Snakes are rare in northern hemisphere Paleolithic art. Mammoth tusk; carved, polished and engraved. 138 x 81 mm.   Malta Site (excavations by M.M. Gerasimov, 1928-1930), Siberia, the River Belaya, near Irkutsk, Russia   Maltinsko-buretskaya Culture. 23 000 - 19 000 BP   Photo and text: http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/

Carved, Polished & Engraved Mammoth Tusk Depicting 3 Snakes -- Circa BCE -- Maltinsko-buretskaya Culture -- Excavated in Siberia -- Belonging to the State Hermitage Museum, St.

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- Megalithic Temples of Malta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

World Oldest Buildings     Megalithic Temples, Malta

The World’s Oldest Structures

(It appears to me that there are multiple claims of "oldest"). World Oldest Buildings Megalithic Temples, Malta

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