Provides information on megaliths in and around Osnabrück in North Germany, in English and German. Includes hiking trails [in German] and links.
Some of the most interesting megalithic and other archaeological sites in Europe.
A ring of connected sites featuring stone circles, megaliths and other ancient sites.
The life-histories of megalithic monuments in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Germany). An electronic monograph based on a Ph.D. thesis submitted by Cornelius J Holtorf to the University of Wales.
Russian dolmens and other megaliths including maps, photo gallery and legends. Articles covering history, archaeology and mystic theories.
Odile Prigent describes these great stone monuments and the Neolithic farmers who built them. Plans, drawings and photographs of the different types; important examples. French and English versions.
A chance discovery of a group of megaliths on a coastal plain in western Yemen has sent scholars scrambling to explain why and how people were living there between ca. 2400 and 800 B.C. Article from Archaeology.
Toti Calo's photographic book of megaliths in Europe and specifically Apulia, Italy.
The University of Colorado declares an assembly of huge stone slabs at Nabta in Egypt to be the oldest known astronomical alignment of megaliths in the world.
Site about Russian megaliths, with timeline, classification, photos, theories, and articles. In Russian, but has links to Babelfish translation which works passably.