Some time ago I read an interesting article about thousands of megalithic structures that have been found spread throughout the massive area of the Western Caucasus in Southern Russia. Astoundingly similar though spread over hundreds of thousands of acres, there are currently over three thousand found and counting. Dolmens are found throughout Europe through Asia, in India, Korea, Spain and Ireland, as well as the Middle East and Africa. The Russian portal tombs are unique in that they are nearly all identical, reflect highly skilled stone masonry, and are spread out over a much farther region than one would think possible, given the sparse population of the region. Each Caucasus Dolmen weighs roughly 15 to 30 tons, yet they have not found a single trace of a stone quarry anywhere in the Western Caucasus, nor have they found any evidence of the stones having been dragged to the sites. Personally, I’m a bit tempted to think of the Caucasian Dolmens as a type of OOPArt. To read the fascinating article, please click on the photo.