'Spanish Stonehenge' emerges from drought-hit dam
A brutal summer has caused havoc for many in rural Spain, but one unexpected side-effect of the country's worst drought in decades has delighted archaeologists - the emergence of a prehistoric stone circle in a dam whose waterline has receded.
Archaeology breakthrough as ‘Spanish Stonehenge’ from 5000BC unveiled after horror drought
A DROUGHT in Spain has revealed a stunning prehistoric stone circle from 5000BC, dubbed "Spanish Stonehenge", after being submerged in a reservoir for years.
'Spanish Stonehenge' has reemerged amid Europe's sizzling drought
A Spanish "stonehenge" has reemerged amid the country's devastating drought, officials said. Experts believe the striking circle of dozens of megalithic stones has existed since 5000 BC. However, it was first discovered by German archaeologist Hugo Obermaier in 1926 before it became flooded in 1963 due to a rural development project under Francisco Franco's dictatorship. Now, the structure sits in a corner of the Valdecanas reservoir located in