The World's Most Famous Prehistoric Sites

Stonehenge (England) A UNESCO World Heritage Site shrouded in mystery, featuring large standing stones dating back to around 3000 BCE

Chauvet Cave (France) Renowned for its stunning cave paintings, dating back approximately 36,000 years, and designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Dholavira (Gujarat) One of the largest and most well-preserved Harappan sites, Dholavira dates back to around 2500 BCE

Skara Brae (Scotland) A remarkably well-preserved Neolithic settlement on the Orkney Islands, dating back to around 3100 BCE, providing insights into daily life during that period

Mesa Verde (USA) Famous for its well-preserved cliff dwellings, inhabited by the Ancestral Puebloans from around 600 to 1300 CE, offering insights into indigenous life in North America