Copper Age "Stonehenge of Sevilla" could become supermarket

Castilleja, Spain's mayor Carmelo Cebo does not believe in the value of the 4,500-year-old Copper Age burial site near Sevilla, calling it "just a pile of stones," not worth saving. The site may be destined to be bulldozed to make way for developers.

Work on the archaeological site, the largest Copper Age settlement on the Iberian Peninsula, has been hated, with excavations left open to the elements. “They claim there is no money left to protect the remains,” said American archaeologist Carolyn Kerr.