Italian "Stonehenge" Discovered

telegraph.co.uk: Two columns of granite blocks, reminiscent of Stonehenge, have been found in Calabria in southern Italy. In his report, Bruce Johnston of News.telegraph.co.uk, discussed the discovery of stone structures, thought to be neolithic from 4,000-2,400 BCE. The two granite columns, topped by a lintel, measure about 33x60 ft. and are mostly in ruins due to earthquake activity.

Alessandro Guerricchio, of the University of Calabria, believes the stones were used for religious purposes and suggests that they might have been from a Mycenaean settlement.