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Lots of standing stones with various carvings in that date back a long way. Was all written in Spanish so unsure of all details but never the less fascinating to see. The stones are in El Moller which can be accessed via the back road...More
Although to start with, it's a shame that all these menhires were taken from their natural locations and moved (several times) to a single location, where they have also been damaged by weather conditions, this park is a well-deserved National Archaeological Heritage. Take your time...More
Just some rocks standing there, they are not in the original place where they should be and because of that lost their meaning. If you have a lot of free time go there, but it is not something breathtaking at all. The only service they...More
The Menhires National Park is situated 15 km to the East of Tafí del Valle and 107 km from San Miguel de Tucumán.
There are about 50 megaliths belonging to the Tafí Culture, dating from 820 B.C. and 780 A. D.
These stone monuments were...More