Sometimes, going out to “hunt” petroglyphs in Galicia is easier saying than doing it. This one I bring you here it’s located in Correxins (Santiago de Compostela) and is the last of three groups, Conxo (https://skfb.ly/6ZSG7) and Mount Pedroso (https://skfb.ly/onoBo), distributed in the hills around the city. As well as the others, its chronology is not clear; being, possibly, from the Bronce Age. To see this here, you must activate solid (Matcap) view and eliminate the texture. If you want to visit it, it’s necessary to do it at sunset or at dawn, even though it’s still difficult due to the thick vegetation.
The petroglyph was discovered in 1947 and soon were noticed the similarities of the concentric circles that domain the assemblage with the ones recorded in megalithic Irland. This kind of representations are the most commons in Galicia.
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