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In the Flanders lots of megaliths where destructed…
The-maps on the pages are linked with map above!
Several big stones are not recognized as real megaliths by archaeologists,
there is doubt about others.
'Real megaliths' stones shaped at least 3500 years ago.
Wéris, near Durbuy, is the best-conserved megalithic site in Belgium. The megaliths of Wéris are reviewed in a separated chapter. (See in Intro)
Willy & Marcel Brou
can be called the 'godfathers' of the Belgian megaliths.
Edgar Simons, Flemish researcher and author, made some additions and corrections to Brou's work.
Brou en AWEM = 'Source material' for next pages