{{Infobox settlement| | name = Antequera

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| official_name = | official_name = | settlement_type = Municipality | other_name = | nickname = | motto =   For her loveقایناق خطاسی برچسب تمام‌کنندهٔ </ref> برای برچسب <ref> پیدا نشد and the Dólmen de Viera, dating from the third millennium BCE. They are the largest such structures in Europe. The larger one, Dólmen de Menga, is twenty-five metres in diameter and four metres high, and was built with thirty-two megaliths, the largest weighing about 180 tonnes. After completion of the chamber (which probably served as a grave for the ruling families) and the path leading into the centre, the stone structure was covered with earth and built up into the hill that exists today. When the مزار was opened and examined in the nineteenth century, archaeologists found the skeletons of several hundred people inside. The Dólmen del Romeral, which dates from about 1800 bce, is outside the city. A large number of smaller stones were used in its construction. Los Silillos, a significant Bronze Age prehistoric village was uncovered several miles north of Antequera.[۱] From the seventh century BCE, the region was settled by the Iberians, whose cultural and economic contacts with the فنیقی‌لرns and Greeks are demonstrated by many archaeological discoveries. In the middle of the first millennium BCE, the Iberians mingled with wandering Celts (see Celtiberians) and with the civilization of Tartessos of southern Spain. [نیازمند منبع] The dolmen complex of Menga, Viera, and Romeral was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 2016 under the name "Antequera Dolmens Site". The manifest for recognition from یونسکو (UNESCO) also includes Peña de los Enamorados (Lovers' Rock) and El Torcal.[۲]

Town State/Region Country
اقد شابلون:Country data Hérault Flag of France.svg فرانسه[۳]
Oaxaca شابلون:Country data Oaxaca Flag of Mexico.svg مکزیک[۴]

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ویکی‌دولانمانین Antequera اوچون بیر سیاحت تعلیماتی وار.
  1. C. Michael Hogan, Los Silillos, the Megaltihic Portal, ed. Andy Burnham
  2. "Antequera dolmens continue World Heritage status bid". Spanish News Today (in Spanish). September 21, 2015. Archived from the original on January 15, 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  3. Spanish local corporations twinned with Europe. Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces. یوْخلانیلیبOctober 30, 2009.
  4. Bustamante Vasconcelos Alberto. Casa de la Cultura Oaxaqueña. آرشیولنیب اصلی نۆسخه‌دن on March 6, 2010. یوْخلانیلیبOctober 30, 2009.