Archaeological sites that are a window to humans’ evolution

Giza Pyramids And Sphinx In Egypt

These structures are some of the most iconic structures in the world. The Great Pyramid is the only existing wonder of the original Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

Dholavira in India

Dholavira is one of the five largest Indus Valley Civilisation sites. You can visit the site to see the ancient society’s water management system.

Stonehenge in United Kingdom

There are many theories surrounding this prehistoric monument. How the stones were moved or transported is still unknown.

Troy In Turkey

This ancient city in the present-day Hisarlik, was an inspiration behind the Greek myth Trojan War. The site is open to the public.

Catalhoyuk In Turkey

Catalhoyuk is a great place to see the transition from hunter-gatherer society to an urban settlement.

Göbekli Tepe In Turkey

Göbekli Tepe dates back to around 9600 BCE and, so far, is the world's oldest temple complex.

Skara Brae in Scotland

Skara Brae is a remarkably well-preserved Neolithic village that allows us to take a look at what the daily lives of the ancient inhabitants must be like.

Avebury Stone Circle in United Kingdom

This Neolithic monument is larger and older than Stonehenge. The site was developed 800 years before the Neolithic Stonehenge site.