Wassu Stone Circles
The Wassu stone circle is situated at Wassu village in the central river region, its believed to be burial mounds of Kings and chiefs in ancient times, more than 1,200 years old. Local legends has it that there is a curse on anyone who disturbs those laid to rest there. This may account as to why the stones have lasted so long.
Despite the fact that they were burial sites, the stones themselves are of a younger age than the graves.The average height of each stone column is 5 feet 9 inches, and the 11 large concentrations of circles have puzzled many travelers over the centuries and have been the subject of many archaeological excavations.
- Wassu Stone Circles
Its over 1200 years old and are burial sites for kings
- Stones Circles
The average height of each stone column is 5 feet 9 inches.
- The Wassu Stone Circles & Museum
Wassu stone circles is a UNESCO World Heritage site
- Stone Circles and National Monument
This sacred site was declared a National Monument in 1995