Petroglyphs of Mogor
Undoubtedly the prehistoric jewel of Marín are the petroglyphs of Mogor, found in the hill of Mogor, immediately to the Villa of Marín. Still some copies of the form of sets of concentric circles associated with each other, and of the labyrinth type, are still preserved. Among them destan * A Pedra dos Mouros *, * Stone of the Labyrinth * and * Os Campiños *.
The Mogor labyrinths are very similar to similar ones found on the Isle of Wier, south of Lapland, on the eastern coast of Sweden, as well as in Finland on the island of Gothland, Iceland and Cornwall, which served as the basis To the hypothesis of re-reading them as the work of the same sailing and colonizing people of Western Europe. The truth is that there are various interpretations such as the cult of the dead, possible trade delimitations. And none of them is generally accepted or proven.