The landscape of the Xieng Khouang plateau is dotted throughout with thousands of stone jars, in clusters from one to over a hundred jars. Initial study of the Plain of Jars by French archaeologist Madeleine Colani in the 1930's suggested that the stone jars are associated with the burial practices of the protohistoric communities living in the area.
Altitudes within the plateau area may reach 1000 m
originally posted by: LockwithnoKey
Very cool info OP!
I was checking out one of your links for more pics and saw this..
WTF is the "beam" coming out of the jar just left of center?