Archaeoastronomy is the study and interpretation of solar, lunar and stellar alignments found at ancient monuments such as pyramids, towers, ground lines such as the Nazca Lines in Peru, and megalithic sites Stonehenge, Carnac, Newgrange, etc. These monuments are on major planetary grid points. Travel to Georgia, Armenia and NW Iran – with Dr. Edwin Krupp, Director of the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles – and learn about archaeoastronomy in the field.