|Stones lying in the grass|
|Whole mound and circle|
|Biggest standing stone - El Uted "The Pointer"|
|Bricks under the mound|
|Edge of circle|
|Bilingual Stellae - image from a French text --|
this is in a Museum and no longer at the site.
|View from the top|
|Stones outside of circle|
|Side view of circle|
|Hunks out of stone - from afar|
|Hunks out of stone - closeup view|
|Copied diagram of Mzora from French text -- cited|
|French text - inside tomb|
One French text I looked at shared this photo, but the surrounding area does not fit reality. The other photo below is more likely, however.
Source: Lonely Planet Morocco, 6th Edition
|French textbook aerial photo|
|Tombs south of Morocco|
|North African monolithic sites|
Here's what the Lonely Planet says, and this was basically all I had to go on when I started my search:
"The ancient and little-understood Monoliths de M'Soura stand on a desolate patch of ground some 25km (by road) southeast of Asilah. The stones, arranged in a circle, range from 50cm to 6m in height and some historians believe the surround the tomb of a noble, perhaps dating back to Punic times. To get to the site you must first reach the village of Souq Tnine de Sidi el-Yamani, off highway P37, which branches east off the main Tangier to Rabat road. From here, 6km of bad piste (unsealed track) leads north to the site. You need a good vehicle, and a local guide would help."