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Lanyon Quoit

Morvah Rd, Bosullow, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, TR20 8NY
Lanyon Quoit is situated northwest of Penzance on the road between Madron and Morvah and is clearly visible from the road. It is part of a vast Neolithic complex located in the area that also…

Men-an-Tol Stones

Morvah Rd, Bosullow, Penzance, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, TR20 8NX
The Men-an-Tol is a small, but important, collection of Neolithic standing stones located near to the town of Morvah in Cornwall.  The term 'Mên-an-Tol' is old Cornish and literally translates as "The Hole Stone". The…

Stonehenge

Stonehenge Centre, A344 Road, Amesbury, Wiltshire, England, UK, SP4 7DE
Stonehenge is Britain's most important ancient monument and has been recognised as such throughout history. It's certainly one of the UK's most important tourist destinations and attracts about 900,000 visitors every year (*1) generating about…

Trevethy Quoit

B3254 Road, Darite, St.Cleer, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, PL14 5JY
Located between St Cleer and Darite in Cornwall, Trevethy Quoit, is known by locals as the 'giant's house'. Standing nine feet tall it comprises of five standing stones and is topped with a large capstone…

West Kennet Long Barrow

West Kennet, Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, SN8 1QH
West Kennet Long Barrow is one of the One of the largest Neolithic burial Chambers in Britain.  This fascinating Neolithic site was once used as a burial chamber over five millennia ago, with around 50…

Balbirnie Stone Circle

Tofthill (road), Balbirnie, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom, KY7 6NX
Balbirnie Stone Circle dates back to around 2800BC and once had ten stone megaliths but only eight remain today. Originally known as the Druids Circle it had to moved by roughly 125 metres to make…

Beaghmore Stone Circles

Blackrock Rd, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, BT80 9PA
The Beaghmore stone circles and cairns date back to the late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age periods around 2,000-1,200 BC. They were discovered quite recently in or arround 1942 and their magnitude went largely unnoticed…

Bant’s Carn Burial Chamber

Pungies Lane, St Mary's Isle, Isles of Scilly, England, United Kingdom, TR21 0NP
Bant's Carn is the remains of a bronze Age / Iron Age burial mound - also known as an Entrance Grave - on the island of St Mary's off the coast of Cornwall. It was…

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