Standing Stones etc

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Maes Howe, Orkney, ScotlandMaes HoweOrkney, ScotlandNeolithic chambered cairn and passage grave. Main chamber is full of runic graffiti left by the Vikings. It is the latest in the world single...Machrie, ScotlandMachrieScotlandMultiple sets of standing stones and stone circles with a couple of 100 metresOrkney, ScotlandOrkneyScotlandThe Ring of Brodgar, a relic from the Bronze Age. It is thought to have originally contained 60 megaliths, today only 27 stones remain.Kilmartin Glen, Argyll and Bute, ScotlandKilmartin GlenArgyll and Bute, ScotlandThis is the stone lid to a grave I went into on a prehistory trip my high school took ten years ago. Kilmartin is full of Neolithic sites and is...Clava Cairns, ScotlandClava CairnsScotlandMore stones at Clava CairnsIsle of Arran, North Ayrshire, ScotlandIsle of ArranNorth Ayrshire, ScotlandStone circles on the Isle of Arran - ScotlandGarynahine, Na h-Eileanan an Iar, ScotlandGarynahineNa h-Eileanan an Iar, ScotlandThis is the location of the stone circle known as Callanish IV....we renamed it 'Barry'! Excellent views over Loch Roag and toward Callanish.Skara Brae, Orkney, ScotlandSkara BraeOrkney, ScotlandAnother view of Skara brae. 5,000 year old village in the Orkney islands.Corrigall, ScotlandCorrigallScotlandEntrance to a Neolithic underground cave, Skara Brae, Mainland Orkney Islands, Scotland. A cluster of 10 underground caves built close to the North...Stones of Stenness, Orkney, ScotlandStones of StennessOrkney, ScotlandAn elliptical henge from 1000 to 2500 Bc.Clava Cairns, ScotlandClava CairnsScotlandStanding stones near InvernessCalanais, ScotlandCalanaisScotlandCallanish standing stones. If you haven't been there and you are a fan of prehistoric sites then you have got to try and get there. Words can't...Callanish Stones, Na h-Eileanan an Iar, ScotlandCallanish StonesNa h-Eileanan an Iar, ScotlandErected between 2900 and 2600 BC with possible earlier buildings before 3000 BC. Callanish, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, ScotlandCorrimony, ScotlandCorrimonyScotlandCorrimony Cairn found near Glen Urquhart. There are 12 standing stones around the outside and a large slab (that may have been the capstone) which...
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