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Dolmen de Axeitos

Dolmen de Axeitos

Aberlemno Pictish stone

Aberlemno 2 is one of the most beautiful Class II Pictish stones. The hole drilled through it is a later "enhancement". Note that the apparant shape of the stone in the photographs--a wide base and tapering towards t.

Standing Stones, Callanish, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, UK

The Callanish Stones were erected between 2900 and 2600 BC. Standing Stones, Callanish, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland by Adam Woolfitt

∆...The Carnac stones are a dense collection of more than three thousand standing stones around the French village of Carnac—the largest such collection in the world.  The stones were erected between 4500 and 3300 B.C.

Carnac Stones, France The Carnac stones are a dense collection of more than three thousand standing stones around the French village of Carnac—the largest such collection in the world. The stones were erected between 4500 and 3300 B.

Haroldstown, county Carlow

Field Guide to Megaliths of Ireland

ORKNEY ISLANDS    SCOTLAND- wish I could have made it here

The novelist LP Hartley once described the past as a foreign country. Walking among the standing stones of Orkney’s Ring of Brodgar, it feels more like another world.

The great  Aberlemno stone

Picture of The great Aberlemno stone in Aberlemno, Angus submitted by local photographers.

Stonehenge

Image viaStonehenge, England, United Kingdom- my home away from homeImage viaStonehenge, England Originally constructed by the British Pagans who lived on the Island Nation before the

angus scotland | angus is known as scotland s birthplace the last refuge

Serpent Stone in Aberlemno, Angus, Scotland ~ an unshaped standing stone, bearing incised Pictish symbols whose meanings are unknown. It's considered one of the finest & best-preserved Pictish symbol stones still standing in or near its original position.

The Rollright Stones by Angie Latham, via 500px

Magical Ring - Photography:England The Rollright Stones , Oxfordshire

Bronze age Standing Stones, Pembrokeshire, Wales

These form the remains of a Bronze age burial chamber at Pentre Ifan in the Preseli Mountains near Fishguard, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales, UK.

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