Standing Stones, Doddington Moor
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Standing Stones, Doddington Moor
Stob Stone
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Stob Stone
- Overview Map Street View Stob Stone is a Bronze Age standing stone, located by the roadside at Standing Stone Farm, about half a mile south of Matfen in Northumberland. The ...
Long Meg and Her Daughters (stone circle)
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Long Meg and Her Daughters (stone circle)
- Overview About Long Meg and Her Daughters Map Street View Long Meg and Her Daughters is a stone circle in Cumbria, located about half a mile north-east of the village ...
Castlerigg Stone Circle
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Castlerigg Stone Circle
- Overview About Castlerigg Stone Circle Map Street View Castlerigg Stone Circle, located just over a mile east of Keswick, is one of the earliest stone circles in the UK, thought ...
Swinside Stone Circle
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Swinside Stone Circle
- Overview About Swinside Stone Circle Map Street View Swinside Stone Circle (also known as Sunkenkirk Stone Circle) is a stone circle from either the Neolithic or Bronze Age date, located ...
Duddo Stone Circle
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Duddo Stone Circle
- Overview About Duddo Stone Circle Map Street View Northumberland's answer to Stonehenge! The stone circle is located just under a mile north of Duddo, close to the border with Scotland. ...
The Cockpit Stone Circle, near Pooley Bridge
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The Cockpit Stone Circle, near Pooley Bridge
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Neolithic Period
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Neolithic Period
- Overview About the Neolithic British Isles  4000 BC - 2,500 BC  The Neolithic British Isles refers to the period of British, Irish and Manx history that spanned from circa 4000 to ...
Bronze Age
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Bronze Age
Birkrigg Stone Circle
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Birkrigg Stone Circle
- Overview About Birkrigg Stone Circle Map Street View Birkrigg Stone Circle (also known as the Druid's Circle) is located on Birkrigg Common in Cumbria, located about 2 miles south of ...

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