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Archaeological Sites in Great Britain

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5 archaeological sites in Great Britain

Archaeological Sites in Stromness
Maeshowe
Between Stromness and Finstown is Maeshowe, an ancient burial site in a circular mound with an outer ditch. It's about 4,500 years
Archaeological Sites in Stromness
Broch of Gurness
(1)
The "Brochs" are buildings in Scotland, mainly on the north and west coasts. A broch was usually a high-rise tower, built of stone
Archaeological Sites in Stromness
Skara Brae
Skara Brae is one of the best-preserved Neolithic villages in Northern Europe. More than 5,000 years old, it is a fascinating plac
Archaeological Sites in Kirkcaldy
Standin' Stane de Kirkcaldy
(1)
Just outside the town of Kirkaldy, Stirling towards the A915 road are a set of megalithic standing stones in the middle of a field
Archaeological Sites in Kirkwall
Tomb of the Eagles
The Tomb of the Eagles south of the island, in South Ronaldsay, is perhaps the best preserved site on the island. It owes its name
Civitatis
(815)
82 £
Civitatis
19.90 £
Civitatis
Free
Civitatis
(41)
62.90 £
Civitatis
(119)
71.80 £
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