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Stannon Stone Circle, Bodmin Moor
England

The Stannon Stone Circle is about four kilometres NE of St Breward on the edge of Bodmin Moor (SX126800). It consists of roughly 65-70 stones of which about 40 are still standing. The stones are quite small, averaging about half a metre high. The peak of Rough Tor can be seen on the horizon.

Copyright: Roy Reed
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Taken: 03/08/2011
Caricate: 03/08/2011
Aggiornato: 07/08/2014
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