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Badbury Rings Dorset 3
England

"Badbury Rings" is an Iron Age hill fort, consisting of three concentric cicular ditches.  To the north of the fort, there is an ordnance survey triangulation piller.

Copyright: James Battersby
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送信日: 31/01/2010
更新日: 05/09/2014
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