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Burial mound on Anglesey
Wales

This burial mound started out as a small henge about 5000 years ago - a small circular area with 14 standing stones surrounded by a bank and ditch. Afterwards the henge was 'converted' into a burial mound. For more information look down.

Copyright: Bernd Kronmueller
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