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Men-an-Tol, nr. Pendeen, Cornwall Photo taken 9th October 2012 The Mên-an-Tol (also Men an Toll) is a small formation of standing stones near the Madron–Morvah road in Cornwall The name Mên-an-Tol in the Cornish Language means "the hole stone". It consists of three upright granite stones: a round stone with its middle holed out with two small standing stones to each side, and is one of the best known megalithic structures in Britain.
2008 | Prajnaparamita Sanctuary in Devon, created by Sagaravajra at Buddhafield’s land at Broadhembury in Devon. Origene, an early Christian writer, had mentioned that Buddhism was strong in Britain before Christianity. Is Buddhism making a comeback in Britain? Between Hinduism and Buddhism are half the world peoples wp.me/p8KUL-v