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An unusual and attractive Cornish site, the Mên-an-Tol is believed to belong to the Bronze Age, thereby making it around 3,500 years old, though little evidence has been found. It consists of four stones, the most memorable being the circular and pierced upright stone

Imposing Trethevy Quoit, situated near to the village of St. Cleer on the south eastern edge of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall.

TINTAGEL Labyrinth near Cornwall, England

tintagel labyrinth, cornwall, england. (i was there many years ago, but didn't see it - or know to look. ...but i felt it *everywhere*; didn't yet know what to call it!) ...@Maitreya Levanchild

Seahenge, Holme-Next-the-Sea, Norfolk 4000 year old oak-trunk circle found buried in the sand in 1998. The timbers were removed for conservation and are now in the Lynn Museum in Kings Lynn.


Häxewääg - Witch theme trail at Schwarzsee