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Hell Stone Portesham by cjb22 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Neolithic Dolmen, Portesham, Dorset

Hell Stone Portesham by cjb22 on Flickr.

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Neolithic Dolmen, Portesham, Dorset

Men-an-Tol by Star Watcher on Flickr.Via Flickr: 
Possibly the remains of a Neolithic tomb, Mên-an-Tol is steeped in legend and folklore and has been used for thousands of years as a place of ritual and healing. The stones consist of two uprights with a circular holed stone in their centre and a fourth stone which has fallen. It is highly likely that the stones of Men-an-Tol are the result of a collapsed Dolmen tomb or a stone circle and have been repositioned, possibly more than once during their history.

Men-an-Tol by Star Watcher on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Possibly the remains of a Neolithic tomb, Mên-an-Tol is steeped in legend and folklore and has been used for thousands of years as a place of ritual and healing. The stones consist of two uprights with a circular holed stone in their centre and a fourth stone which has fallen. It is highly likely that the stones of Men-an-Tol are the result of a collapsed Dolmen tomb or a stone circle and have been repositioned, possibly more than once during their history.

Dolmen de Garde-Epée in Saint-Brice by Wilfried.B on Flickr.
Lanyon Quoit #34 by nighthawkjw on Flickr.
Uragh Stone Circle by JohnFinn on Flickr.