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"Neolithic Stone Circle"

Built by the Neolithic settlers around 4000 yeras ago, such stone circles are a common feature in Britain. Yet, each of them is somehow distinctively unique and interesting. The use of these structures is yet unknown to us and creates quite a lot of speculation. The diameter of the circle is about 65.62 feet (20 meters) and are made up of almost a hundred stones. A unique historic feature, stop by for a unique sighting.
A96, Inverurie, United Kingdom, AB51 5JL
"Neolithic Stone Circle"
Built by the Neolithic settlers around 4000 yeras ago, such stone circles are a common feature in Britain. Yet, each of them is somehow distinctively unique and interesting. The use of these structures is yet unknown to us and creates quite a lot of speculation. The diameter of the circle is about 65.62 feet (20 meters) and are made up of almost a hundred stones. A unique historic feature, stop by for a unique sighting.
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