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Stone Circle, Cornwall


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This 32.3m (106-foot) ring was re-erected in 1906, and close inspection suggests that several stones were either upside down or with their faces reversed. Generally, circle stones have the smooth sides facing inward and the rough sides outward. Nevertheless, the stones appear to have been accurately located with respect to their original positions. Twenty-five stones remain out of a probable original twenty-eight, and their 3.7m (12-foot) spacing is in keeping with the Bodmin Moor group of big rings.


Access: Difficult 3/4km walk from Trezibbet Farm through barbed wire and fences.
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Rating: General Impression 4, Ambience 4, Access 1


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