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Merrivale Rows

Stone Rows (Multiple, Avenue), Devon


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This impressive double row of stones is a member of a group of several prehistoric structures: merr11.jpg (10111 bytes)two stone circles, an avenue, a double row, a single row, a large damaged cist, standing stones and hut-circles. 182m (596 feet) long and 1.1m (3 feet 6 inches) wide, it is aligned almost exactly East-West. A triangular stone lies at the eastern terminus, and paired pillars at the western terminus.




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merr12.jpg (17112 bytes)Access: Just south of the B3357 cross-Dartmoor road, 6km from Tavistock. Pull over just past the hamlet of Merrivale.
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