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|Description ||At the top (NE) end of Assycombe double stone rows, looking downhill towards SW. |
I did wonder if this row had anything to do with celebrating Winter Solstice sunset and Summer Solstice sunrise.
|You can see that the terminals of the rows aren't inter-visible. This must have been done for a purpose: maybe to heighten the importance of the destiny of the procession along the avenue, perhaps?|
|This is surprisingly often the case with Dartmoor rows, that you cannot see one end from the other, even with fairly short rows (or avenues) such as this.
Nice set of pictures Angie - Thanks for these
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