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East Moor Ring Cairn

Ring Cairn


This large cairn sits atop of the low hill at the western end of the East Moor stone row. It is about 60 ft in diameter and lovely and flat in the middle with a surounding low ring of stones covered in grass for much of the time.
This is the first cairn of its type I have come across, were they used for burials or just for ritual? answers on a postcard please.
Mr Hamhead Posted by Mr Hamhead
12th July 2004ce
Edited 13th July 2004ce

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