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Maen Hir

Standing Stone / Menhir


Visited 10.10.10
I parked in the hamlet of Pant-Y-Caws and walked the 10 minutes it takes to get to the field in which the stone stands. As with every other site in this area, the field hedgerows are very tall and you need to go to the field gate in order to get a reasonable view of the stone. The stone is at the far end of the field and the two holes in the stone are evident. The stone itself is wide but fairly thin.
Be warned – the further up the farm track you walk the muddier it gets!
Posted by CARL
15th October 2010ce

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