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Bannau Sir Gaer

Stone Circle

Bannau Sir Gaer (Stone Circle) by thesweetcheat The largest stone(s), which may actually be three pieces of a much larger broken, single stone.
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Lakeshore and dark peak – Carmarthen Fan 26 February 2011
thesweetcheat Image Credit: A. Brookes (26.2.2011)
Posted by thesweetcheat
1st March 2011ce
Edited 27th August 2013ce
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Comments (2)

From these stones, at this angle, it's possible to see the westernmost stones of Nant Tarw western circle. And if the recumbent from the stone row was stood up it would be visible too. The reverse doesn't work because the stones are too short , but a person stood at this spot is visible. Posted by cerrig
1st March 2011ce
I did look vaguely over in that direction, but not really in expectation - perhaps I should have tried harder! I was there with some walking friends, only one of whom even came to the circle (the others had headed straight back to car - I think the "stone setting" may have convinced them I was mad). Will return though, I haven't forgotten that we proposed a micro-meet over that way... thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
3rd March 2011ce
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