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Ord Burial Cairns

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<b>Ord Burial Cairns</b>Posted by nickbrandImage © nickbrand
Nearest Town:Dornoch (28km ESE)
OS Ref (GB):   NC574054 / Sheet: 16
Latitude:58° 0' 53.88" N
Longitude:   4° 24' 50.54" W

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There are many burial cairns scattered about The Ord. The remains of the cairn tombs are the most obvious neolthic remains, but there are other burial cairns, a burnt mound and innumerable hut circles. I have attached a photograph of one of the burial cairns. nickbrand Posted by nickbrand
24th May 2004ce