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<b>Kerbalanec</b>Posted by MothImage © Tim Clark
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  • Kerbanalec
  • Kerbannalec

Latitude:48° 4' 59.55" N
Longitude:   4° 27' 16.9" W

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It's about 12ms long and with five large capstones the largest over 2ms long, and still has plenty of mound, which we liked.

Don't be confused by the interchangability of its name. Many places round here have multiple names, both French and Breton, but also folkloric names. Kerbalanec is the name of the hamlet on the road sign, and in one or two books we've got. Aubrey Burl in his 1984 edition of 'Megalithic Brittany' calls it Kerbanalec, as does the blokey on the Megalithes Breton website:

Well, whatever it's called it's the same place.
Jane Posted by Jane
11th October 2009ce
Edited 17th October 2009ce