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<b>Corrower</b>Posted by NucleusImage © Uwe Häberle 05/2010
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Latitude:54° 4' 32.67" N
Longitude:   9° 4' 37.17" W

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While visiting Corrower Standing Stone I realize a odd megalithic structure in another field. From the road it looked like a big megalithic tomb, so I jumped over a gate to went about 120m up to the small mound to see what I have discovered.

To be honest, when I came closer to the stones, I couldn't spot, if this is really a megalithic object. As some of the stones are big boulders, I don't think it is just field clearance.

According to the National Monuments Service the mound is a Rath (MA040-046----), but unfortunately there is no reference of the stones.

What do you think?

Visited May 2010
Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
2nd November 2017ce