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Pen-yr-Orsedd (South)

Standing Stone / Menhir

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Nearest Town:Amlwch (11km ENE)
OS Ref (GB):   SH333903 / Sheet: 114
Latitude:53° 22' 58.25" N
Longitude:   4° 30' 24" W

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Visited 10.9.12

This stone is very easy to visit as it is right next to the road.
Access to the field is via a handy gate although it was very muddy.

The standing stone is approximately 2 metres tall and has that ‘hairy’ green lichen on it.
Posted by CARL
21st September 2012ce

No trip to Anglesey seems complete without paying the stones at Pen-yr-Orsedd a visit.
This one is easily seen from the road, and is very tall and wafer thin. With one side often covered in cowshit, and farm machinery laying around it.
stubob Posted by stubob
21st April 2003ce
Edited 22nd April 2003ce