Lanyon Quoit dolmen

Lanyon Quoit dolmen

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Caption: Lanyon Quoit dolmen. These prehistoric stones are the remains of an inner chamber that was at the centre of a large burial mound. Lanyon Quoit is believed to be a mausoleum or cenotaph that was erected in about 2500 BC, during the Bronze Age. Photographed in Penwith, Cornwall, UK.

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