The Mên-an-Tol (Cornish: Men an Toll) is a small formation of standing stones in Cornwall, England (grid reference SW426349). It is about three miles northwest of Madron. It is also […]
Tumulus, Barrow, Burial mounds or kurgans are ancient burial place covered with a large mound of earth. Barrows were constructed in Britain from Neolithic (c. 4000 BC) until late pre-Christian (c. […]
The Ballowal tomb entrance on the cliffs near St Just is special because it is in fact a complex of barrows and cists from different periods, spanning the Neolithic and Bronze Ages […]
Trippet Stones The stone circle known as the Trippet Stones is an impressive site in open moorland on the lonely expanses of Manor Common in Blisland. Like many other stone […]
The St Breock Downs Monolith or to give it its true Celtic name (Men Gurta) is the heaviest and largest menhir (Standing Stone) in Cornwall at 16ft (5 m) high.
The Rillaton Cup A Druid sat on his daily seat offering a drink to all who passed by. He held a beautiful gold cup which would mysteriously refill after every […]
View of one of the hut circles at the