Cosdon Stone Row

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The Stone Rows of Great Britain website states: “The most impressive triple stone row in Great Britain measures 146m long and includes 127 small, medium and large-sized stones situated on an east facing terrace on the lower slopes of Cosdon Hill. Unusually, the blocking stones are at the upper end and separate the row from a cairn with two cists. The row is orientated east to west and well worth the effort of getting to.

It is also known as ‘The Cemetery’.

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