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Standing Stones and Monuments

  • Angel of the North  Historical notes, engineering, technical and construction plans for England's largest sculpture.
  • Castlerigg  Aerial and panoramic photographs are featured at this site about the stone circle near Keswick. Includes a detailed scale diagram showing the positions of the individual stones with notations on the seasonal rising and setting of the sun and moon.
  • Devil's Arrows Standing Stones  Presented by Megalithia - a site with information about megalithic stones including Stonehenge, Avebury, and Callanish. This page focuses on the Stone Row/Alignment of Devils Arrows in England, part of a grand tour of European prehistory. Includes several excellent photographs of the stones.
  • Megalithic Mysteries  In depth presentation of stone circles, cairns, monoliths and other archaeological sites. Impressive details and photographs.
  • RCAHMS  The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) records and interprets the sites, monuments and buildings of Scotland's past, promotes a greater appreciation of their value through the maintenance of the National Monuments Record of Scotland (NMRS) and presents them by means of publications and exhibitions. Features a comprehensive searchable database.
  • Stone Pages  Over 400 stone circles, dolmens, standing stones, cairns, barrows and hillforts in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, France and Italy are explored at this site.
  • Wallace Monument  A brief history of the building of the monument. Features a selection of photographs, including the interior, spiral staircase and views from the top. Presented by the superb Undiscovered Scotland site.
  • William Wallace Statue  A brief history of William Wallace and the immense sandstone statue set on the side of the wooded Tweed valley.