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The Ring of Brodgar is a Neolithic henge and stone circle on the Mainland, the largest island in Orkney, Scotland. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Heart of Neolithic Orkney

This is a broch, a fortified home built during the Iron Age, some 2,100 years ago. Brochs, unique to Scotland, are dry-stone, twin-walled, round towers up to 30m across and 15m high. Part of a reproduction broch was built at Strathyre, Scotland by the West of Scotland Dry Walling Association using only tools used around 2000 years ago: A team of 20 spent five days constructing a 5m high section of the Dun Lubnaig Broch. Click through for details.

Carloway Broch, zlomený zub na čelisti ostrova Lewis

Stonehenge

Stonehenge is really a prehistoric, mysterious circle of erect stones in southern England. Construction on the truly amazing monument began 000 in years past; the famous stones that nevertheless stand today were put in location about 000 years back.

An excavated house in a Stone Age village dating back to 3100BC in the Bay of Skaill, Orkney mainland, Scotland

How the cavemen ate: Cookbook reveals 77 recipes stretching right back to the Stone Age (and they taste surprisingly good!)

An excavated house in a Stone Age village dating back to in the Bay of Skaill, Orkney mainland, Scotland

The Standing Stones of Stenness, Orkney, Scotland. 4,000 - 5,000 years old.

The Mysterious Monuments of Orkney - The Egypt of the North

The Standing Stones of Stenness, Orkney, Scotland - The Standing Stones of Stenness, part of Orkney's UNESCO World Heritage group of ancient monuments, have remarkable acoustic qualities

The Ring o' Brodgar, Stenness.  The stone ring was built in a true circle, almost 104 metres wide. Although it is thought to have  originally contained 60 megaliths.  Today, only 27 stones remain.

The Ring o' Brodgar, Stenness. The stone ring was built in a true circle, almost 104 metres wide. Although it is thought to have originally contained 60 megaliths. Today, only 27 stones remain.

Standing Stones on Orkney - One of the places I want to go most. For research, of course, because dragons live in Scotland.

Standing Stones, Orkney - The most beautiful starlit skies

This is a pic of Skara Brae on the coast of the main island of Orkney off the north coast of scotland. When you walk out to this site, they have stone placed that walk you back through history.  When you reach the one that reads The Birth Of Christ and youre only half way there, you know this place is special.

Skara Brae, Orkney Island, Scotland -- late neolithic village, inhabited from 3200 BCE to 2200 BCE. (Picture S Towrie)

Ring of Brodgar, Scotland. In legend the 27 standing stones in the Ring of Brodgar were dancing giants petrified by sunlight.

Ring of Brodgar, Stenness, Orkney, Scotland, ca. In legend the 27 standing stones in the Ring of Brodgar were dancing giants petrified by sunlight.

Callanish, Craigh na Dun

The Callanish ('Calanais' in Gaelic) Standing Stones, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland; these stones are thought to have been here for over years

Ring of Brodgar, Orkney, Scotland

8 Best Archaeological Sites of the World (which are not so known)

Ring of Brodgar, Orkney, Scotland - The Ring of Brodgar is a Neolithic henge and stone circle on the Mainland, the largest island in Orkney, Scotland. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Heart of Neolithic Orkney:

Documents leaked by Edward Snowden reveal that Scottish authorities have been engaged in gathering data about phone and internet usage in much the same way as the NSA and GCHQ. The Scottish Recordi…

Snowden: Scotland has its own NSA conducting mass surveillance of phone and internet activity

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