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Burial Chamber (Dolmen) in Cornwall in the care of the National Trust. This burial chamber composed of three uprights and a capstone is one of the most famous in Cornwall and one of the easiest to reach. The chamber was once covered by a long barrow approximately 25m long by 12m wide. The capstone apparently fell in 1815, but was replaced in 1824.
Below are a selection of photographs from my visit there.
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