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Abbaye de Tintern, Pays de Galles (Wales) ©Escapades Celtiques

Abbaye de Tintern, Pays de Galles (Wales) ©Escapades Celtiques

Standing stones at Pentre Ifan in Pembrokeshire, Wales. This Bronze Age monument, also known as Arthur's Quoit, dates from around 4000-3500 BC. It is thought to have been constructed as a burial chamber and would have originally been covered in earth. The capstone of the chamber is about 5 metres long. Photographed in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales.

Dolmen at Pentre Ifan, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales. This Bronze Age monument, also known as Arthur's Quoit, dates from around BC. It is thought to have been constructed as a burial chamber and would have originally been covered in earth.

Laggangairn standing stones,  Scotland.

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The year old Laggangairn Standing Stones, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Built in 1799-1801 Designed by Hugh Cairncross
The lands of Ardgowan were given to John Stewart by his father King Robert III of Scotland on 5th may 1403. Robert III was Robert the Bruce’s great grandson and the estate has been passed down from father to son or uncle to nephew to the present day.
The first historical mention of the Castle of Ardgowan - the tower at the bottom of the garden - was in 1307. At that time the castle was an English garrison commanded by Sir Philip Mowbray…

Built in 1799-1801 Designed by Hugh Cairncross The lands of Ardgowan were given to John Stewart by his father King Robert III of Scotland on 5th may 1403. Robert III was Robert the Bruce’s great grandson and the estate has been passed down from father to son or uncle to nephew to the present day. The first historical mention of the Castle of Ardgowan - the tower at the bottom of the garden - was in 1307. At that time the castle was an English garrison commanded by Sir Philip Mowbray…

Hadrian's wall protected the people from other tribes. Hadrian's Wall is called the first Toll road.

Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, England - which the Romans began building in 122 A.

"St. Govan's Chapel ~ Pemrokeshire, Wales" ~ Curious hermitage on the coast. Visit when you stay at www.the-oldswaninn.co.uk

Govan's Chapel is a chapel located at St. Govan's Head, Pembrokeshire in south west Wales. Built into the side of a limestone cliff, the building measures 20 by 12 feet m × m) with walls constructed from limestone, and consists of a single chamber

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These standing stones are called Cerrig Meibion Arthur (The Stones of Arthur's Sons) in the Preseli Mountains, Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Traditionally, these standing stones are said to be the graves of King Arthur's sons who were killed while hunting the ferocious Twrch Trwyth, the boar which appears in the tale 'Culhwch ac Olwen (one of a collection of ancient stories found in The Mabinogion)

These standing stones are called Cerrig Meibion Arthur (The Stones of Arthur's…

Early 1600’s stone Cotswold cottage from Chedworth, Gloucestershire, England - Greenfield Village, MI

Early stone Cotswold cottage from Chedworth, Gloucestershire, England - Greenfield Village, MI ♥

Tintern Abbey, England

madness-and-gods: “ Beams of light illuminate the ruins of Tintern Abbey, Tintern, Monmouthshire, Wales.

Gylen Castle on Kerrara Island, Scotland (short ferry from Oban)

Manny August FitzStephen Bono Gylen Castle on Kerrara Island, Scotland (short ferry from Oban)

Dolbadarn Castle, Snowdonia, Wales photo via alicia

Dolbadarn Castle, Snowdonia, Wales photo via alicia (Blue Pueblo)

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