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This is a very tall menhir, given its size and age, it is very impressive that it was raised and still stands today.
However, it is in the middle of a lonely field, that was completely mud sodden and only had a little sign explaining...More
Please be forewarned that all of these Neolithic sites featuring megaliths are not designed for the physically challenged. There are virtually no paved walk ways, no ramps, and no elevators. We had a rented car and got to this site using our GPS. We reached...More
This imposing 9+ metres high monument dominates a plateau on the outskirts of Dol de Bretagne - a testament to the skill and cultural sophistication of the early neolithic civilisation who lived and celebrated life on the Armorican massif. Apparently, the stone weighs about 120...More
If you are in the area I would recommend a visit. The menhir is worth seeing although I wouldn't suggest making a special trip there from any distance away as there is literally the menhir and that's it! But still worth seeing.