St Breock Downs Monolith
BURLAWN, CORNWALL & ISLES OF SCILLY
This, Cornwall’s largest and heaviest standing stone, is on the summit of St Breock Downs with fabulous views to the sea. It was originally 16 feet tall, weighs nearly 18 tonnes and dates from the Late Neolithic to mid-Bronze Age (around 2500–1500 bc). There are many other Bronze Age relics and monuments in the nearby area.
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