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Stock photo ID:180708207
Upload date:September 13, 2013

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'This is the entrance to the Braaid Neolithic stone hut circles a celtic monument on the Isle of ManTaken on a bright sunny evening, Where luckily passing clouds appear to mirror the shape of the circle in the sky.Believed to have began a stone circle site. Later becoming a Norse farmstead. The site consisted of a Celtic stone roundhouse and two rectangular constructs of Norse origins, believed to be from Iron Age, with the earlier Neolithical or Bronze Age periods for the stone circle site not ruled out'
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