David Nurse's Ancient Monuments Posts

This aincient burial site is in Pembrokeshire in South Wales. Dating from some 5000 years ago this Dolmen consists of four upright stones which appear to…

Tinkinswood burial chamber was constructed around 6000 years ago about 1000 years before Stonehenge. The structure would have originally been covered with earth…

Many ancient monuments have the name "Arthur's Stone, but this dolmen situated in the centre of the Gower peninsula in South Wales is mounted on top of what is…

Carreg Samson is another Dolmen in Wales. It is one of the most beautiful spots overlooking the sea, near the picturesque port of Abercastle. Its age is around…

King's Quiot is a megalithic dolmen situated about the beautiful Manorbier Bay in Pembrokeshire in South Wales. The dolmen is about 1 metre high and has a large…

This is the Parc Cwm Long Cairn (Welsh: Carn Hir Parc Cwm) but is better known as Parc Le Breos Burial Chamber ( Welsh: Siambr Gladdu Parc Le Breos). This is a…

This standing stone is situated in Brecon. As you approach Maen Llia, the megalith is in a large area of scrub and does not look so large but gets more and…

Built at around 4000bc the St. Lythans Dolmen is a large lonely structure near the Capital of Wales, Cardiff. Originally covered by an earthen mound around…

Pentre Ifan is a Bronze-Age megalithic site dating from at least 3500 B.C. It is probably the finest Welsh hilltop megalith and can be found in the county of…
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