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Stone Circles and Rows on Map Sheet M

GMove to map G
LMove to map L Click on a site for more information NMove to map N
RMove to map R

red-www link, green-no link, circle-stone circle, square-stone row, triangle-group site

Move the mouse over a point on the map to see the Stone Circle's name and map reference in the status bar.

The Map sheet M covers a 100 km2 area which includes the following stone circles and rows:

Cong Stone Circle at map reference M163553.

Inishowen Stone Circle at map reference M128615.

Masonbrook Stone Circle at map reference M658147.

The name and map reference of the megaliths appear in the status bar when the mouse pointer is placed over a point on the map above.

In each map reference, the letters M refer to the 100 km2 sheet shown above. The next three numbers are the distance across from the left edge (0 to 999) and the final three numbers are the distance up from the bottom edge, (0 to 999).

A point on the map in red has further details on another web site, a point in green does not

Circles on the map represent stone circles, squares represent single or multiple stone rows or avenues, triangles represent group sites with two or more megalithic sites close together.

The list of stone circles and rows included in this resource is now available for browsing alphabetically.

Any stone circle or row indicated on the above map has further details given on a separate page here at the Megalith Map. Circles and rows indicated by a www tag, have links to websites elsewhere on the internet containing more text and/or images. Tell us about a stone circle or row not included on the above map by dropping us a line, and helping us to make this resource better for all who use it.

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