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Nether Largie Standing stones, Kilmartin Glen

The southern most standing stones at Nether Largie. The stones are thought to date from 4000-5000BC. Kilmartin Glen has more prehistoric sites than you can shake a stick at, many of them are easily reached a short distance from the road. Nether Largie is on private land but has a purpose built car park nearby for visitors to access it.

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