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The Kilmartin Stones, Kilmartin Churchyard

Kilmartin Churchyard has the largest collection of medieval carved slabs in the west Highlands. They date from the 14th and 15th century, there are more under cover and they are all free to view all year round. In the distance one of the many pre-historic burial cairns of the area can be seen

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