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Achnabreck Stone Carvings

This site is a few miles north of Lochgilphead on a patch of exposed bedrock. It is part of the most extensive prehistoric rock carvings in Scotland. The site is managed by Historic Scotland and is easily access by footpath from a large car park area.

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