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The North end of the Long Cairn, Camster

A view of one end of the Long Cairn at Camster, the grassed platform is said to be for "ritual" purposes, that generally means they don't know its purpose since there are no written records from the time it was built 5,000 years ago. Map location.

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Date added:May 18, 2019
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