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The North east Passage Grave, Clava
Dating from some 2,500 B.C. it would originally have been around 3m high with a covered chamber in the centre created by overlapping stones.  After a period of use the chamber was closed and the cairn was surounded by a ring of standing stones, the highest towards the entrance and where the winter sun rises.
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The North east Passage Grave, Clava

Dating from some 2,500 B.C. it would originally have been around 3m high with a covered chamber in the centre created by overlapping stones. After a period of use the chamber was closed and the cairn was surounded by a ring of standing stones, the highest towards the entrance and where the winter sun rises.

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