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The Shandwick Pictish Stone, Easter Ross

Known as Clach a'Charridh it stands in its original position overlooking the village of Shandwick. It stands 2.7m high and the face you see here has a prominent cross formed of produding Bosses. The stone blew down and broke in half in 1846 but has now been restored and encased in glass to protect it. Map location.

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