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Kintraw Standing Stone

This single stone and associated Cairns stand on a hill with impressive views over Loch Craignish. The stone is thought to have had some astronomical significance but it fell over in the winter of 1978/9 and is now embedded in a concrete plinth on a different alignment.

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