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Sueno's Stone, Forres

This is the largest Pictish style Cross-slab stone of its type in Scotland. It stands 6.5m high. It is thought to date from around 650 to 950 AD. The entire stone is now encased in a glass enclosure to protect it from the weather so its difficult to get a good photograph without seeing the glass panels.

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