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Prehistoric and Dark Age sites in Cornwall

Cornwall, because it was so sparsely populated, has retained a plethora of highly interesting prehistoric sites.

Prehistoric sites in Cornwall covered on this site:-

Ballowall Barrow Bant's Carn Bodrifty Iron
Age Village
Boscawen Un
Carn Beacon Barrow Carn Brea Carn Euny Castle an Dinas
Castle Dore Castle Killbury Chun Castle Chun Quoit
Chysauster Iron
Age Village
Stone Circle

Dupath Holy Well Giant's Quoit
Halangy Down
Ancient Village
Halliggye Fogou Holy Wells of
Holywell Bay
The Hurlers
Innisidgen Burial
King Arthur's Hall King Doniert's
Lanyon Quoit
Madron Holy Well Men an Tol Merry Maidens Nornour
Ancient Village
Nine Maidens, Boskednan Obadiah's Barrow Old Man of Gugh Pendeen Fogou
Piskey's Hall Porthellick Down
Burial Chamber
Rillaton Barrow Rocky Valley
Rough Tor
Mesolithic Enclosure
Sancreed Holy Well St.Breock
Downs Monolith
St Keyne Holy Well
St. Piran's Round Stannon
Stone Circle
Stowe's Pound Tregiffian Burial Chamber
Trereen Dinas Treryn Dinas Trethevy Quoit Trevelgue Head
Cliff Castle
Trippet Stones Tristan Stone Zennor Quoit

External Links

Prehistoric Sites in Cumbria

Prehistoric Sites in Snowdonia

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