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Review of Nine Ladies Stone Circle, Matlock


Nice setting

Not a lot to see, limited parking

...The Nine Ladies is one of several ancient stone circles in the Peak District National Park. Located on Stanton Moor high above the Derbyshire town of Matlock it isn't the easiest place to find and don't expect to see any tourist signs pointing the way, but it is marked on the Ordnance Survey map. Once you find the footpath that leads to the stones you'll also have a bit of a battle to find...

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Review of Arbor Low Stone Circle, Derbyshire


Historically significant

No facilities - it is in a farmer's field

...VISIT? The name Arbor Low is apparently derived from ?Eorthburg Hlaw?, which means ?earthwork mound?. This is the most important prehistoric site of the East Midlands and is a Neolithic henge monument but very much less obvious than the famous one in Wiltshire for the average visitor. It is set high on a mound in the Derbyshire high peak moorland. What you see when visiting is a circle of limestone...

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Review of Castlerigg Stone Circle-Keswick Cumbria


Lots of history, free to visit, lovely setting

Very popular with tourists

...Castlerigg Stone Circle lies just to the east of the popular town of Keswick right in the heart of the Lake District National Park. As far as prehistoric stone circles go it is certainly very interesting but I'm sure that it is its close proximity to Keswick and the main A591 road that makes it the most visited stone circle in Northern England. I have visited many different examples of stone...

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