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Callanish Standing Stones (Isle of Lewis)
The Callanish Standing Stones (The Galic name is Calanais) are situated on the on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides.

This is a magical place that I find truly inspirational.
Dating back over 4000 years and pre-dating The Pyramids, the Callanish stones rank second in terms of importance only to Stonehenge and are older.
These silvery stones are made of Lewisian gneiss and stand on a small hill called 'Cnoc an Tursa' - 'Hill of Sorrow'.

To find out more about the Callanish Standing Stones
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