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Man-an-Tol, Cornwall, England

Neolithic Structures in the British Isles

Man-an-Tol, Cornwall, England

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Consisting of three granites stones, including a central stone with its center hollowed out, Man-an-Tol was possibly part of an ancient calendar or served as the entrance to a tomb. Today, local legend holds that passing through the hole in the center stone can cure diseases and increase fertility.

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