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Birkrigg Stone Circle, Ulverston

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The Birkrigg stone circle (also known as the Druid's Temple or Druids' Circle) is a Bronze Age stone circle on Birkrigg Common, two miles south of Ulverston in the English county of Cumbria. It dates to between 1700 and 1400 BC.
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  • A valuable natural space .... for walking, running, exercising the dog etc. Limestone pavement in parts. 
    A valuable natural space .... for walking, running, exercising the dog etc. Limestone pavement in parts.  more »
  • Very close to Ulverston and other small villages, the Birkrigg Stone circle is a trekking possibility that can´t be missed. It dates to between 1700 and 1400 BC. 
    Very close to Ulverston and other small villages, the Birkrigg Stone circle is a trekking possibility that can´t be missed. It dates to between 1700 and 1400 BC.  more »
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  • Outstanding outlook across Morecambe Bay. Two concentric rings of stones, one set in the other.
  • Beautiful views and amazing circle worth a visit

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