List of stone circles
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- 1 Ireland
- 2 Israel and The Golan Heights
- 3 Poland
- 4 United Kingdom
- 5 See also
- 6 References
|Ardgroom SW – Known locally as "Canfea", located southwest of the village of Ardgroom on the Beara peninsula.
Main article: Ardgroom
|Carrigagulla – About 18 stones located to the north of the village of Ballinagree.
Main article: Carrigagulla
|Drombeg stone circle – Located west of Rosscarbery.
Main article: Drombeg stone circle
|Knocknakilla – Located between Macroom and Millstreet.
Main article: Knocknakilla
|Glantane east – Located between Macroom and Millstreet.
Main article: Glantane east
|Templebryan Stone Circle – Located between Bandon and Millstreet.
Main article: Templebryan Stone Circle
Israel and The Golan Heights
|Atlit Yam (6300-7000 BCE: oldest known in the world, as of 2014) – Located south of Haifa.
Main article: Atlit-Yam
|Gilgal Refaim (4~3000 BCE) – Located northeast of Lake Kinneret.
Main article: Gilgal Refaim
|Odry – Odry in Poland.|
|Boscawen-Un – Stone circle with a leaning pillar in its interior.
Main article: Boscawen-Un
|The Hurlers are a group of three stone circles on Bodmin Moor.
Main article: The Hurlers (stone circles)
|The Merry Maidens – near St Buryan in West Penwith.
Main article: The Merry Maidens
|Tregeseal East – also known as the Tregeseal Dancing Stones, near St Just in West Penwith.
Main article: Tregeseal East stone circle
|Swinside – A near perfect circle located in Lollage Lake District.
Main article: Swinside
|Castlerigg – A 33m diameter ring consisting of 38 stones.
Main article: Castlerigg stone circle
|Long Meg – Around 51 stones set in an oval shape measuring 100 m on its long axis.
Main article: Long Meg and Her Daughters
|Arbor Low – near Youlgreave in Derbyshire.
Main article: Arbor Low
|Doll Tor – near Birchover in Derbyshire.
Main article: Doll Tor
|Nine Ladies – Nine stones located on Stanton Moor.
Main article: Nine Ladies
|Kingston Russell – An 18 stone Bronze age circle near Abbotsbury.|
|The Nine Stones – A small nine stone circle near Winterbourne Abbas.
Main article: Nine Stones of Winterbourne Abbas
|Mitchell's Fold – A 30 stone ring (15 still standing).
Main article: Mitchell's Fold
|Stanton Drew – One of three circles located near the village of Stanton Drew.
Main article: Stanton Drew stone circles
|Rollright Stones – The "King's Men" are found near the village of Long Compton.
Main article: Rollright Stones
|Avebury – A large stone circle surround the village of Avebury.
Main article: Avebury
|Stonehenge – A World Heritage site.
Main article: Stonehenge
|Cullerlie Stone Circle near Echt, Aberdeenshire.|
|Easter Aquhorthies Recumbent Stone Circle, near Inverurie, Aberdeenshire.|
|Loanhead of Daviot Recumbent Stone Circle, Aberdeenshire.|
|Tomnaverie Recumbent Stone Circle, Aberdeenshire.|
Blue cairn circle, Aberdeenshire.
Dumfries and Galloway
|Twelve Apostles Stone Circle, situated between Holywood and Newbridge, near Dumfries.|
|Ring of Brodgar – A 60 stone ring (27 still standing).
Main article: Ring of Brodgar
|Stanes of Stenness, Orkney
Main article: Standing Stones of Stenness
|Callinish Island of Lewis.
Main article: Callanish Stones
|Callinish II Island of Lewis, a smaller stone circle.
Main article: Callanish_II
|Callinish III Island of Lewis, a smaller stone circle.
Main article: Callanish_III
|Callinish IV Island of Lewis, a smaller stone circle.
Main article: Callanish_IV
|Callinish VIII Island of Lewis, a smaller stone semicircle.
Main article: Callanish_VIII
|Moel Tŷ Ucha Llandrillo, Denbighshire.
Main article: Moel Tŷ Uchaf
|Bryn Cader Faner, Gwynedd
Main article: Bryn Cader Faner
|Bryn Gwyn, Anglesey|
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