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Duddo Stone Circle : Stock Photo
Duddo Standing stones- a group of 5 neolithic sandstone blocks form a circle in the open countryside of Northumberland. Thought to be used over countless centuries as sites of ritualistic sacrifices.

Duddo Stone Circle

Credit: Photography By Trevor Weddell
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Duddo Standing stones- a group of 5 neolithic sandstone blocks form a circle in the open countryside of Northumberland. Thought to be used over countless centuries as sites of ritualistic sacrifices.
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