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Golitha Falls, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. This is my thinking place when I have a lot on my mind. Beautiful.

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Hurlers Stone Circles

Located in the scenic landscape of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, the Hurlers date from about 1500 BC. They consist of three stone circles in a row and are named for a medieval legend that they are men turned to stone for hurling (a Celtic game) on Sunday.

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Celtic Tribes in Britain and Ireland Celtic Britain was dominated by a number of tribes, each with their own well-defined territory. It is thanks to Roman chroniclers, such as Strabo, Julius Caesar, and Diodorus, that the names of individual tribes are known to us today, albeit in Romanized form

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Dialect Tea Towel

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Leanach Cottage, Culloden Scotland - Culloden is a must stop when in Inverness! Read up about the battle that took place there, and you will appreciate the feeling you get while walking around the battlefield.

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Holidays in Wales: The top 20 best places for a Welsh getaway revealed

We're heading to the Brecon Beacons at the end of the month, to conquer Pen-y-Fan! #myhappytravels @whitestuff

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Dunure Castle and Labyrinth on Ayrshire coast, Scotland. According to Irish and English ancient legends the fairies danced on labyrinth spirals in the moonlight; in accordance to Norwegian popular beliefs stone rows made by ice-giants; by Swedish tales labyrinths mark the enters into underground palaces. Most of modern researches consider labyrinths as religious structures.

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Grey Mare's Tail

Wow - the breathtaking Grey Mare's Tail, Moffat, Scotland. A great place to hike with wonderful views - just look at that waterfall!

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Stunning view of the North Welsh Coast near Aberdaron.

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