Photographs of the Stones of Carnac
This photo shows part of the stone rows in Carnac.
Another photo showing the rows and rows of stones...
This is a photo showing a Dolmen structure in Carnac.
This is Carnac standing stone that reaches over 4 meters high!
These are photographs of the Stones of Carnac.
Photographs courtesy of Jan Bily
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