Photographs of the Cairns of Clava
This is a view from behind the ring of standing stones.
This shows how the cairn has been uncovered, so you can walk into the middle of the chamber.
This is a English woman posing in front of one of the standing stones.
These are photographs of the Cairns of Clava.
Photographs courtesy of Jan Bily
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