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Corrimony Chambered Cairn
Cannich, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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Corrimony Chambered Cairn is a beautifully preserved burial cairn in a farm field near the hamlet of Corrimony, near Glen Urquhart, in the Scottish Highlands. The cairn is surrounded by a dozen standing stones, and the passage leading into the cairn can still be used. There are cup and ring marks on stones to the left of the passage.

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