A much worn carved stone, or Pictish cross-slab, possibly of 9th-century date. What we see today is only a fragment of the original stone, decorated with faded carvings. Historic Scotland, who look after Dogton Stone, describe it as a free-standing cross, but that interpretation is somewhat open to debate. A922, Kinglassie, Fife, Scotland
Attraction Type: Prehistoric - Early Christian Cross Heritage Rating:?
A trio of striking standing stones dating to the Bronze Age is all that remains of four stones reaching about 5 metres in height (about 17 feet high). As is common with stone circles, there are many theories as to who erected them, and for what purpose. Lundin Links, Fife, Scotland