Neolithic Sites in Western Europe
Images and Ritual Meanings

Long Meg Standing Stone, near Penrith, North England

This photo of Long Meg was taken near Sunset on June 22, 2000. If one looks carefully, one can see a purple ribbon tied around the stone about one third up from the bottom. There is also a flower offering at the base of the stone. Long Meg stands outside the sixth largest stone circle in Britain. It is a popular site for Pagan practice.

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