Featured Row – Glengorm on the Isle of Mull

A spectacular row in a breath taking setting with a pair of closed sea triangles clearly visible to the north. The arrangement of stones is the result of historic interference, but excavations have demonstrated that they were originally set up in a line.  The row stands on a flat topped knoll and in common with most alignments appears to have been positioned to provide a series of visual links to landscape features at the limit of visibility. If you would like to see more, the article on this alignment can be found here.


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