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Website inspired by the book by Julian Cope. Probably the most comprehensive listing of megalithic sites on the internet. Features a fantastic megalithic map of the UK, along with user-submitted photos and field notes. Highly recommended!
Featuring extensive links to web sites relating to megaliths and stone circles.
Another directory of megalithic sites in the UK. Not quite on a par with The Modern Antiquarian, but still pretty good.
Excellent resource for information on megalithic sites. Unusual in that it also covers other European countries. Informative and stylish.
Superb resource for those interested in ancient Irish sites.
The sublime photography of Ken Williams. Inspirational.
Featuring some striking medium format black and white images of ancient British sites.
Philip Tonkyn's photography of sacred landscapes.
Website featuring an extensive database of British castles. Has a map that breaks down by region for easy reference. Plenty of photos and useful info such as entrance times etc.
Legends, myths, folklore and the paranormal. Lots of good background information covering a huge quantity of historic sites.
Useful and informative site that describes itself as a database of all things castle related.
Diverse, eclectic site, featuring everything from Roman forts to Victorian piers. Well worth a look.
Comprehensive and informative guide to British tourist attractions, including a huge number of historic sites. Highly recommended.
A website dedicated to the preservation of ancient monuments and landscapes, currently focused on the campaign to save the Thornborough henges.
Another nice megalithic page, this one featuring some stuff on Carnac.
Intersting site documenting stone circles, standing stones, henges, hillforts and burial chambers - with the odd Roman site thrown in for good measure.
Website documenting Ireland's historic sites. An incredibly useful resource.
Megalithic website with an irreverent northern slant.
Resource detailing National Trust properties.
Resource detailing English Heritage properties.
Resource detailing historic Welsh sites in the care of CADW.
Resource detailing historic Scottish sites in the care of Historic Scotland.
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