Men-an-tol, neolithic stone hoop in Cornwall

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Men-an-tol, neolithic stone hoop near Lanyon Quoit in Cornwall. Locally called crickstone and believed to be a cure for rheumatism. Two uprights and crickstone are in line, east to west, suggesting sun worship. Crawl through three times!

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