Kermario standing stones, large megaliths in a fan arrangement, with 1029 menhirs in 10 alignments, about 1,300m long, near the village of Carnac, Morbihan, Brittany, France. One 3m high menhir forms part of the Manio tertre tumulus. The Carnac stones were erected in the Neolithic period by pre-Celtic breton peoples. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Kermario standing stones, large megaliths in a fan arrangement, with 1029 menhirs in 10 alignments, about 1,300m long, near the village of Carnac, Morbihan, Brittany, France. One 3m high menhir forms part of the Manio tertre tumulus. The Carnac stones were erected in the Neolithic period by pre-Celtic breton peoples. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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