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Scottish history video - The Recumbent Stone Circles of North East Scotland

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The Recumbent Stone Circles of North East Scotland explores many of the issues around the construction and use of these bronze age monuments.

Produced by Dip In Video, the film serves as a useful Stone Circle Trail for visitors to Aberdeenshire and includes visits to a number of venues including the circles of Tomnaverie, Easter Auquorthies, Midmar Kirk, Sunhoney and others.





Discover the story behind the video - read an interview with the film-makers.
 

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