Clava Cairn in winter near Nairn, Scotland
Not far from the battlefield of Culloden are late Stone Age and early Bronze Age cairns surrounded by rings of tall standing stones. The Clava Cairns date from 1800 to 1500 BC and are believed to be of special religious significance.
These are part of a group of some 45 very distinctive cairns in northern Inverness-shire, all called Clava Cairns after the location where they were first studied.
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