Trethevy Quiot, Cornwall, England - known locally as the giant's house, it is a megalithic tomb consisting of five standing stones capped by a large slab. Megalith: a stone of great size, especially in ancient construction.
Trethevy Quoit - between St Cleer and Darite in Cornwall, England; it stands 9 feet high and consists of 5 standing stones capped by a large slab which has a natural hole; the back of the chamber has collapsed inwards; known locally as the 'giant's house'
La Roche aux Fées est une allée couverte, d'une longueur de 19,5 mètres.
WATER MUSIC STONE, Cornwall: 'This quartz stone stands nearly 12 feet tall. It stands in a field adjoining a caravan and campsite near the village of Rumford, Padstow, in an area dotted with Bronze Age barrows.