'Most wondrous of the megalithic remains in the world are the alinements near Carnac. At Kerlescan the menhirs stand in 13 rows', c1920. The Carnac Stones are a complex of megalithic sites by the village of Carnac, Brittany. The Kerlescan alignments are a particular group of stones composed by 13 lines. From Geographical Magazine, Volume 2, c1920.
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