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Bretagne still has thousands of megaliths. The biggest concentration is situated in the area called 'Morbihan' (Example Carnac).
Megaliths in Morbihan
Very special is the "Gavrinis Cairn" (+- 3500
B.C.), on an isle in the Morbihan Gulf. This tomb is decorated with beautiful
Naer Redon the megaliths of Saint-Just are a very interesting site.
North- and West-Bretagne
The "cairn du Barnenez" (north coast) is one of the world's oldest monuments (+- 4500 B.C.). Barnenez was used as burial place during 2500 year!
Naer Brest, in Plouarzel, de highest (still standing) megalith:
the "menhir de Kerloas", 11-metres high.
On the peninsula of Crozon, in the west, are situated the alignment of Lagatjar, near the most beautiful cliffs in Bretagne (Penhir).
In Bretagne's east, near Janzé, stands the imposing 'Roche-aux-Fées', de biggest dolmen in Bretagne.
This imposing 20-meters large masterpiece, 4000 a 4500 B.C., doesn't look as big on pictures as in reality...