Machrie Moor (Ayrshire)

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    Machrie Moor is an ancient site of no less than six Bronze Age stone circles near the village of Machrie on the Isle of Arran in western Scotland.

    The most well-known Neolithic structures are the Standing Stones, which date back to 2,500 years ago. Machrie is also where you can find the Kings Cave which Robert the Bruce was supposed to have used.

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